The Top Three Ways to Stay Connected to the CDT in the Winter
Photo: Jack “Quadzilla” Jones
If you’re already missing hiking season, fear not! Even as it gets colder, there are still ways to stay connected to the Continental Divide Trail.
- Check out the CDTC Gift Guide
Can’t decide on a gift for the CDT enthusiast in your life this holiday season? Give a gift with impact. Check out our Holiday Gift Guide to find products from great brands that support the CDTC.
- Visit our new CDT Families page
We recently launched our CDT Families page! In addition to family-friendly hike suggestions, this page includes CDT related activities for explorers of all ages. Get young explorers (or yourself!) excited and prepared for spring and summer CDT adventures with a crossword puzzle or a game of bingo.
- Follow us on social media, sign up for advocacy alerts, and keep an eye on our Events page
Don’t be fooled by the seeming quiet of winter on the CDT – there’s still a lot going on!
Want to connect online? Follow the CDTC on Facebook and Instagram to hear about what we’re working on.
Want to connect in person? Keep an eye on our Events page. CDT Gateway Community Ambassadors host events throughout the winter, including snowshoeing and skiing opportunities on the CDT!
Interested in advocating for the CDT? Sign up for advocacy email alerts to stay informed about how you can use your voice in support of the CDT.