A Walk in the Woods - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Bill Bryson
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Chapter 3 Summary

Bryson and Katz discover that one of the hardest things about the Appalachian Trail is often getting onto it. Trailheads often start several miles from a major highway, and this is the case with Springer Mountain. They will have to hike seven miles to it from Amicalola Falls State Park, which is also remote. Fortunately, they meet a man named, Wes Wisson, who agrees to take them to Amicalola Falls for a fee. On the drive he tells them about some of the people he has driven to and from the trailhead, many of whom quit the trail after just a few days.

They spend the night at the Amicalola Falls Lodge and wake to a morning temperature of 11?. At breakfast Katz flirts with a homely waitress named Rayette and tries to talk Bryson into staying at the lodge another night. Bryson insists...

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