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Recent Forum Posts

Re: Is Any Of New Mexico Hikealble During Nov/dec?
skimaxpower - Mon, Sep 18, 2017
The area around Deming would probably be the best candidate for NM winter hiking. It's the lowest elevation section of the CDT. ...

Re: Trail Planner Assistance
postholer - Sun, Sep 3, 2017
If you check a box, then click update, it will remove that location from your plan. To add a location, select a location from th...

Trail Planner Assistance
Since1987 - Sun, Sep 3, 2017
Each line of the planner has a checkbox. What is that used for? I can select the line but I don't see a delete, add, insert, e...

Re: The PCT Ijn Winter?
Miner - Sun, Aug 13, 2017
A continuous section, 250 miles long, without any snow in winter doesn't exist. That said, you can road walk around some of the...

Re: Is An Ice Axe Truely Necessary
Miner - Sun, Aug 13, 2017
I think you should clarify where you were able to self arrest with just a pole. How steep was the slope? I've slide on more ge...

Is An Ice Axe Truely Necessary
Micko - Sat, Aug 12, 2017
Most gear lists are showing hikers sending an ice axe and micro spikes ahead to Kennedy Meadows for the Sierra - fair enough. Wh...

Is Any Of New Mexico Hikealble During Nov/dec?
barryjones335 - Sat, Aug 12, 2017
for now i can only afford 2.5 weeks in july/august and the same in nov/dec to do any real hiking. ive heard that parts of new me...

The PCT Ijn Winter?
barryjones335 - Fri, Aug 11, 2017
is any decent sized section of the trail passable during late november into december? the dessert maybe? i have to section hike ...

Re: Postholer Trail Snow Chart Vs SEKI Trail Conditi
bobb - Wed, Jul 19, 2017
Thank you very much for the speedy and informative reply. This was seriously helpful. Seeing as folks here seem to be super-exp...

Re: Postholer Trail Snow Chart Vs SEKI Trail Conditi
postholer - Wed, Jul 19, 2017
There are a couple things happening. First, the snow data has a 1 km resolution so it won't 'see' every field. Second, the pos...

Postholer Trail Snow Chart Vs SEKI Trail Conditions
bobb - Wed, Jul 19, 2017
Hello. I am trying to understand the discrepancies between the information provided in the SEKI & Yosemite Trail Conditions ...

Recommendation For PCT Hiking Mt Hood OR
Button - Sun, Jun 25, 2017
Hello I was hoping to get some recommendations for the Mt Hood PCT area to do a little bit of hiking just before 4th July weeke...

Recent Blog & Journal Entrys

Great Day And Very Nice Trail Today
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AT - chaseat99 - Today
I remember this campsite fromthe first time my brother and I passed this way. We got separated and I stopped at the spring thinking he was behind. He was just ahead eating a Mountain House dry...
A Grape Day, A Corny Day
CDS - brianle - Today
We kept an odd sort of count of 'different' things that we saw today, including lots of grape orchards, rows and rows of corn, with sometimes some dead sunflowers intermingled, of course a few...
The PCTA Really Needs To Maintain This Section
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GET - Homework - Yesterday
I woke Top Shelf up to the Happy Birthday song, because it's her birthday today! We woke up next to the wrong trough and, in the daylight, noticed our loyal fence about 20 yards to our west...
Touristing At The Grand Canyon
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AZT - SlowBro - Yesterday
We were up at 6 and over to the local coffee place, RP's Stage Stop, when they opened at 6:30. Had great breakfast sandwiches and then stopped by a convenience store to pick up snacks for the ...
Hot Springs Trail Day 127
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HST - buck30 - Sat, Sep 16, 2017
Our campsite was quiet last night, no one showed up. I forgot to mention​ that last night when I was looking around the area and heard a lot of noise I walked right into some guy singing at ...
Waiting For The Storm To Pass
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CDT - rlhdancer - Fri, Sep 15, 2017
Waiting for the storm to pass We woke to a steady rain that continued throughout the morning in West Yellowstone. Since we did not have transportation back to the trail until 12:15pm, we went...
Canada!!!
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PCT - snepp00 - Wed, Sep 13, 2017
Dutch: CANADA!! Aangekomen in canada!!! Vanochtend om half elf ben ik aangekomen bij de noordelijke terminus van de PCT. Na 2000 mijl is dit het einde van mijn Pct-avontuur. Nou ja....... dat ...
Going Home
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CDT - Jo - Sun, Sep 10, 2017
In three weeks we return to New Mexico to continue our journey to the Mexican border. We started from Canada in 2009 from Waterton Lake with our youngest son, Sam, and now we will finish the f...
San Juan Mountains
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CT - Hungus - Sat, Sep 9, 2017
Hungus: Pace and I tried a new morning routine. Instead of eating breakfast and drinking morning beverages we just packed up and hiked. We had grand plans to catch the sunrise at the highest ...
Post-trip Thoughts
AZT - tomato - Fri, Sep 8, 2017
I spent the next 2 days at Purple & Carnivore's house, resting and recuperating. I can't emphasize enough how much these guys helped me out. I was in pretty bad shape toward the end. On Sunday...
Day 132. 2600' Up, 2400' Down, 2600'up Again
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PCT - Dusty Roads - Fri, Sep 8, 2017
I have a feeling the theme of going up and down constantly is going to continue until the northern terminus. Both because I'm told this is what the cascades is like and because of the sharp ju...
Last Day - Manning Park
PCT - Blankhiker - Tue, Sep 5, 2017
With only about 3.5 downhill miles to the border monument, we arrived quickly but had to wait for other hikers to finish their photos and sign the register before we got a quick photo. It was ...

Blog & Journal Entrys Past/Present

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Why Wait!? - OTHER - Mar 26, 2012 - Journal Entry
hola! we took the 23 hour bus ride from buenos aires, arriving yesterday. it took a while to get out of the city sprawl, but then pastoral landscape came into view with green fields, cattle, horses, brick houses and wonderful evening light. of course, night came with an almost impossible time to get rest and sleep. a movie was blasting, engine noise. warm morning light was a welcoming blessing. looking like nevada or southern california, i thought that i may be on the wrong bus.....clear rushing rivers hinted at the mountainous landscape ahead. large dark tahoe blue lakes went past for miles and miles. snow capped mountains and a lone volcano stood in the distance. we were nearing the andes. ++we spent the night in bariloches, home to the trailheads of the ¨lake district¨ of argentina. we will set off for a strenuous 5 day hike into the mountains here. we just need to purchase some fuel and a better map and we are on our way. it´s been a whole week getting here to the trailhead and i am ready to walk! the sun is shining, the water is sparkling, the birds are singing, and Gabi and i are good travel partners. i am blessed.you can send a note to my guestbook...i´d love to hear from you!  

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