A few years ago it was brought to my attention that I was one of two people who had competed in the Lumberjack 100 since its inaugural year. When I first found out about it I didn’t think it was that big of a deal. In fact, I remember joking with my friends that it was proof that I didn’t have much of a life. But then I realized that it meant that I had the BEST life.
Today we continue with another chapter from Kurt Refsnider and Kaitlyn Boyle’s five-week bikepacking adventure in the Alps. -Kid
Up until this point in the trip, we had almost exclusively followed our planned route using the track on our GPS units. But all along the way, we marveled at the abundance of trail markers, mountain bike route emblems, and signs with destinations, distances, and hiking times.
This is a story about thru-riding the Continental Divide Trail.