The staff and board of the CDTC would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to all the donors, volunteers and allies of our work who supported us in 2020. Thank you for your help as we work to complete, protect, promote and steward the Continental Divide Trail! We couldn’t do it without you.
CDTC has four pillars of focus: stewardship of the Trail, promotion of the Trail, building a strong Trail community, and building an organization with sound governance. These pillars guide our long-term direction as well as our day-to-day efforts to complete, promote, and protect the CDT.
CDTC recognizes the trail belongs to the people, and that we have a responsibility to future generations to responsibly manage the trail’s resources and to place those resources in a sacred trust that will ensure that the trail continues to nurture others as it has nurtured so many generations before.Learn More
CDTC is committed to building a non-motorized backcountry trail and protecting the trail corridor along the Continental Divide.Learn More
Trail Information and Outreach
CDTC works to ensure the Trail enjoys a high profile with the public, and endeavors to ensure all Trail data and information remain of high quality and easily accessible to the various audiences who desire this information.Learn More
We feel that building stronger local relationships with communities adjacent to the Trail and involving volunteers on the ground is the most powerful way to build our movement and preserve and protect the CDT.Learn More