The Appalachian Trail In Virginia Was Named One Of The Scariest Haunted Hikes In The U.S.

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You’ve probably heard of the Appalachian Trail. It’s a 2,000-mile thru-trek that winds up and down the Appalachian Mountain range connecting Springer Mountain in Georgia to Maine’s Mount Katahdin. Virginia holds the most miles of the entire trail — approximately 500 of them. And while the Appalachian Trail is famous for its striking beauty, ancient forested surroundings, and friendly communities it passes, it’s also holding another secret: it’s an allegedly haunted trail in Virginia. Continue reading to learn more about what makes this trek so undeniably spooky.

Have you hiked the Appalachian Trail recently? Do you agree that it’s a truly haunted trail in Virginia? Feel free to share your thoughts and experiences with us in the comments – we would love to hear from you!

Address: Appalachian National Scenic Trail, Virginia, USA





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