Beginning in the Peach State and winding 2,180 miles, the Appalachian Trail has hosted an exhaustive list of hikers from bright-eyed college graduates to retired outdoor enthusiasts to acclaimed writer Bill Bryson.
His novel, A Walk in the Woods, was adapted into a film starring Robert Redford and premiered at Sundance earlier this year. Now, the film is making its Atlanta debut.
The Appalachian Trail Conservancy and AWARE Wildlife Center are hosting a free preview screening of A Walk in the Woods at Midtown Art Cinema August 20. Register for tickets as space is limited and seats are first-come, first-serve.