18178Re: [Hammock Camping] Re: Water in the Southeast
- Oct 22 12:49 PMi thought you were just trying to start conversation Dave. i knew that you already knew more than i do about finding water<g>.
that's a good question. i know shorter hikes around reliable creeks & rivers, but i'm not thinking of anything right off that crosses or follows that much reliable water.
some people have said that there is a lot of water crossing the Foothills Trails", but i'm not familiar w/ it my self.
Dave Womble <dpwomble@...> wrote:
I didn't phrase my question correctly. I was looking for a 50 to 100
mile backpacking trip where water won't be too much of a problem. I
am afraid right now that some section of trails may have 15 to 20 mile
gaps between water sources and I wanted to avoid those and find a
trail that had water every 6 to 12 miles.
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> > Any advice on trails in the SE for 50 to 100 mile backpacking trips in
> > this current drought?
> Carry more water containers?
> Seriously, I was on Max Patch over the weekend. I quizzed a couple of
> folks who had walked in from Hot Springs. There were still at least
> three sources in the 21 miles. I don't know about the sources to the
> south. There's some water out there, just not as often as we're used
> to seeing.
> I'm planning a hike around Caesar's Head and Table Rock SPs next
> weekend. I'm hoping there's some water around.
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