Continental Divide Trail 2017

Continental Divide Trail

The Continental Divide Trail (CDT)) is about 3,000 miles and runs between Mexico and Canada. It follows the Continental Divide of the Americas Continental Divide of the Americas along the Rocky Mountains and traverses five U.S. statesMontana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico. It is the youngest, most remote, and rugged of the Triple Crown Trails (PCT, CDT, AT). The terrain varies from trail, to roads, to cross-country hiking. In 2017 I thru hiked it! The CDT was everything and then some. It was the most challenging and humbling of all the trails I’ve hiked. Not only did I learn a lot about myself but about the kindness and generosity of the people that reside in this part of the country. Below is an account of how this crazy adventure played out for me!

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Southern Terminus

One week out…
Crap…another checkpoint
And so it begins…again
Poked and scratched
Gila River
Embracing the Brutality- New Mexico
Cold snap
So 2 Canadians and a S. African walk into a hostel
Rolling on…
Podcast giggles
Route 66 water kicks!
Grants, NM to the Cuba vortex
This cold weather is killin my spirit
Slow going
It’s not me, It’s you
Colorado you win..for now
Through it….
Wyoming…it’s all good
The trail will provide…lessons
Wyoming mountains
High water…
Help me Floyd…
I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list
Just waiting on a friend
Going with the flow
Nothing without Providence
Rebounding and Ragbrai
CDT/CT crossing paths
Leadville adventure
It’s the climb…
The mountains don’t care
Light Years
Montana Idaho part 2
It’s the climb
Highway to HElena…
So close but yet so far
To Canada
Gonna miss this…
Where there’s smoke
Emerald City
She believed she could…….

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