Canadian Border to Jackson Hole Trip - July and October 2012
Buddy Broun & Big Al Edwards - Atlanta, Georgia

"First, we should say that navigating this trip would have been a nightmare absent our guide(s). When
confronted with a fork in the trail, high in the mountains and miles for civilization, which to take? When
late in the day and tired, you don’t want doubts as to whether you are on the correct road or trail. A GPS
cannot substitute for your guide, as many of the trails are not found on a map.
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Our journey, from the Canadian border to northern Wyoming was divided into two segments. The first was in
late July and the second in early October 2012; nine ride days in total. Unexpected benefits of using Great
Divide were that between the two ride dates we left our bikes in their care, they arranged for tire replacement
and other needed service. A chase vehicle was offered. We declined, but in retrospect our riding
skills would have benefited had we not had to haul our gear. This is our excuse anyway.
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Be prepared for a variety of surfaces: wide, well groomed gravel roads to rough, steep single track, but
remember, you can request terrain of your choosing. However, even then you may be confronted with a little
of what you don’t like. If you don’ return home with some bumps and bruises you would be disappointed.

Last, but not least, we thoroughly enjoyed riding with Steve and Steve. They even sent us videos of our
adventure. If you have any questions, feel free to email either of us:

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