The Continental Divide Trail Association has been hard at work for five years trying to realize their goal of protecting the entire 3,080 mile trail in perpetuity. Many hurdles stand in there way, and it takes a village of hiker trash to help. Part two of The Future of the CDT. The post The Future of the Continental Divide Trail: Part Two appeared first on The Trek.
If the website would allow it, this article would be blank. However, I don’t think they’d appreciate that so instead I’ll try to keep this short and sweet. My expectations for the Continental Divide Trail?.. I don’t have any. None. Nada. Show More Summary
Evo presents this inspiring and breathtaking short documentary about three friends who bikepacked their way across a 200-mile stretch of the Continental Divide Trail. They spent 11 days biking on the trail’s Montana to Idaho portion...
Day 111 started after a solid nights’ sleep, cold brew coffee and a microwave burrito got my day started. I packed slowly, quickly realizing I’d bought way too much food for a four day stretch but secretly happy about it. After a WiFi and food stop at the Golden Arches we hit trail, the midday sun coming down hard on the black asphalt and us. Show More Summary
Mac of Halfway Anywhere (previously at Neatorama) and his friends hiked the entire Continental Divide Trail, 3100 miles from Mexico to Canada. This music video is made of one second from each day of the adventure. (YouTube link) The landscapes are gorgeous, and change completely every day. Show More Summary
Travel blogger Mac of Halfway Anywhere and his buddies made their way across the 3,100 mile Continental Divide Trail from the Mexico–United States border to the Canada–United States border, filming one-second from each day of the journey. Photos from the 133 day hike through New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana are available to view...
The Continental Divide Trail is one of the most grueling hikes you could ever imagine, and watching it in one-second blocks shot over the course of months is an absolute delight: I don’t blame you if you haven’t heard of the trail before, because I hadn’t either. Show More Summary
Day 86 I awoke super rested and ready to go. We had a nice day of rolling terrain that made for a smooth day. We dealt with grey patchy skies all day that gave us a little light rain and a good amount of small hail. We reached the general store at twin lake by about 3pm and grabbed our packages and some snacks. Show More Summary
Craig Fowler hiked AT, PCT, and Continental Divide and pedaled Tour Divide, the Colorado Trail Race, and the Arizona Trail Race. Meet The First Person To Complete The Double Triple Crown Hike Appalachian Trail – 2168 mi – 2001 … Continue reading ?
(So for those of you that follow me on Social Media you’ll know that I successfully finished the CDT in early November. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to keep my posts consistent at the end end of the trail and now i’m travelling in Asia with intermittent internet access. Show More Summary
THE NORTH COUNTRY TRAIL (4,600 MILES) THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL (2,178 MILES) THE PACIFIC CREST TRAIL (2,650 MILES)..AND THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE TRAIL (3,100 MILES) Breanna Cornell and Sophie are going to try it continuously, self supported, back to back to … Continue reading ?
Christian Thomas, aka Buddy Backpacker, finished the Continental Divide Trail on September 18, becoming the youngest person to complete all three of the nation's longest hiking trails
Recent books and movies have inspired countless hikers and potential hikers to dream about thru-hiking one of the “big three” of America’s long trails: The Appalachian Trail, Pacific Crest Trail, or the Continental Divide Trail. However, for many people the feat is just not feasible. Show More Summary
After a relaxing day off we awoke on day 43 and starting getting our gear together. I had another excellent breakfast at the diner in Lima and bought a few last minute supplies from the convenience store. We were in the back of the shuttle by 12 back to the trail. Show More Summary
Otter Olshansky: A lonely death on New Mexico’s Continental Divide Trail Super experienced, Otter pushed the limits one time too many. He died sometime after January 18th, 2016 in Lower Lagunitas Campground, New Mexico. Rest in peac...
So there’s lot of reasons I haven’t uploaded a new post from the CDT in a while. Some valid and some not. Anyway here’s my nightly scribbles from weeks 4,5 and 6. Day 20 Started at 6 am, we all wanted to get to Helena as quickly as possible. Show More Summary
Missoula, Montana. Home to our crew for the final few days before we set out on our southbound hike of the Continental Divide Trail. We gathered together our last minute supplies and took care of chores that needed to de done before the off. Show More Summary
My friend Leslie is spending the summer hiking the Continental Divide Trail — 3,100 miles of rugged and remote high country from Mexico to Canada. She started May 22 at the Mexican border and hiked across New Mexico to Chama, where she encountered a wall of snowy peaks in Colorado's San Juan Mountains. Show More Summary
nly a handful of people on this earth have more hiking experience than Lint. He’s hiked the Appalachian Trail, Pacific Crest Trail, and Continental Divide Trail three times each, known otherwise as a Triple Triple Crowner. So when he...Show More Summary
It’s been awhile Trekkers, since I’ve graced the pages of the this dear website. You may remember me from last year, as I walked from Mexico to Canada on the Continental Divide Trail. Well, that didn’t kill me–in fact, it just confirmed...Show More Summary