[Cdt-l] Combined AT, PCT and CDT profiles (Sly)

Sly hikertrash at gmail.com
Sun Mar 1 16:23:38 CST 2009


I suppose that's possible.  I forgot how I did it at the time.  Most 
likely added up all points between resupply.  Whatever it was, 
apparently it wasn't long enough.  I keep going back!

Sly




Jim and/or Ginny Owen wrote:
> Sly -
> If you do that, I figure it at about 2600 miles or less.  See:
> http://spiriteaglehome.com/cdt06%20miles.html 
>  
> I think each of the cutoffs bypasses about 100 miles of trail. 
> But then, I've seen a few hikers claim 3000 miles, too. 
>  
> Jim
>
> http://www.spiriteaglehome.com/
>
>
>  
> > Date: Sun, 1 Mar 2009 15:08:30 -0500
> > From: hikertrash at gmail.com
> > CC: cdt-l at backcountry.net
> > Subject: Re: [Cdt-l] Combined AT, PCT and CDT profiles (Sly)
> >
> > I guess it depends on which route and how many cut offs you take. I
> > think I figure about 2700 miles taking the Anaconda cut off and not
> > doing the Rocky Mountain NP loop.
> >
> > Sly
> >
> >
> > Jim Eagleton wrote:
> > > Wow, 2816 miles. I wonder what is the average length of a cdt thru
> > > hike?
> > > Rambler
> > >
> > http://tinyurl.com/amk8fn
> >
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