No biggie... been in the San Juans, and the Sierras in late May, early June, CDT/PCT.
But I will be there long after this year... more like July.
I am trying to link together some trails to get from where the Hayduke ends at the CO border, hike northeast, hit the CDT, hike south on the CDT, meet the Colorado trail...
COuld even go north, in the Wasatch, go further north and hit the Oregon or California Trail, then hike south on the CDT.
Just trying my hand at creating my own route.
I want to hike the AZT north, meet up with the Hayduke, take that to CO, hike through CO east, hike south on the CT or CDT, meet up with the Grand Enchantment and meet up with the AZT again. Not this year, but I will likely be in CO in summer, and would be willing to scout it out. I'll probably thru-hike the CT trail in August.
Is there a site that maps out most of the notable long distance trails, like the National Scenic Trail map I got from a National Geographic mag, but with more?
If not, it should exist. Knowing names of trails doesn't help. I want a visual... "Do these lines meet or cross or even come close?" Anyone wanna help? joint project?