CDT Interactive Map

Data Accuracy/Liability

Improved gravel or surfaced roads are not official sections of the CDNST travel route.  Information contained online, in map books or other publications, is dynamic and may change over time. Landownership is not depicted and access through non-Federal areas is only allowed at the discretion or by agreement with the landowner. CDTC and the U.S. Forest Service shall not be responsible for errors or omissions in the map information and shall not be obligated to provide updates, additions, or corrections to the map information in the future. CDTC and the U.S. Forest Service give no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of the information. CDTC and the U.S. Forest Service shall not be held liable for improper or incorrect use of the data described and/or contained herein.

Maps Suitable for Hiking:

The CDTC has partnered with Atlas Guides to publish the CDTC endorsed CDT hiking app available for iPhone and Android.

Other Map Resources:

Bear Creek Survey Maps

Developed by the former CDT organization and Jerry Brown of Bear Creek Survey, these map guides reflect the most current line data for the CDNST available. These guides will give you the most accurate way point data for the “official” CDNST route, including water sources, critical intersections and general know where you are or need to be information. The data contained in the CDT app is the same as what you will find on the Bear Creek Survey Maps, we highly recommend you combine these with Yogi’s CDT Handbook and Planning guides for the best adventure possible on the CDNST!

A great free (print at home) and popular resource are maps put together by Johnathan Ley.