- "SQUEAKY"'s 2005 Triple Crown Journal
Squeky attempted to conquer the Triple Crown, that is: Appalachian Trail (AT), Continental Divide Trail (CDT) and Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) in one year. Read his journal here.
- Continental Divide Trail TrailQuest
TrailQuest has a lot of trip reports, articles and links on the Continental Divide Trail.
- Great Western Loop: General Information
Andrew Skurka's enormous accomplishment to hike five major trails (the Pacific Crest Trail, Pacific Northwest Trail, Continental Divide Trail, Grand Enchantment Trail, and Arizona Trail)in one go, is something we can only dream of. He walked 6,875 miles in 208 days, including a 675-mile trail-less segment in the Sonoran and Mojave desert. We can however join him on his hike, reading his account, viewing the impressive picture account, and learn from his gear list and diet tips.
- Phlumf: Continental Divide Trail
Phlumf is this website called. Read the account of the thru-hike of the PCT, read about grizzly bears and watch the pictures
Flyin' Brain took the Appalachian Trail three times. In 2001 he finished the Big Three in one go: Appalachian Trail, Continental Divide Trail and Continental Crest Trail, the Triple Crown, 7371 miles in one year. Read the story.
- Sea-to-Sea Route 2004-05
In 2003, Andrew Skurka decided to hike from Sea to Sea. In the next year, he strung together the International Appalachian Trail, Appalachain Trail, Long Trail, North Country Trail, Continental Divide Trail and Pacific Northwest Trail to a 7,800 miles continuous traject. The route is in the far north of the US, bordering Canada. He walked east-west, starting in the summer and finishing next year early summer in the Rockies. Check his account, gear list, trip logs and photo gallery.
- Anneliese and the Continental Divide Trail, Directory
Attractive pages: day to day descriptions and pictures, made in 2002.
- CDT 2002
Ken and Marcia walked all the way from Mexico to Canada along the Continental Divide Trail:"We found the CDT much more challenging than the PCT." It took them 5 months to finish this hiking trail.
- CDT Best Photos 1
Good picture gallery.
- CDT Journal and raw food
Follow Doug Walsh as he hikes the 3,000 mile Continental Divide Trail on a 100% raw food diet.
- Continental Divide Trail | Travels | Francis Tapon
Everything: gear list, dogs, mosquitos, grizzly and much more.
- Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide
A trail journal, covering one month on the CDT. Trail diary and many pictures.
- PMags.com: - Hiking, Backpacking and Long Distance Hiking Info - Walking the Backbone - Paul Magnanti's 2006 Continental Divide Trail Thru-Hike
His journal, maildrop list, a Dircy CDT Planning Guide and more.
- The Continental Divide Trail 2009
The author followed the CDT during one month. His diary and picture gallery give a detailed account.
- Triple Crown One Year
An account of hiking the Triple Crown - three toughest trails in America, The Appalachian Trail (AT), the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), and the Continental Divide Trail (CDT) - in one year, 2002, a year with lots of snow. They made it up to 5500 miles in 9.5 months.