4 Gross (But Completely True) Appalachian Trail Facts
The following infographic details four gross, but entirely factual, elements associated with the Appalachian Trail. Feel free to print this out so you can educate others. Everyone loves facts.
4 Gross (but completely true) Appalachian Trail Facts
Farting – 55% of the total noise created by all Appalachian Trail thru-hikers is produced out their butts.
Chafing – Chafing is a matter of when, not if. Pile on the Vaseline to prevent your shady acres from looking like Freddy Krueger’s face.
Eating – Spilling food is common practice on the Appalachian Trail. Throwing food away, is not. Wipe that mud off your pepperoni and enjoy.
Pooping – The inside of a port-o-potty smells like a lavender factory compared to an Appalachian Trail privy. Pooping lasts longer than your ability to hold a single breath.
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