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[cdt-l] Great Divide Basin Resupply

Hi there,

Well, I haven't hiked it yet, but there is a place in Muddy Gap that will
hold boxes for you:

Midpoint near Ferris Mountains/Whiskey Peak (20+ miles off designated BLM
Three Forks Muddy Gap Service
Lander Route
Rawlins, WY 82301

This is from the WY BLM website, which is very useful:


When I called them, they said they would hold boxes for no charge until we
pick them up.  They are open, if I remember right, from 8am to 8pm every day
of the week.  Don't know how easy it is to get there from the trail, and
also I think Muddy Gap may be closer to the Wolf route through the Ferris
Mtns than the BLM route through the Basin.

Hope this helps,

>From: William Schoenberg <williamschoenberg@hotmail.com>
>Reply-To: cdt-l@mailman.backcountry.net
>To: <cdt-l@mailman.backcountry.net>
>Subject: [cdt-l] Great Divide Basin Resupply
>Date: Sun, 20 Apr 2003 23:41:50 -0700
>Hello fellow CDT aficionados,
>My name is William Schoenberg, and I would like to introduce myself to the
>CDT list. My hiking partner, Tom Conover, and I are hiking northbound from
>the Antelope Wells trailhead this season. On May 2, we will fly from
>Berkeley to El Paso, where we will meet with Joel Gilbert. Joel has
>graciously agreed to drive us to the remote New Mexico trailhead, where we
>will begin our attempt to reach Canada. Tom and I would like to thank all
>those on the list who have helped us with the planning of this adventure.
>could not have started without you. A special thanks to the CDTA, CDTS, Jim
>Wolf, Jim and Ginny Owens, Jonathan Ley, Larry and Ann McDuff, Joel
>and many others who have helped with our planning. Both Tom and I are
>grateful to have the opportunity to draw from such rich and diverse
>resources. Last Saturday, Tom flew in from St Petersburg, Florida to visit
>my cramped apartment in California so we could iron out the last minute
>details before hooking up with Joel in El Paso. Things are coming together
>surprisingly well. Soon we will be at the border, facing north, with the
>desire, will, resources, and hope to reach Waterton.
>We were wondering if someone could elaborate on using Bairoil/Muddy Gap as
>resupply  stop midway through the Great Divide Great Basin Red Desert. A
>stop here could potentially ease the effort of the 130 mile leg between
>Rawlins and South Pass City.
>Thanks again, Bill.
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