It shows the Pacific Crest Trail, naturally, but also the Continental Divide Trail, the Appalachian Trail and the Iditarod Trail.
What does CDT stand for?
CDT stands for Continental Divide Trail
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org * Help build history with the Continental Divide Trail Alliance: The Colorado section of the Continental Divide Trail meanders some 800 miles through some of the state's most incredible yet rugged landscapes.
He's also eying a trip up the Continental Divide Trail in 2012, to claim the third jewel in his Triple Crown.
Read about Brian's hiking of the Appalachian Trail, Continental Divide Trail and Pacific Coast Trail, otherwise known as the Triple Crown.
Still-less-known are the Florida Trail (1,300 miles), the Ice Age Trail in Wisconsin (1,000 miles), the Continental Divide Trail from Texas to Montana (3,200 miles), and the Natchez Trace, which goes through Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee (694 miles).
When it's finally dedicated on September 22, the trail around the Lake Tahoe basin will be, along with the Appalachian Trail, the Continental Divide Trail, and the Pacific Crest Trail, one of the country's must-do hikes.
The issue of safety on the Continental Divide Trail surfaced last autumn when an engineer with the Federal Highway Administration said he was concerned that dangerous encounters could occur between snowmobiles and cars.
Continental Divide Trail Alliance assists in the completion, management and protection of the Trail, by increasing public involvement, volunteer commitment and public sector support.