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I highly recommend this book to anyone, not just folks with an interest in hiking the trail.
I would recommend this book above many of the more known titles; each good in their own right, but 300 Zeroes is the gold standard.
Dennis Blanchard fuses humor and philosophy into a captivating story about his thru-hike on the Appalachian trail.
A very enjoyable book to read. He shared his hiking of the AT with lots of humor...well done, Dennis.Published 27 days ago by Tom Snyder
I have read many books about thru-hiking, Three Hundred Zeroes is one of my favorites. A well written and enjoyable read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jessica Fox
Easy and informative reading for anyone attempting the AT. It fills in the blanks of Bryson"s "Walk In The Woods". Read morePublished 2 months ago by james michael luckett
Very good read. The author has a very humorous writing style. I very much enjoyed this boo and recommend it highlyPublished 2 months ago by lonesome_day01
Wonderfully written personal take of the AT. Of all the numerous books I've read so far on hiking the AT, this one has inspired me the most. Read morePublished 2 months ago by James Robert Benveniste
Very much enjoyed the book . Amateur Radio and Hiking and QRP is the perfect set. I have read through hike books before but this was the best as it had Amateur Radio. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Terrance
Good writing, good stories, good humor, and -- last but absolutely not least -- good grammar and good editing! Thanks for sharing your journey, K1.Published 3 months ago by K. J. Gardner
Blanchard's account of his semi thru-hike over two years is a fun read which seems to aptly describe the physical, cultural and mental aspects of a thru-hike along this famous... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Idahomtman
Entertaining and interesting story that I enjoyed reading. One of many AT thru hike stories I have read and one of the top.Published 3 months ago by Tom Britton