Continental Divide National Scenic Trail
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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Recreation and Lands in Denver, Colo .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Trails -- Environmental aspects -- United States.,
  • Continental Divide National Scenic Trail.

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service. Rocky Mountain Region. Recreation and Lands.
The Physical Object
Pagination49 [i.e. 120] p., 2 folded leaves of plates :
Number of Pages120
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15255059M

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The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail runs the length of the United States from the border of Mexico north to Canada. Most of this route follows the official Continental Divide line along the Rocky Mountains: Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming in the north to Colorado and New Mexico in the south. Revised in November, This is a 70 page map atlas for the "official" route of the Continental Divide Scenic Trail in Wyoming. The data was gathered by walking the trail with extremely accurate professional grade gps receivers. The maps were made by hill shading and combining USGS quadrangles to produce stunning full color : Jerry Brown. Continental Divide Trail Society! We have been working for nearly 40 years to create and improve the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail -- miles through the Rocky Mountains from Canada to Mexico. We invite you to become a member of the Society, lend us your assistance, and enjoy the Trail. Continental Divide National Scenic Trail, Map Book: New Mexico [Jerry Brown] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Revised in November, This is a page map atlas for the official route of the Continental Divide Scenic Trail in New Mexico. The data was gathered by walking the trail with extremely accurate professional grade gps receivers.

  Revised December, This is a 98 page map atlas for the "official" route of the Continental Divide Scenic Trail in Colorado. The data was gathered by walking the trail with extremely accurate professional grade gps receivers. The maps were made by hill shading and combining USGS quadrangles to produce stunning full color maps. The trail was designated by Congress as a National Scenic Trail in As of , roughly 71% of the trail has been marked and routed by the Continental Divide Trail Association. The remainder of the trail is currently located on dirt and paved roads. National Scenic Trails were established to provide outdoor recreation opportunities and to conserve portions of the natural landscape with significant scenic, historic, natural, or cultural notably, the National Scenic Trail system provides access to the crest of the Appalachian Mountains in the east via the Appalachian Trail, to the Rocky Mountains of the west on the.   Updated in the fall of to include numerous recent trail changes. This is a page map atlas for the "official" route of the Continental Divide Scenic Trail in Montana. The data was gathered by walking the trail with extremely accurate professional grade gps receivers.

  The CDTC, to quote its website, is a coalition that “connects the community that supports the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail” Their Facebook site says it quite nicely, too “We connect the community to protect, preserve and promote the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail“. Continental Divide Trail. The simplicity of this statement in the prologue of Robert Moor’s first book, On Trails: An Exploration, opens the door to an in-depth study of trails, their purpose, and their meaning. he completed a hike on the 2,mile Appalachian National Scenic Trail (AT), the southern [ ] Centennial Celebration. Official app of the Continental Divide Trail Coalition. Considered by many to be the most remote and challenging of the Triple Crown trails, the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail is a + mile adventure from Mexico to Canada, traveling through five western states. other trail agencies and groups. Trail standards are fairly consistent across the nation, and these referrals were made with a certain degree of confidence. However, completed sections of the North Country National Scenic Trail are significantly different in terms of trail standards, signing, location in the area’s landscape, and maintenance.