Norm Stoldt

STORMIN' NORMAN, center, met up with a group of cyclists taking a break before beginning his accent to the trailhead and first 11,000 foot peak. Courtesy photo


Stormin’ Norman tackles tough trail portion

By From page A11 | March 29, 2013

Editor’s note: Somerset’s Norm Stoldt, aka Stormin’ Norman, has written about his adventures section-hiking over the years on the Appalachian, Tahoe Rim, Pacific Crest and Continental trails, three of which make up the prestigeous “Triple Crown.” Not every adventure was successful. Once Stoldt was air-lifted off a mountain. On his recent quest to conquer a 585-mile section of the CDT, Stoldt experienced a series of difficulties and in fearing the worst — being rescued — he reluctantly pulled out. Below is the first part of that story … 

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