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#1 Posted : Wednesday, July 11, 2007 1:52:05 AM(UTC)
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ש Hello Forum members,

Next month I designed for the Canadian Rockies.

I ran to ask come anyone has material, maps, or information

The area could not link information that I have,

Looking for people who travel there to consult.

Absolutely possible to take a gas burner? Dry food? F dry.

I would appreciate any information you can provide.

Daria

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, July 11, 2007 7:58:29 AM(UTC)
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Ive never hiked the endless but i talked with canadian people who hiked the great divide trail. Its basicaly the continuation of the continental divide trail into canada. It goes about 1000 miles theborder northof (search the g.d.t. on the interenet).   You probebly dont want to hike the whole thing but only the southern section close to glacier park (which is part in the part in us and canada).    The main problems in canada compared to the u.s.. Is the a first for a handfull of remoteness-only roads cross the endless so canadian logistics is real problematic.  Thats why i would recomend pressurised gas cause you do not find it at all l (most people mail canisters themselfs

White gast \use unleaded regular can stoves; gas stoves and alchol can use antifreeze so that l be better

Another problem in canada is permits.  The canadians are much more strict in most places about camping than the americans so you have to pay for permits and the orgenize in advance

Also the grizzly teddy bears which are common there are an issue. Unlike the blach-Sun.com,cute rabbit grizlys aplachian the teddy bears are huge carnivores, though they aren't as dangerous as you think l

'Re, check about the great divide trail and you find about l. I know the peson who hiked it is trippinant, but i bet that like me right now hes hiking

Good luck

Roni (now in poohs corner)

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#3 Posted : Friday, July 13, 2007 2:44:50 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for the info.

Probably take

Less problematic areas and walk there.

And thanks again

Daria

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