Hiker Support

The Hiker Support portion of Appalachian Services was established in 2001.  Our primary service area is from the Atlanta, GA airport (ATL) to Damascus, VA, however our full range of service is from Jacksonville and/or Daytona Beach, FL to Harper’s Ferry, WV.  We also provide service to/from other locations of equal distance (approximately 575 miles) from the Cherokee, NC entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

We provide a wide range of support options to hikers such as shuttles to/from major airports or bus/train stations, re-supply at major road crossings, and vehicle relocations designed to allow you to hike both away from, and toward, your vehicle.  The vehicle relocations are especially useful for groups of 5 or more such as hiking clubs, church groups, or college/university outings.

Rate quotes are free for the asking.  For an accurate quote please provide us with the planned start and end points, the approximate date(s) our services would be needed, the number of hikers in your group, and the type of service(s) you are interested in.  We will also help you decide where to hike and/or assist in planning your hike if you are new to backpacking.

For more information or to schedule a hiker shuttle please contact us by clicking on the convenient “Contact Us” link at the top of this page.  When emailing please mention something about hiker support in the subject line so our spam filter does not send your inquiry to the “junk mail” box.

Thanks for your interest in our services.

Happy Hiking!  :)

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