The Great Divide Trail in North America is estimated to be 700 miles (1127 kilometers) long, and takes 47 days* to complete when hiking at an average of 15 miles (25 kilometers) per day.
This trail is also referred to as the GDT.
It is a linear trail, which means that to do a thru hike, you will have to start and end your hike in different places.
The Great Divide Trail has 2 terminuses. Most thruhikers choose to start their hike at the Southern Terminus in Waterton Park, Alberta, Canada and end their hike at the Northern Terminus in Fraser-Fort George, British Columbia, Canada.
The Great Divide Trail Association takes on the task of maintaining, improving, and advocating for the Great Divide Trail as its trail association.
|Name||Great Divide Trail|
|Length||700 miles (1127 kilometers)|
|Far Out Guide||Great Divide Trail Map|
|Trail Association||Great Divide Trail Association|
|Terminus A||Southern Terminus, Waterton Park, Alberta, Canada|
|Terminus B||Northern Terminus, Fraser-Fort George, British Columbia, Canada|
Estimated Total Budget (USD): $3,645.00