Looking South from the Pass

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Comments (4)

walkaboutwest on June 26, 2008

Hi Bruce, this trail is part of the 3,100 mile Continental Divide National Scenic Trail, which runs through New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming and Montana.

Yes, the summers are glorious here, and we haven't had much of a winter cold-wise for about 20 years. I don't think our dry cold is nearly as unpleasant as the humid cold you probably experience back east. Cheers, Eve

Snemann on July 7, 2008

That ridge just goes on and on! A pretty scene, Eve. And a 3100 miles trail, wow.

Bjørn Fransgjerde on July 16, 2008

Beatiful landscape.

Greetings Bjørn.

walkaboutwest on July 22, 2008

Thank you, Hamza, Snemann, Bjørn!

The US has at least three long-distance trails, the Continental Divide Trail (CDT), The Appalachian Trail, and the Pacific Crest Trail. I hope I'll be able to hike all of them someday! There are a few hundred people who manage the entire length of the one of the trails in a season.

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