Mountaineers Books Hiker Trash: Notes, Sketches, and Other Detritus from the Appalachian Trail
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An ode to the oldest long-distance trail in the country—and to the community that keeps it thriving, Hiker Trash is for anyone who has hiked the Appalachian Trail, plans to or knows someone who has.
- Features a collection of original illustrations by author and artist Sarah Kaizar, as well as color photos and excerpts from the Appalachian Trail's famed shelter log books
- Sarah Kaizar is an artist, illustrator and web and graphic designer living in Philadelphia
- Fellow AT thru-hiker and professional photographer Nicholas Reichard's images provide another layer of perspective and community
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Kaizar thru-hiked the AT in 2015, a six-month, 2,200-mile journey through 14 states during which she had plenty of time to reflect and heal following the death of her father. Intricate and arresting, her drawings are created in pen-and-ink with colorful acrylic washes; they capture the character of the trail and its shelters as well as the hikers who find respite under the roofs and in the log pages. Fellow AT thru-hiker and professional photographer Nicholas Reichard's images provide another layer of perspective and community.
10 x 8 inches
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