Continental Divide Trail Coalition

Golden, CO

The Organization

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 protect, promote, and preserve the Continental Divide Trail. CDTC is a membership organization founded by a group of citizens passionate about the CDNST and working to building a strong community of supporters and Trail Enthusiasts who want to see the Trail completed and protected, not just for today’s users, but for future generations to come.

The CDTC Vision:

CDTC envisions the CDT as a place where you connect with friends and family, draw inspiration, and create outstanding personal experiences. We see the CDT as a world-class national resource that inspires pride, passion, respect, creativity, community, and perseverance.

The Colorado Native Brew Crew performs twice yearly maintenance on the Colorado Native section of the Continental Divide Trail, located between Herman Gulch and Berthoud Pass once again! Check out more information about the past trail maintenance projects and any coming ones to volunteer for:

Volunteer Projects

The below pictures are of Brew Crew members volunteering at Jones Pass, July 22, 2016



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