CDT Trail Days is back!
The Continental Divide Trail Coalition will be hosting a very special Trail Days on
in Silver City, New Mexico.
This year is Silver City’s 10th Anniversary as a CDT Gateway Community, and we are celebrating! There will be a speaker series, a gear expo and celebration in partnership with Gila Earth Day, community hikes, a pancake breakfast, and more!
Register now to host a vendor booth at the Earth Day Festival on April 20 or to volunteer throughout the event.Host a Booth Volunteer
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Trail Days Events
The specifics of Trail Days events will be published early this winter. In the meantime, find out what you can look forward to!Trail Days Events
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Trail Days Events
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM: Learn more about the Continental Divide landscape from local speakers representing diverse cultural perspectives. This event will be held at the Silco Theater.
Evening: Join CDTC to kick off Trail Days with a celebration and raffle at The Little Toad Creek Brewery and Distillery.
8:00 AM – 2:00 PM: Join CDTC and Gila Earth Day for a gear expo and festival at Gough Park.
Morning: CDTC and Gila Wilderness will host Community Hikes in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the Gila Wilderness.
CDTC will partner with Heart of the Gila to host community hikes on Sunday, April 21. For more information, please contact Liz Schmit at CDTC (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Patrice Mutchnick, Director, Heart of the Gila (email@example.com).
Heart of the Gila is a conservation and advocacy organization based in the Gila River Headwaters, surrounded by the Gila Wilderness. Our volunteers partner with the Gila National Forest and engage in river clean-ups, invasive species eradication, and trail maintenance throughout the Gila. Heart of the Gila collaborates with partners from diverse communities, organizations and agencies, providing biological research, ecological restoration, environmental education, public lands stewardship and advocacy for the wild places of the Southwest.
Thank you to our Trail Days 2023 Sponsors!
Not able to make it to Trail Days or looking for more ways to engage with the CDTC? Use the button below to check out our events calendar for more ways to connect in your community!View Events Calendar