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Amicalola Falls State Park (1705') visitor center, restrooms ... C,w
Max Epperson Shelter (1720') for thru-hikers only ................
w
left 200ft, get water at visitor center,
none|N7.2m
Amicalola Falls (2520') left 50ft at gate ........................................
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Amicalola Lodge Road (2560') right 300ft to lodge ................... R,L,M
Trail to Len Foote Hike Inn (2570') right 5m to inn .................... L,M
Stream (2560') footbridge ........................................................... w
USFS Road 46 (2585') steps on north side ................................... R
High Shoals Road (2760') ........................................................... R
Frosty Mtn (3384') spring right 0.2m, unreliable ......................... C,w?
Frosty Mtn Road, USFS Road 46 (2560') ..................................... R
Trail to Len Foote Hike Inn (3250') right 1m to inn .................... L,M
Woody Knob (3406') ..................................................................
w
Nimblewill Gap, USFS Road 28 (3100') ...................................... R
Spring (3220') off trail to left, unreliable ..................................... w?
Black Mtn (3605') .......................................................................
w
Black Gap Shelter (3410') ..................................................... w
left 300ft, spring 200yds across trail,
S7.2m|N1.7m
Springer Mtn (3782') plaque, sign, register ........................ terminus
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2,000-Miler Requirements--The designation "2,000 Miler" is earned by any person at
the instant he or she has completed hiking the entire Appalachian Trail, whether they
later choose to apply for recognition as such or not. The term is used as a matter of
tradition, recalling the original estimated length of the A.T., and for continuity, rather
than changing the designation with every reroute. Those who claim 2,000-miler status
should have hiked every mile of the A.T. between its termini, not just more than two-
thousand miles. Blue-blazed trails are acceptable substitutes for the official route only
in the event of an emergency, as when flooding makes a high-water route prudent or
severe storm conditions require using a bad-weather bypass. Alternate trails or roads
may be substituted only when a portion of the official route has been closed due to fire
or natural disaster which obliterates the Trail or puts the hiker in peril. No exceptions
are made for illness, injury, or personal factors and decisions that cause one to miss a
section of the official route. The 2,000-miler recognition system is based on personal
integrity, since each person is responsible for honestly reporting how and when he or
she has hiked the entire A.T. Equal recognition is given to thru-hikers and section hikers
alike. The sequence, direction, speed, or length of time in which the entire Trail is hiked
and whether one carries a pack are not germane. Is it necessary to be hiking every mile
of the A.T. to be considered a thru-hiker? No, but if you want to be recognized as a
2,000 Miler at the end of your hike, you should have hiked every mile.
The Approach Trail
Miles from Amicalola
Miles from Springer
Features / Services
4 The Thru-hiker's Handbook 2003
Travel to the Terminus--see the "Hiker Resources" section of our
Trailplace.com website for information about travel options to Amicalola
Falls State Park, Georgia, and the Springer Mountain terminus area,
and individuals or businesses providing shuttle services to either location

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