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The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail

 

Continental Divide tail

 

Congress established the Continental Divide
 National Scenic Trail (CDT) in 1978, envisioning
 a 3,100-mile primitive, challenging backcountry trail
 from Canada to Mexico along the backbone of America.

Approximately 70 percent of the Trail is presently usable.
 A short section traverses east-central Idaho,
 near the border with Montana.

 

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