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Description: Elevations range from 7,000 to 11,000 feet. From Summit Lake Trail in Yellowstone National Park, the trail meanders along the Idaho-Montana border for 80 miles through the Beaverhead National Forest.

Location: The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail does not actually go through Idaho, but rather runs along the border of Idaho and Montana. It runs through the rugged and beautiful Beaverhead Range, then east through the Centennial Mountains.

Some access points include Twin Creek Campground and Lost Trail Pass.


Address: Continental Divide Trail Alliance
P.O. Box 628
Pine, CO  80470
Phone: 888-909-CDTA

Season: spring - fall

Fee: no

Reservations: no
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Notes: For more information on traveling the Continental Divide Trail, go to their website.
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