[Cdt-l] Chama, nm parking

michelle bracht mbracht at live.com
Thu May 14 16:27:53 CDT 2015

I just learned this morning that I will have 2 weeks off.  Therefore I am woefully unprepared for the hike I will start this Saturday. I has intended on Colorado in June but I guess it will be Cumbres Pass to Cuba in May.
Does anyone know:1)is there a safe place to leave my car in Cuba? 2)how difficult is it to find the Cumbres  Pass TH3)is there any place along the way I can mail supplies to?
Thanks for any help. I would have liked to have researched this better on my own but the opportunity was very sudden.

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We are section hikers heading south from Canada for several years. This year we start at Twin Lakes and hope to head as far south as Chama or Ghost Ranch. I have found some references to public transportation to Albuquerque from Chama, but does anyone know if there is public transportation from Ghost Ranch? Or have an opinion as to which is better or even have better alternatives? We could leave from Albuquerque or Santa Fe. We are completely unfamiliar with this area so any suggestions would be appreciated!
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