[Cdt-l] Okay, trite question - Miles Per Day?

Dave and Cindy ihikeon at comcast.net
Sat Dec 12 21:00:26 CST 2009

Hey Joker,
Check out San Gabriel's Trailjournals.com CDT from this year.  He is a 
pretty fast hiker in my opinion and he had a pretty interesting hike.
Good Luck and have fun out there next year,
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Patrick Beggan" <meta474 at gmail.com>
To: <cdt-l at backcountry.net>
Sent: Saturday, December 12, 2009 6:47 PM
Subject: [Cdt-l] Okay, trite question - Miles Per Day?

>I know this has probably been done to death, but I'm looking on a miles per 
>day for the average CDT (that is to say, not the great basin, and not 
>glacier NP with snow, etc. -- the usual I could expect from the summer 
>months for the majority of the trail).
> I understand miles change with terrain (I've hiked the PCT twice) so I 
> know it's impossible to give an answer for 100% of the trail. I'm just 
> looking for something I can do math from.
> On the PCT I do 30s pretty solidly every day, 19-20s in the Sierras (with 
> an early june entry) with the occasional 40+ in there when I'm really 
> hungry and hauling. I finished in four months on the PCT, with 18 zeros.
> Anyway, any information from other fast-ish hikers would be appreciated. I 
> recognize the increased navigational difficulties on the CDT and that can 
> throw you for a loop, etc, etc.
> Joker
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