CDTC is the lead national non-profit membership organization founded to build a strong community of supporters and Trail Enthusiasts who want to see the Trail completed and protected. CDTC is involved in trail planning, scouting and construction, fundraising, advocacy, volunteer recruitment and coordination, distribution of public information, education and conservation of the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail and its Corridor. CDTC is headquartered in Golden, Colorado, with a broad base of board members and supporters in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, and across the United States. CDTC has over 1200 members CDTC supports the following principles: The Vision of and implements the CDT Leadership Council Charter. The management of the CDT is seamless across Federal, State, and other administrative boundaries. Trail routing provides for nationally renowned high-quality hiking and/or horseback riding trail experiences that strive to highlight the significant features and provide connectors to communities along the CDT. The intent of the trail is to provide primarily a non-motorized experience consistent with the National Trails System Act and the 2009 CDT Comprehensive Plan. Land and resource management plans provide direction for the CDT that is consistent with the National Trails System Act. The natural, historic, cultural, and scenic features of the CDT are sustained over time. CDT interpretive and educational materials include accurate information on significant features, trail location and conditions, and access. This information is readily available. Trail partnerships between the Continental Divide Trail Coalition and others are developed, nurtured, and promoted. Youth, volunteers, and private nonprofit trail groups are engaged and involved in the planning, management, construction, and maintenance of the trail.Something looks off?