the Hayduke Trail

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Hayduke hiker links

These are some trail accounts that we have come across that are excellent references for the Hayduke.

Katherine Cook planned for 2015 spring westbound
Hiking spring 2015 with 'Wired'
Erin Saver 'Wired' planned for 2015 spring westbound
Wired's blog will be here for her spring Hayduke hike.
Lisa Curry and 'KCop' 2014 autumn westbound
An enjoyable read of a recent hike on the trail in autumn 2014 with dog Shilo!
Brian Tanzman 'Buck30' 2013 spring westbound
Excellent detailed account of his succesful Hayduke hike with Skittles
Rich Larson 'Skittles' 2013 spring westbound
Another excellent trail journal with Brian Tanzman
Dirtmonger 2013 spring eastbound
Huge 'Vagabond Trail' hike including the Arizona, Hayduke and Grand Enchantment Trails
Nicolas C Barth 2013 autumn westbound
Sublime photos and alternates. Unlucky to be halted by a Grand Canyon park closure
Pace and Whitefish 2012 spring westbound
Nice trail journal from experienced hikers
Ben Mayberry 2011 spring eastbound
Part of a mega hike on the Arizona Trail, Hayduke, connection to the Continental Divide up to Canada to finish on the Great Divide Trail
Sandra and Larry Taylor 2011 spring eastbound
Great blog of a Arizona and Hayduke Trail journey plus more!
Andrew Skurka 2009 early February westbound
Andrew created a Hayduke map bundle and resource as a result
Whiptail and Caron 2009 spring westbound
Nice blog and paddled the Colorado for a few days from Moab
Dave and Michelle 2009 spring westbound
Their first long backpack and another great journal
Ryan Choi 2008 spring westbound
A classic! Ryan's descriptive account with Ben Deumling and heap's of detours
Justin Lichter 2008 spring westbound
'Trauma' is currently (2014-15) attempting the first ever Pacific Crest Trail hike in winter with 'Pepper'
Shawn Forry 2008 spring westbound
With 'Trauma'
Mike Coronella 2005 spring westbound
Co-originator of the trail and co-author of the guidebook with fantastic exploration. Lots of trail updates on the website
Brian Frankle 2005 autumn eastbound
The first continuous Hayduke hike- and a great account too!