GRASSY PLATEAU

CDT Day 15: Mile 74 – 94 (Gila River alternative) (20 miles – 32km) Wednesday May 1, 2019 The last few nights have been so mild that this mornings frost on the ground… Continue reading

END OF THE GILA

CDT Day 14: Mile 58.8 -74 (Gila River alternative) ( 15.2 miles – 24.3 km) Tuesday April 30, 2019 Despite having wet and cold feet all day long, the nice thing about hiking… Continue reading

CATHEDRAL CANYONS

CDT Day 13: Mile 45.4 – 58.8 (Gila River alternative) ( 13.4 miles -21.5 km) Monday April 29, 2019 The thing I like about keeping a blog is that it forces me to… Continue reading

ENTERING THE WONDERLAND

CDT Day 12: Mile 33.1 – 45.4 (Gila River alternative) (12.3 miles – 19.7 km) Sunday April 28, 2019 From our campsite the river flow sounded like wind rustling through tree tops. We… Continue reading

WELCOME TO THE GILA

CDT Day 11: Mile 17.1 – 33.1 (Gila River alternative) (16 miles – 25.6 km) Saturday April 27, 2019 Last night I dreamt about a mountain range under a moonlit sky. Stars were… Continue reading

A SOLITARY MAN

CDT Day 10: Mile 5.1 – 17.1 (Gila River alternative) (12 miles – 19.2 km) Friday April 26, 2019 Bear Creek campsite was absolutely beautiful spot to camp. In the forest by a… Continue reading

GILA RIVER

CDT Day 9: Mile 5.1 (Gila River alternative) + 7.7 miles (Walnut Creek alternative (12.8 miles – 20.5km) Thursday April 25, 2019 Silver City is interesting, a small town with a population of… Continue reading

CANYON WALK PLUS SOME

CDT Day 8: Mile 137 – 161.7 ( 24.7 miles – 39.5 km) Wednesday April 24, 2019 Last nights rain storm lasted for hours. We must have fallen asleep sometime after the thundering… Continue reading

HELLO SWEET PINES

CDT Day 6: Mile 100.1 – 118.6 (18.5 miles – 29.5 km) Monday April 22, 2019 It was the sweetest sound to wake to this morning….birds were chirping and twittering all around us.… Continue reading

DAYS OF THUNDER

CDT Day 7: Mile 118.6 – 137 ( 18.4 miles – 29.4 km) Tuesday April 23, 2019 Always surprising to see what difference a bit of elevation makes. It was reasonably mild temperature… Continue reading

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