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Flying to Denver on the 20. of August, Tina and I pack our gear unto the truck at my place, the Red Rock Ranch, and load up the Horses, to drive up to the Canadian Border in two days. On the 23. we meet up with Brent Wray from BC in Waterton at the Alpine Stables.. Here he horses have a rest, while we sort our gear and load everything onto Brents Goosneck trailer. From there we drive another 1000 km to Grand Cache to Curtis Hallocks place at the Indian andventure Trails, where the horses take another day to relax. Brent is riding his Morgan, Charley (12 year), while Tina is riding Ahi, the Criollo and i will be riding Rodeo my Guide horse. The plan is to ridie the Great Divide Trail starting in Grand Cache down to Waterton, a distance of about 900 km. Brent has done a terrific job, ob securing camps sites and getting permits, for the different parks, working out a route through the different parks, establishing contacts and places to stay along the route. We travel extra light without packhorse for higher efficency and have reduced our equipment to the bare minimum. We are riding with Garmin GPS 64 and have two Garmin Inreach with us, to comunicate with family back home and our driver, Peter Greubel, who is traveling along with truck and trailer.
2022 09 Great Divide Trail
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Brent Wray, is writing this Blog, from his perspektive. It is his first long ride.