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I did the John Muir this year and I'm starting to plan something of similar length (2-3 weeks) along the CDT for next year. Right now I'm looking at flying to Helena and hiking from somewhere the Bob Marshall Wilderness up to Glacier. And experiences or suggestions would be appreciated.
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>>1393559
Don't the Colorado trail and the CDT share some sections? The Wind River Range is one of the most popular CDT sections iirc. halfwayanywhere has interesting survey results about the CDT.
Just checked the site and from the 2017 hikers that did the survey, the top four sections were:
>Wind River Range (Wyoming)
>Glacier National Park (Montana)
>San Juan Mountains (Colorado)
>Gila National Forest (New Mexico)
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>>1393648
good recs, thanks. Colorado would be nice and convenient.





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