View Full Version : Anyone need a Colorado Trail Map Set?

03-30-2010, 23:53
Hello, I had an amazing time hiking the Colorado Trail from Durango to Denver this past summer. I loved it so much that I decided to move to my favorite town that I stopped in along the journey. Ski bumming in Aspen has been pretty incredible this season. Anyway, I'm off to Nepal to do a bunch of hiking this summer, so I was trying to rid myself of these maps all over Colorado. The set also includes the data book, fourth edition.

Here's a list of everything:

The Colorado Trail Databook, Fourth Edition. paid $11.95

National Geographic Maps:

104: Idaho Springs, Georgetown, Loveland Pass. paid $11.95
105: Tarryall Mts., Kenosha Pass. paid $11.95
108: Vail, Frisco, Dillon. paid $11.95
109: Breckenridge, Tennessee Pass. paid $11.95
126: Holy Cross, Ruedi Reservoir. paid $11.95
127: Aspen, Independence Pass. paid $11.95
129: Buena Vista, Collegiate Peaks. paid $11.95
130: Salida, St. Elmo, Mount Shavano. paid $11.95
135: Deckers, Rampart Range. paid $11.95
139: La Garita, Cochetopa Hills. paid $11.95
140: Weminuche Wilderness. paid $11.95
144: Durango, Cortez. paid $11.95

Telluride, Silverton, Ouray map by latitude40maps. paid $11.95

All maps are in great condition.

Total cost I paid: $11.95 x 14 = $167.30

Trying to sell for $110, including shipping. A great deal if you do a lot of hiking in Colorado. Only willing to sell as a bundle, not breaking apart.

E-mail me at [email protected]



05-30-2010, 16:33
In a very drastic change of plans, I've decided to thru the CDT this year, so I'll be keeping the maps to assist the Colorado portion of the hike (and hopefully to enjoy numerous alternate routes for variety sake).

Anyway, I'm not selling the maps, so this thread can be deleted or ignored.

05-30-2010, 19:01
I'm doing much the opposite. I was planning on thruing the CDT. Now I''ll hike about half the entire CDT and the entire CT.

Why not hike both - the CDT through CO and CT? That's what I'm doing! Let me know when you are going out there.

CT - 485 miles
CDT through CO - about 800 miles

Both trails share the same tread for 200 miles or so. In a very real sense while hiking those shared 200 miles of trail you are hiking both the CDT and CT.