The Continental Divide Trail stretches 3,050 miles from its Southern terminus at Crazy Cook Monument in New Mexico's bootheel, all the way to its Northern terminus at the Canadian border of Waterton Lake in Glacier National Park. The CDT crosses through 5 states as it traces its way along the backbone of North America's Continental Divide. Known for being the longest, hardest, highest and most remote of the “triple Crown” long distance hiking trails the CDT provides the user with a wild escape in the Rocky Mountains.  Rich with history of the west visitors can walk among Anasazi Ruins, over mining camps in Colorado’s high country and among the same mountains and passes that Lewis and Clark used during their corps of discovery.