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Websites for CDT Trail Towns, Lodges & Chambers Of Commerce
This page will be used to provide links to Web sites for the various towns, cities, resorts and lodges near the Continental Divide Trail. There are also links for the departments of tourism and recreation for the states that the trail traverses.
These sites can be useful in planning. The folks who operate them usually will provide as much information as they can concerning their specific area or business. Occasionally, maps and information packages are available. Most of the sites have a phone number or email address that can be used to request additional information about motels and other businesses, post offices, transportation, weather and forest fires, etc.
Links to other sites that provide valuable information pertaining to CDT trail towns are shown at the bottom of the page.
If anyone has other links, send them to me as email at firstname.lastname@example.org. This link can also be used to report broken / dead links here (they change frequently), or if you have comments or suggestions concerning the page.
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New Mexico Dept. of Tourism - These folks will answer your NM questions to the best of their ability, and will also send a free information information packet that contains road maps, etc. Their toll free number is 1-800-733-6396, ext. 0643.
Colorado Dept. of Tourism & Recreation
Wyoming Dept. of Travel & Tourism
Idaho Travel & Tourism
Montana Dept. of Tourism & Recreation
Town Or Place Names (Listed By State):
Gila Hot Springs
(Silverthorne, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain)
Leadville / Twin Lakes
Big Sandy Lodge
Togwotee Lodge (Formerly Cowboy Lodge)
East Glacier Park
Tom Bombaci's New Mexico Resources List
Jim & Ginny Owen's Town Info At CDT-L Archives
Jim & Ginny Owen's Town /Mileage Info At CDT-L Archives
Rainmaker's Reviews Of Colorado Trail Towns Used In 2003