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American Hiking Trails: Continental Divide Trail By Aaron Johnson, Joel Anderson, 2022


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One of the most popular hiking trials in the world, the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail stretches 3,028 miles between the U.S. border with Chihuahua, Mexico and the border with Alberta, Canada. From the arid deserts of New Mexico to the cool alpine peaks of the northern Rockies, the Continental Divide Trail winds its way through the stunning and diverse landscapes of the central United States, a ribbon that ties together many of the defining moments and movements in our nation’s history. The trail stretches across the United States twisting and turning to follow the spine of the continent. The dry, sandy deserts of New Mexico slowly rise into the breathless peaks of Colorado, descending into Wyoming’s grassy plains and the mystical landscape of Yellowstone. The trail then moves along the forested mountains of Idaho and Montana before ascending the tall, sharp, rocky peaks of Glacier National Park, with the Canadian border on the horizon. The Continental Divide Trail blazes a path through some of the nation’s most treasured scenic terrain. Some people attempt to travel the entire 3,100 miles in a single season, while others enjoy the trail a few miles at a time. Now available as a poster print, canvas, metal sign, mini-canvas, notecard, or postcard, this original vintage-style illustration will look great on any wall. Styled after the vintage poster art and travel art of the mid-20th century, this artwork is the perfect gift for anyone who’s enjoyed hiking the Continental Divide Trail. To learn more about the wonders of the Continental Divide Trail, check out the website for the Continental Divide Trail Coalition.

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