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Hiking in the Age of Coronavirus: What to Consider

Hiking in the Age of Coronavirus: What to Consider

(Updated 2:41 p.m. ET, March 19) On March 11, Barney and Sandy Mann—aka Scout and Frodo—sent an email notifying hikers who had signed up for their hostel and shuttling service...

Mar 13, 2020 : Clay Bonnyman Evans
Baby’s Wind River Gear List: High Elevation, Potential Snow

Baby’s Wind River Gear List: High Elevation, Potential Snow

I'm heading out to the Wind River Range for a figure-eight traverse of the High Routes, putting together a combination of Andrew Skurka’s 100-mile route, and Adventure Alan’s 70-mile route,...

Aug 12, 2019 : Effie Drew
The Continental Divide Trail, or Righting the Wrongs of the Past……..

The Continental Divide Trail, or Righting the Wrongs of the Past……..

When we last met I had just discontinued my thru-hike of the Appalachian trail. Needless to say, I should have gone with my initial instinct and hiked the Continental Divide...

Apr 23, 2019 : Kimberly Ronin Huber
CDT Gear – What I’m Doing Differently, What I’m Most Excited About, and What Keeps Me Up at Night

CDT Gear – What I’m Doing Differently, What I’m Most Excited About, and What Keeps Me Up at Night

This article discusses the gear I’m most excited about for my 2019 Continental Divide Trail (CDT) thru-hike, as well as what keeps me awake at night in terms of pre-trail...

Apr 21, 2019 : Hungry Cat
Freedom and (a Little) Frustration: Sandal-Wearing Thru-Hikers Explain Themselves

Freedom and (a Little) Frustration: Sandal-Wearing Thru-Hikers Explain Themselves

In more than 2,100 miles of hiking the Appalachian Trail in 2016, I never got a single blister on my feet. That was thanks, in part, to the miracle of...

Apr 15, 2019 : Clay Bonnyman Evans
Wisdom from 2018 Continental Divide Trail Thru-Hikers (Pt. I)

Wisdom from 2018 Continental Divide Trail Thru-Hikers (Pt. I)

The last trail we are going to address on this Wisdom from the 2018 Thru-Hikers series is the epic, infamous CDT. The CDT tends to be less trafficked and less...

Apr 3, 2019 : Samantha Olthof
Bears, Noro, and Lyme: What to Worry About (or not) on Your Thru-Hike

Bears, Noro, and Lyme: What to Worry About (or not) on Your Thru-Hike

So, you’re planning to head out on trail for a long walk. Maybe even a thru-hike of one of the Triple Crown trails — the Appalachian Trail, Pacific Crest Trail,...

Feb 25, 2019 : Clay Bonnyman Evans
Trail Correspondents Episode 1 & 2: Introductions

Trail Correspondents Episode 1 & 2: Introductions

We're back!  After a few month-long hiatus, Trail Correspondents is storming back into your world like a phoenix rising from the ashes. As you likely already know, last year the...

Feb 8, 2019 : Devin Holmes
Let Me Introduce Myself; I’m Yard Sale

Let Me Introduce Myself; I’m Yard Sale

Hello there. First off, thanks for taking interest in my blog. I’m so excited to share my journey along the CDT with you. So, if you’re going to be a...

Jan 14, 2019 : Elysha Dyer
My Final Days on the Continental Divide Trail

My Final Days on the Continental Divide Trail

Glacier National Park is nearly empty this time of year.  A few locals visit, driving around to witness the change in seasons.  After a couple early-October snowstorms, the clouds retreated...

Oct 27, 2018 : Brian Cornell