[Cdt-l] Info requests
wandering_bob at comcast.net
Sun Sep 18 16:13:39 CDT 2011
There is a CDT Forum at Trailforums.com (very similar to the Whiteblaze CDT
You already know about the CDT_List forum.
Books and maps:
Johnathan Ley's excellent site and free map CD:
Paul Mag's excellent site: http://www.pmags.com/a-quick-and-dirty-cdt-guide
CDT Association (CDTA): the "official" route
CDT Society (CDTS): the more popular alternate routes and the source for the
Wolf Guides to the CDT (use with Ley's maps)
That should give you plenty of information. You can also read the trail
journals of current and past hikers at http://trailjournals.com/index.cfm
From: cdt-l-bounces at backcountry.net [mailto:cdt-l-bounces at backcountry.net]
On Behalf Of Andy Johnson
Sent: Sunday, September 18, 2011 1:57 PM
To: Cdt-l at backcountry.net
Subject: [Cdt-l] Info requests
Are there any regular organization publications, magazines, books etc
available for the CDT-?
also is there a CDT equivalent to White Blaze online for info updates and
Just observing after the AT met Irene this year how the trail was closed and
trespassers were hauled in, given tickets and with no way out of town and no
money. They were even stopping people picking up re-supply boxes at the USPS
POs... news earlier might have allowed changes in plan and direction...
Information is very valuable. Trying to learn anything and everything before
makes planning and timing a lot easier..and it makes survival safer for
everyone... Ignorance costs time, money and lives... I'm working hard to
avoid wasting anybody's or my own.
I'd appreciate any/all info that is available.
If this another one of too many people keep asking, maybe there is a website
or bulletin board where info can be found-?
Thank you for your assistance,
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