May 17th 2012 - Written by: Kelsy

Osprey Packs Celebrates Appalachian Trail Days 2012 May 18 to 20 in Damascus, VA

“Sign on the Appalachian Trail Outside of Damascus, VA” Photo credit: appalachianwoman.com

Appalachian Trail Days 2012 kicks off tomorrow in Damascus, VA and Osprey is ready to once again take care of thru hikers and their packs with care. There is something for everyone going on this weekend in the one town where main street and the Appalachian Trail (AT) are one in the same and a veritable slice of Americana can be tasted by all in this annual celebration of the AT.

We are set up in Tent City on the outskirts of Damascus proper through Saturday providing free pack repairs for all thru hikers inThe Osprey Booth gets off to a Rockin' Start at Trail Days 2012 need. The experts at Osprey are on site providing free pack sizings and fittings, answering questions and providing trail-tested advice. We have great daily giveaways, in booth custom molding of all Osprey CM hipbelts and all manner of fun Trail Days happenings planned so swing by and say hello, even if your pack doesn’t need a free repair. In addition, every Osprey Pack is on sale at the local Damascus retailer Mount Roger’s Outfitters for an incredible 20% off in celebration of Trail Days!

We are here for the weekend and hope to see you in Damascus! Trail Days is something to experience, uniting past, present and future thru hikers and outdoor enthusiasts all coming together in a fantastic celebration of the Appalachian Trail.

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3 thoughts on “Osprey Packs Celebrates Appalachian Trail Days 2012 May 18 to 20 in Damascus, VA”

  1. Hey Osprey,

    Just wanted to reach out to you guys in the office and thank your Damascus Trail Days Crew properly. Jason, Sam, and Otis were not only able to help me out with customer service and repairing/modifying my Atmos 65, they were just all around good guys. My wife Divining Rod and I had a great time talking gear and joking with your team. And now I can never get rid of my Atmos – custom mod from the gear repair guru Otis. I’m going to make a patch for it. Seriously.

    Hope your field team had as good of a time as we did in Damascus.

    Many thanks from an Osprey fan,

    Jason “MAPS” Lopez

  2. Hello, you are using my photograph without proper credit or permission which is illegal. Kindly do one of the following: 1) remove the photo from your blog, or simply add a comment giving credit to appalachianwoman.com.

    Thank you,

  3. Sara Murphy says:

    Hi Christine! Our sincere apologies — we’ve credited your fantastic photo. Thanks & apologies again. — Sara, Osprey Packs

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