[Cdt-l] Starting AZT to GDT tomorrow morning

Jack Haskel norcalhiker at gmail.com
Sun Mar 20 18:50:37 CDT 2011


Good luck Ben!	 Sounds like an epic trek!

Benjamin Mayberry <benmayberry at gmail.com> wrote:

>Quick recap: The 'AZT to GDT Route' is a ~4,250 mile 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'm headed off to Arizona tonight and I'll hit trail tomorrow morning. I'm
>hoping to join the CDT at Stony Pass (near Silverton, CO) in late May/early
>June - hopefully I'll cross paths with some fellow thru-hikers somewhere out
>there between Stony Pass and Glacier.
>
>Follow along at http://benmayberry.net
>
>Regards,
>Ben
>
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