WILD ADVENTURERS GROUNDED IN SPIRIT

A family hikes the Continental Divide Trail.

RICK LIPSEY SPEAKS WITH THE LEWIS FAMILY OF BUENA VISTA, COLORADO.

The 3,100-mile Continental Divide Trail (CDT) is the longest and hardest hiking trail in the United States. From its northern terminus on the Canadian Border in Glacier National Park in Montana, the trail goes south through Idaho, Wyoming, and Colorado, before it ends south of Columbus, New Mexico, on the Mexican border.

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