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Re: [pct-l] Long Trail info

The only website I know is at http://www.greenmountainclub.org/
and it has most of the info that you are looking for.
After I completed the AT I went on to become a caretaker for the GMC at
Stratton Pond and Griffith Lake. I also was one of the few paid persons
(due to lack of volunteers) to build Goddard Shelter, then went on to
working for the Forest Service (in VT) and now I'm out West going to
school at Oregon State University and piecing together the PCT. Before I
came out here I completed the Long Trail and it is a highly recommended
'shorter' trail.

On Sun, 11 Jan 1998, jcapellari wrote:

> Hi Folks,
> It's been a whilie since I've peeked in on the list.  Just resubscribed
> yesterday.  I'm not even sure if I've ever written in before, but I've
> finally got a question to ask!  
> I was wondering how many of you out there have hiked or know someone who's
> hiked the Long Trail in VT and thought it a decent 'shorter' long hike. I
> hope that makes sense!  I'm interested in learning more about the trail
> itself and the sort of experience people have had with it.  Guidebooks only
> do so much.  Also, if there is a website that anyone knows of, I'd love
> that info too.  
> Speaking of guidebooks--what's the best one?  
> Thanks ahead of time, and I hope it's not list-taboo to bring up a trail
> other than the PCT!
> One last thing:
> Hello to all the people I may know out there from PCT '97.  Hope things are
> good with you, and that the New Year brings you as many adventures as the
> last one did!
> Jean, of Jean and Alyssa fame, PCT '97 (the last 1700 miles or so)
> jcapellari@mcione.com
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