Richmond, Virginia (PRWEB) June 27, 2013
"The Appalachian Trail Project" consists of collecting 360 degree, panoramic views of the entire Appalachian Trail, allowing terrain360.com users the ultimate guide to the A.T. Details such as elevation, distance and different cross points give hikers the tools they need to be fully prepared for their time on the trails.
Ross Milby, along with other Terrain360 team members, has set out to capture over 2,000 miles of the Appalachian Trail. So far, they have about 400 miles of the A.T. available on the website with more mileage being added each week. Visit our Facebook page for up to date news on the A.T. project.
Terrain360.com’s main goal is to encourage hiking experts and beginners alike to get outside and experience the beauty of the outdoors.
With over 1,650 total miles of trails captured, 400 miles belonging to the A.T., Ross and his team still have a long way to go but you know what they say, "If you love what you do you never have to work a day in your life."
"I love hiking because you're cut off from the comfort of civilization with only what you brought. I pack extremely light on every trip, exhausting all disposable resources. I love the feel of an empty pack at the end of a trip knowing that every item I brought was used for a specific purpose in order to get me to my destination," Ross Milby, co-owner of Terrain360.com.
Terrain360 hopes to share its passion for the outdoors with everyone that visits the website. Log onto our Facebook page and you can follow the team’s progress throughout their hikes. You can see photographs taken along the way and cheer them on. We would love to hear from you.
Join the Terrain360 movement and get outside!