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Ray Anderson

Ray Anderson

Ray Anderson began hiking in New Hampshire and has climbed all the 4,000-footers in New England. He's thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail, hiked all of the Pacific Crest Trail, and hiked parts of the Continental Divide Trail. When not hiking or writing, he spends his time with family and friends in Massachusetts and Florida.

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Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail

Ray Anderson, author of the novel Sierra, provides hiking tips for traveling the Pacific...

Start Reading Ray Anderson's Sierra

Start reading Ray Anderson's thrilling new novel (and newest addition to the AWOL series),...

The Pacific Crest Trail

Ray Anderson, author of the novel Sierra, describes the beauty of the Pacific Crest Trail.

The Triple Crown

Ray Anderson, author of the novel Sierra, offers a look at the three major U.S. hiking...

Did You See Any Bears?

When I finished my thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail, the question I was most often asked...

Hike Your Own Hike

Lots of things can go wrong on an extended hike, and you need to be careful of the whims,...

Readers aren't interested in boring heroes!

When I wrote The Trail, I needed first to populate it with characters. All along I had in...

Why the Appalachian Trail?

Many people have asked me why I wanted to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail. And why, once I...

Ray Anderson on his personal hike through the AT

One of the things I wrestled with as an author of a thriller was how to keep the...

Inspiration for Ray Anderson's "The Trail

I retired early to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail. It seems like only yesterday that I...

Exclusive Excerpt from "The Trail"

TEN DAYS AFTER SHELLEY SYVERSON of Bryson City, North Carolina, was reported missing, her...

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