[Cdt-l] Trip notification/Shameless self promotion
jonathan at phlumf.com
Wed Dec 15 21:30:29 CST 2010
Nothing shameless about that... This is exactly what the list is for -
hearing more about crazy long trips involving the CDT. I think you make
a lot of us jealous :-) Be sure to post an update from time to time...
On 12/15/2010 12:17 PM, Benjamin Mayberry wrote:
> A few months from now I'll be heading out on a 4,250 mile thru-hike
> of what I'm calling the "AZT to GDT Route". It's a combination of
> four different long-distance hiking routes that runs from the
> U.S.-Mexico border at the Arizona Trail's southern terminus to deep in
> the Canadian Rockies at the northern terminus of the Great Divide
> Trail. Its largest section is along the Continental Divide Trail,
> which it follows for about 1,800 miles from southern Colorado to
> Waterton Lakes.
> I figure everyone on the CDT-l might be interested in seeing this
> since it is, as far as I know, a totally new route that incorporates
> the CDT. I've really enjoyed reading about hikers that find new ways
> to make use of hiking trails (i.e. not just hiking from end to end
> like everyone else - no offense intended to any thru-hikers) and hope
> that others will find my hike interesting for the same reason. There's
> lots of info on my hike at
> http://benmayberry.net/adventures/azt-to-gdt and I'll be posting
> updates there once I get started.
> If this doesn't interest you, I apologize for the spam. I've spent
> enough time on the PCT-l and CDT-l to see worse crimes committed than
> shameless self promotion, so I assumed this would be permissible.
> Happy holidays,
> Ben Mayberry
> Cdt-l mailing list
> Cdt-l at backcountry.net
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