Two years after a Tennessee woman disappeared on the Appalachian Trail in Franklin County, Maine game wardens say they’ll continue searching for her in areas that haven’t been subject to ground searches.

Wednesday marks the two-year anniversary of the last time that Geraldine Largay, who was 66 and went by the nickname “Inchworm,” was seen on the trail at the Poplar Ridge lean-to on the trail in Redington Township while trying to hike from West Virginia to Baxter State Park. She hasn’t been found, and the hunt has puzzled searchers and attracted national news media attention.

Cpl. John MacDonald, of the Maine Warden Service, said in a Tuesday news release that the agency is planning future search efforts that include areas that haven’t yet been covered by ground searches and that a $25,000 reward is still available for anyone providing information leading to Largay.

“There have been no clues found to date that can be attributed to Largay in any of the searches that have taken place,” the news release says.

After her disappearance, searches were concentrated on a 24-mile stretch of the trail from Poplar Ridge to the crossing of Route 27 in Wyman Township, where Largay had planned to meet up with her husband, George Largay. Wardens renewed a search effort in September, but MacDonald said no clues have been found in the searches so far. MacDonald said Largay’s family is in regular contact with investigators and has been updated on searches and leads in her case.

Anyone with information about her or other people in the area of the Poplar lean-to or Oberton Stream on the Appalachian Trail in July 2013 is asked to call the warden service at 624-7076.