Recent News

It’s Earth Day and the 27th Anniversary of the IAT

On Earth Day, 27 years ago, Dick Anderson announced to the world his idea of “Thinking Beyond Borders” and developing an International Appalachian Trail. A lot has happened since then!
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It’s Maine IAT Membership Time!

The Maine IAT Annual Meeting is just a few weeks away and that means it’s time to renew you Maine IAT membership or become a member for the first time.
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A Visit With Nimblewill

Nick and Paula Pancoast, Dick Anderson’s stepson and daughter-in-law, are currently driving across the US. Their first stop was near Flagg Mountain, Alabama, so they took the opportunity to have a visit with Nimblewill Nomad.
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Mount Chase

Mount Chase is one of those spots that, while not quite located on the IAT, are definitely worth a visit.
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Looking Back on the IAT

Maine IAT President, Don Hudson recalls an early visit to what eventually became the IAT.
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Maine IAT – The Year in Review

Despite lock-downs, social-distancing, cancellations, and other disruptions the Maine IAT made the best of the a truly miserable 2020 and accomplished several significant tasks.
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