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    Guess he didn’t stop at the ranger station.

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    Congratulations to Kristian Morgan! What a spectacular finish!

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    44 days, 4 hours and 54 minutes, according to Horton, who was there. Fantastic!

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    unreal, and massive effort from Captain Morgan. Raising a glass from Washington DC! Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailRunnerGuy View Post
    44 days, 4 hours and 54 minutes, according to Horton, who was there. Fantastic!
    https://kristianmorganat.lt-leg-appl...stracking.com/

    Combining the above two pieces of info, we get:

    Karel Sabbe, NoBo, 41d 7h 39m
    Kristian Morgan, NoBo, 44d 4h 54m
    Joe McConaughy, Nobo, 45d 12h 15m
    Karl Melter, Sobo, 45d 22h 38m
    Scott Jurek, Nobo, 46d 8h 7m
    Jenn Phar Davis, Sobo, 46d 11h 20m
    Andrew Thompson, Sobo, 47d 13h 31m

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    Congrats Kristian! An incredible effort!

    I think we learned from this attempt that anyone who wants to take the record is going to need a solid lead going into the Whites. Karel Sabbe absolutely crushed it in NH and ME.
    It's all good in the woods.

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    Congrats Kristian!
    A spectacular effort, something to be proud of.

    I couldn't imagine doing this in my dreams, much less for real.

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    We also learned that you can go up Katahdin anytime you want��

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    Quote Originally Posted by chknfngrs View Post
    unreal, and massive effort from Captain Morgan. Raising a glass from Washington DC! Cheers!
    Raising a glass from Harpers Ferry! Cheers and congrats Captain Morgan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by k2basecamp View Post
    We also learned that you can go up Katahdin anytime you want��
    Interesting to learn that's new information for someone from Maine.
    Teej

    "[ATers] represent three percent of our use and about twenty percent of our effort," retired Baxter Park Director Jensen Bissell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailRunnerGuy View Post
    44 days, 4 hours and 54 minutes
    It was nice to see someone continue the attempt after knowing they wouldn't break the record.
    Most of these people quit once the record is ruled out.
    Teej

    "[ATers] represent three percent of our use and about twenty percent of our effort," retired Baxter Park Director Jensen Bissell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ aka Teej View Post
    Interesting to learn that's new information for someone from Maine.
    I would think they just made an exception. Clearly not dealing with a garden variety thru here

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    We also learned that you can go up Katahdin anytime you want
    Quote Originally Posted by HankIV View Post
    I would think they just made an exception. Clearly not dealing with a garden variety thru here
    If the Ranger's not on duty, or unavailable, ATers just sign out at the trailhead like every other hiker.
    People night hike Katahdin almost every day when the weather's nice. During a full moon, clear skies, or a meteor shower there can be dozens of folks up top. No rule against it.
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    "[ATers] represent three percent of our use and about twenty percent of our effort," retired Baxter Park Director Jensen Bissell.

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