Continental Divide Trail – ’12

Continental Divide Trail – ’12

Trail Journal:

  • Backwards on the CDT

    Well, not backwards really, but this year I’m hiking in the opposite direction of my 2007 hike. I left the Mexican border at Antelope Wells on the evening of May 3rd and have been hiking north ever since. It’s been … more

  • Colorado!

    I’m getting a little behind on my updates, since internet availability isn’t as often as I’d prefer, but I can assure y’all that I’m still out here hiking away! Crossing the border into Colorado meant lingering snow, and the postholing … more

  • Montana? Already?

    Updates on this site have been lacking, but it isn’t due to a shortage of amazing events. As one of the few hikers out here without a smartphone, gaining access to the internet can be challenging. This past month has … more

  • Wyoming!

    The psychological halfway point has been reached! A few days ago I passed the border of Colorado and Wyoming, and

One Response to Continental Divide Trail – ’12

  1. Bill Samson Wasser says:

    Love this sight! I’m reading Yogi’s guide and absorbing your thoughts on there as well. I personally love hiking and feel more at ease in the wilderness than in real life. It often behoove me when I meet individuals thru-hiking who seem to be miserable? Obviously you love it and it shows in your thoughts and deeds. I do a bit of writing and speaking and would love to hear your story. You should write a book if you already have not. My plan is to finish writing a book after finishing the CDT (if I finish the PCT). It will have more to do with how we walk through life using real lives as examples. I would love to hear your story sometime as intentionally speaking simplicity in life in our walk through this world has proven so often to bring about true fulfillment where so many other reign miserable in there quest for riches. Would love to chat sometime at your coveneince.

    Samson. 601-750-0756

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