Links

ASU Outdoor Programs Office

A great supporter of our club, the Outdoor Programs Base Camp is located just inside the Student Recreation Center. Stop by to sign up for a trip, rent gear, check into the climbing wall, or chat with their staff about outdoor adventure opportunities.

Footsloggers Outdoor & Travel Outfitters - Boone

Another great supporter of our club; check them out! Since July of 1971, Footsloggers has served the outdoor community. By focusing on items that we would purchase for ourselves, we have a selection of quality goods that offers great value and a long life of use. We offer clothing and gear that will keep you comfortable in any season, for any adventure. Our product buyers work on the sales floor daily; this is an important note, as we feel that there is no better way to serve our loyal customers and stay in tune to their needs.

Regear

Regear is a local outdoor gear consignment shop that is also a strong supporter of our club. They have a variety of used gear and new old stock items for sale. A portion of their profits are donated to various non-profits to encourage environmental stewardship, responsibility, and education.

Appalachian Trail Conservancy

They are a "volunteer-based, private nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of the 2,175-mile Appalachian National Scenic Trail, a 250,000-acre greenway extending from Maine to Georgia." Formerly known as the "Appalachian Trail Conference," they are an 80 year old organization that works with the National Park Service Appalachian Trail Park Office, 30 maintaining clubs and multiple other partners in maintaining the Appalachian Trail.

ASU's Recreation Management Program

Another great supporter of the club. Indeed a number of members of the club have and continue to major or minor in Recreation Management at the university. Looking for an opportunity to make your living in and about the outdoors then check out the recreation management program.

White Blaze.Net
"A Community of Appalachian Trail Enthusiasts." This site contains numerous forums concerning hiking and the Appalachian Trail. Great resource, especially if you're considering a thru-hike.

Tennessee Eastman Hiking and Canoeing Club
We often work collaboratively with Tennessee Eastman in maintaining their section of the Appalachian Trail. They provide us with tools, instruction, and fellow trail maintainers, and we all go out and give back to the community by maintaining or building new trail.

Mountains to Sea Trail
This trail is going to be awesome once it's completed. In the fall of 2005, ASU Trail Crew joined a Mountains to Sea maintenance crew to help build brand new trail.

Mast General Store in Boone
The Mast General Store in Boone has been very supportive of our club and you should check them out.