[Cdt-l] Where would 1,500 miles be?
longhiker.pct at gmail.com
Mon Aug 25 13:21:58 CDT 2014
Shuttle from Steamboat to the airport in Denver is $90. That’s a lot cheaper than airfares. If you are flying in to Steamboat from far away you might find a reasonable air fare, but flying out on short notice is ridiculous.
The shuttle bus company is: http://www.goalpine.com/dia
Jerry Brown (bearcreek)
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Yeah, that's true about the shuttles, but they can be expensive. I've found Colorado to be the hardest state for hitchhiking. Shiny happy people in shiny happy cars do not pick up backpackers.
On the other hand, people in Wyoming and New Mexico are not as well off (financially). It has been my experience that people who have needed help in their lives are more likely to help others. That's why the person in the old beat-up car will give you a ride. New Mexico is the easiest state for hitchhiking.
On Mon, Aug 25, 2014 at 11:35 AM, Ron <ronyon at comcast.net> wrote:
Virtually all of the ski/resort towns in Colorado have shuttle services to the Denver airport, so you won't have much trouble if you are close to one of these towns. New Mexico and Wyoming are different stories.
>>> 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?
>>> OB = Old and Busted
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