100 miles of trail. No roads, no stores, just trail and a million beautiful Maine lakes and ponds. I don't have much to say about the 100 mile. We did it in 5 days unsupported, and got our first views of Katahdin in the distance from the summit of White Cap Mtn. I took very few pictures in the 100 because I was conserving battery power as much as possible. Katahdin drew closer each and every day, the mountain getting bigger on the horizon and providing us with some awesome views to keep us moving. If I hiked the wilderness again, I'd do it in 10 days and have a fly rod in my hand. I probably wouldnt get very far on this trail if I was hiking with my Tenkara rod.