[Cdt-l] NM Planning Help

Doug Carlson doug-sue at centurylink.net
Fri Jan 18 00:28:07 CST 2013


In the Gila wilderness:  River or Mountains?

I didn't realize there was an option. 

I need to dig out my Ley maps and explore a little more in detail.

-Trew

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The difference in those routes is pretty much south of the Gila Wilderness.
There are a variety of options, but essentially, the Columbus route will get
you "into the Gila" a little bit east of the cRaZy CoOk route...  Just north
of Silver City, the two essentially connect. Then, you have a choice in the
Gila as well... the river, or the mountains... but, that's another story.

-Jonathan


On 1/17/2013 6:35 PM, btwybrecht at netzero.com wrote:
> Or is THE Gila Wilderness the same trail by taking CC or Columbus?
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> Witch way is better for going through THE Gila wilderness, Crazy Cook or
Columbus?
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