[Cdt-l] Where would 1,500 miles be?
bobsartini at gmail.com
Mon Aug 25 11:12:48 CDT 2014
According to Guthook. If you are on the official route, then 1500
miles is a bit past Steamboat Springs, really just 31 miles south of
the Wyoming border. I think you can fly out of Steamboat to many
places but it can't be cheap. on United Express to Denver.
On Mon, Aug 25, 2014 at 12:02 PM, Jackie McDonnell <yogihikes at gmail.com> wrote:
> Kirk -
> That question is easily answered for the Appalachian Trail and Pacific Crest
> Trail, but not so easily answered for the Continental Divide Trail.
> New Mexico has MANY different routes which will affect your mileage. When
> you get to Colorado, you may (or may not) take the San Juan loop, depending
> upon the snow level. That will affect your mileage. Continuing in
> Colorado, there are opportunities to summit some of the 14,000 foot peaks.
> That will affect your mileage. And the list goes on.
> I guess the broad answer to your question would be "somewhere in Colorado".
> So Denver would probably be the airport for you.
> On Mon, Aug 25, 2014 at 6:28 AM, Eaton, Kirk <keaton at irco.com> wrote:
>> I am starting to plan my North Bound CDT hike next year and need to come
>> off the week of June 28 – July 5 for my Mom’s 80th Birth Day bash. I
>> believe I would have completed somewhere around 1,500 miles by this time and
>> want to plan on a way to get back to the east coast for her party. Can
>> anyone tell me approximately where 1,500 miles is on the CDT – what is the
>> big town?
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