The best thing to do is get a guide from the Colorado Trail Foundation. That will give info on food drops and elevation . I have done numorous stretches and you go over 11k a lot and stay above 10k for extended periods. It is over 400 miles andyou go by a lot of the really cool places in CO. Do it man then tell us about it in the winter. Good luck sj
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