Sleep In The Dirt

Welcome to the Big Agnes CDT Trail Guide

Rugged, scenic and iconic.

We’ve adopted 75 miles of the Continental Divide Trail near Steamboat Springs as part of our support of the Continental Divide Trail Coalition. As an adopter we agreed to do our part to maintain the designated portion of trail, mark the trail as needed, keep it free of trash, and be good stewards of the trail whenever we found ourselves recreating on it. Which turns out, is quite often. So to celebrate our adoption, the CDT's 40th Anniversary, and the 50th Anniversary of the National Scenic Trails Act, we decided to hike the entire Colorado section of the trail this summer. Yup. 740 miles! 146k vertical feet up and down. Topping out at 14k feet on Grays summit.

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These are the sections we’ve hit so far. Don’t worry, we’ll get to all of them.

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How you can support the CDT.

The Continental Divide Trail Coalition (CDTC) is the 501(c)(3) national non-profit working in partnership with the US Forest Service, National Park Service, and Bureau of Land Management to complete, promote and protect the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail. Founded in 2012 by a passionate group of volunteers and recreationists, CDTC is a membership organization working to building a strong community of supporters who want to see the CDT protected not just for today’s users, but for generations to come.

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