[Cdt-l] good shelter for high winds

Ryley Breiddal ryleyb at gmail.com
Wed Feb 15 11:56:12 CST 2012

CDT hikers are always hard to track down.  I don't have a specific
suggestion for your shelter, but here's a few links to gear lists from
last year:

Chance: http://chancewalksalot.com/?page_id=84
Me: http://blog.presinet.com/spot-map-and-gear-list
Gadget: http://postholer.com/mobi/viewJournal.php?sid=fe8bcbe13d6619070a78a5bf554bdd58
Speedstick: http://www.marriedtothetrail.com/blog/2011/5/2/52-heading-to-the-southern-terminus.html
Piper: http://borntohike.net/2011/06/13/gear-list/
Fandango (crap gear list buddy):

And that's it from me... I surely have more links somewhere but...
laziness has kicked in.


On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 5:17 PM, Nathan Ventura
<nathanrainer at verizon.net> wrote:
> Looking for advice:
> I carried a Six Moons Lunar solo for the PCT which worked fine out there, but I'm looking to get a new shelter that will be suitable for both a hike across iceland this summer as well as a 2013 CDT hike. So I'm looking for a as light as possible shelter that will stand up to high winds and rain well. Figuring I won't be getting a tarp. I've been having a hard time finding any recent (past year or two) CDT gear lists so any help finding those would be helpful as well.
> Thanks for any help or advice.
> I'm new to the list. Best of luck to everyone preparing for a 2012 hike right now!
> -Rainer
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