Jim Schmid’s Trail Quote of the Day #926- April 26, 2018

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Sandra-Schmid-hiking-Cadillac-Trail-Tallahassee-FL-2008

A lot of hikers love maps; they love to carry maps, they love to look at their maps throughout the day, and they love to figure out the specific distances and elevations separating different points on the maps. I don’t particularly care for maps.

—JENNIFER PHARR DAVIS, Becoming Odyssa: Adventures on the Appalachian Trail, 2010


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Jim Schmid’s Trail Quote of the Day #802- Dec 23, 2017

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Sandra-Schmid-hiking-with-group-Rim-Hike-09-Cherokee Boundary-2015-10-17

Hiking is a hobby that meets you at every phase of life. If you’re searching for answers, look to the woods. If you want a challenge, then Mother Nature can—and will—provide one. If you desire community, the trail can foster deep bonds and uninterrupted conservations. And if you simply need a beautiful place to sit and be still, the wilderness is there for you.

—JENNIFER PHARR DAVIS, Hoof It. Our State – North Carolina, October, 2015


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Jim Schmid’s Trail Quote of the Day #328 – Sept 5, 2016

Sandra-Schmid-hiking-FNST-Big Cypress-Preserve-backpack-trip-2013

Sandra-Schmid-hiking-FNST-Big Cypress-Preserve-backpack-trip-2013

I took one step after another. My breathing fell into a rhythm, and after hiking a mile, all of the anxiety that I had experienced at the car vanished. I felt better than I had in weeks. I felt at home.

—JENNIFER PHARR DAVIS, Called Again: A Story of Love and Triumph, 2013


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Jim Schmid’s Trail Quote of the Day #280 – July 19, 2016

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Sandra-and-Jim-Schmid-hiking-at-Montreat-NC-1994

The only way to learn how to hike all day, every day, is to go into the woods and do just that.

—JENNIFER PHARR DAVIS, Becoming Odyssa: Adventures on the Appalachian Trail, 2010


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Jim Schmid’s Trail Quote of the Day #121 – February 11, 2016

Sandra-Schmid-hiking-at Tanque-Verde-Tucson-AZ-1992

Sandra-Schmid-hiking-at Tanque-Verde-Tucson-AZ-1992

Hiking is, by definition, simply walking in a natural setting. But in reality, it is far more than that. It is a time of preparation and renewal. And in my opinion, the more fast-paced and over-stimulated the world becomes, the more important it will be to take a walk in the woods.

—JENNIFER PHARR DAVIS, Called Again: A Story of Love and Triumph, 2013


Click to find over 2,000 additional Trail Quotes  arranged loosely into 60 subjects. I want the Trail Quotes to be a readable source for inspiring, challenging, and amusing information and knowledge; as well as a reliable, easy-to-use reference work for finding the precise wording, author, date, and source of the trail quotation.