CDT

Lotta Road, Little Trail Through a Dusty Land

Lotta Road, Little Trail Through a Dusty Land

This past stretch from Pie Town to Grants consisted of a lot of road walks.  “Road walk” is a broad term as there are a few different kinds of roads...

May 20, 2018 : Brian Cornell
In and Out of the Gila Wilderness

In and Out of the Gila Wilderness

Within this stretch of trail we spent four days in the Gila Wilderness and within the Gila Wilderness is the Gila River.  The trail follows the Gila River as it...

May 15, 2018 : Brian Cornell
Into the Silver City

Into the Silver City

The walk out of Lordsburg was full of sunshine and flat miles.  I did not mind the easy walking; however, we left town at 2 p.m. during the heat of...

May 6, 2018 : Brian Cornell
Deep in the Land of Enchantment

Deep in the Land of Enchantment

After months of anticipation and calculations, days spent dreaming about walking town to town and mountain to mountain, hours of planning and stressing over the little things, we are finally...

May 4, 2018 : Brian Cornell
What’s in Your Pack?

What’s in Your Pack?

Who asked that? Well, nobody. Yet I feel it necessary to make my obligatory gear list post before we start hiking tomorrow. I’ve categorized the gear and given the weights...

Apr 29, 2018 : Brian Cornell
CDT Eve Eve

CDT Eve Eve

Landed in El Paso, Texas, about an hour ago.  Currently sitting at DeadBeach Brewery enjoying a post-flight pint as we search for lunch options in the area.  The walk to...

Apr 28, 2018 : Brian Cornell
Three Nights in Death Valley

Three Nights in Death Valley

Sunday after work, my brother and I drove down to Death Valley for a shakedown hike and to escape the cold of Mammoth Lakes for a few days.  The first...

Mar 31, 2018 : Brian Cornell
Expectations for the CDT

Expectations for the CDT

If the website would allow it, this article would be blank.  However, I don’t think they’d appreciate that so instead I’ll try to keep this short and sweet. My expectations...

Mar 21, 2018 : Brian Cornell
Stories From the Trail Episode 7 – Keith Foskett High and Low

Stories From the Trail Episode 7 – Keith Foskett High and Low

Keith Foskett, a.k.a. "Fozzie", is a well traveled long distance hiker, a bestselling author, dog lover, and maple syrup connoisseur.  In this episode, Keith joins us from his home in...

Mar 16, 2018 : Gary Sizer
Excited to Leave, Sad to Go

Excited to Leave, Sad to Go

In just a month, Nick and I will be leaving Mammoth Lakes to travel back to Virginia before starting the Continental Divide Trail in New Mexico on April 30.  This...

Mar 15, 2018 : Brian Cornell