[Cdt-l] How to get to start for SOBO?

Ron Dobra ghsron at gmail.com
Wed Jun 2 09:02:14 CDT 2010

Jack...I agree. The eastbound train comes in before the daily shuttle,
but I was very lucky to get a space as they fill up...the "hiker
motel" (can't remember the name; re:Yogi) is a good place to stay if
you have to wait. I suggest trucking up to Waterton for the
start...good campground in town and a great walk down the lake. I'll
be starting my last section in Lima, MT on June 30th, so maybe if you
boogie and I mosey you'll catch up by the time I'm off in
Silverthorne, CO. Say hi to Rachel.
zen quake
greenville, maine

On 6/1/10, Jack Richardson <jackrichardson at roadrunner.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
>  Confidence about a CDT sobo is building every day. My blisters from
>  the aborted nobo in April are healed but I need to get into shape.
>  One question is .... bus, train or plane? That is from Maine.
>  Bus to Whitefish is fairly inexpensive but need to get to Glacier NP.
>  Train to East Glacier is almost 3X bus. I understand that there is a
>  shuttle to Glacier NP.
>  Plane to Seattle/Spokane is relatively inexpensive but need to get to
>  Glacier NP.
>  Any help will be appreciated,
>  Jack
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