Re: [John Muir Trail] HikeThru.com Launched
- Yea Paul I be leave you could develop your site to one of the major site one will want to go if they are planning a thru hike. For my part my plan is hiking the PCT in 2013 and have been to many sites and done countless hours of researching gear. Be nice if some one could go one and get most of the information they need. Good luck
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Great suggestion about creek crossings... I will put that on my list of things to do.
I plan on adding a section dedicated to the JMT in a few weeks. It should give plenty of time for additional comments and suggestions before the hiking season starts.
Right now I'm concentrating on the most important information first, food, water, shelter and then I'll expand out to cover more basic information in greater detail.
Thanks again for your suggestion.
--- In johnmuirtrail@ yahoogroups. com, ed_rodriguez52@ ... wrote:
> Nice site Paul, found the food sections very helpful. Say I know your site is for thru hikers but is there a target experience level that you are trying to reach. That is to say a first time thru hiker, a hiker that done the JMT and want to go further. One suggestion that I would add. which creek crossing that one should be concern about and which sections along the PCT that would create problem for a thru hiker.
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> From: "bodnar1234" <paulbodnar@ ...>
> Date: Wed, 23 Dec 2009 15:55:32
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> Subject: [John Muir Trail] HikeThru.com Launched
> Hi Hikers,
> I just recently launched http://hikethru. com/, a website dedicated to the needs of hikers. The website has a lot of information about water, food, shelters, sleeping bags, snow and ice, resupply addresses, current weather along the entire Pacific Crest Trail, and more.
> If you have any ideas on how the site can be better don't hesitate to let me know.
> Happy Hiking,