Continental Divide Trail

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  • Name: Stan Holder
    Email: [email protected]
    Comment: I live in Eureka, MT. I can give people a ride, folks can camp on our lawn, we can offer a shower, etc. You can also call me at 406-788-4973 or 406-889-5268. I have hiked this country a lot and know the history of much of it. See you soon.
  • Name: Linda Vance
    Comment: Willing to provide rides, showers, laundry and a place to sleep near Helena, MT. Text me at 406-437-1083. I’m not one for answering voice calls but I respond to text and email. I know the trail in Montana well.
  • From: Jerry R. Bailey <[email protected]> Subject: Please add our group of Trail Angels to your group. Message Body: Good morning, so happy I found you, we here in Philipsburg, MT are ramping up and have formed the Pintler Wilderness Continental Divide Trail Angels. We would love to be added to your list, if you can, please enter my name, Jerry R. Bailey, 406-560-7100, [email protected], and also please include our Facebook page: and our email is [email protected] Thank you so much, JB in MT
  • Name: Heather Contos
    Comment: Hi! My Wyoming family would love to help out in any way we can, as you travel the southern Wyoming sections of the CDT near Encampment, off of Highway 70 (mile 1569). Offering pick up on trail and drop off on trail to Encampment or Saratoga for medical emergencies. We do live in Laramie 1 hour and 30 minutes away. So we need a heads up! If you are in a jam, I can make some calls for you if I cannot assist you 🙂 We have a trail box on the SOBO entrance at Battle Pass. Be sure to sign the log! My boys and I would love to hear your adventures! We can always bring you to Laramie if you need to leave the trail for hospital, airport, bus or rental car. Happy Trails! ~The Laramie Contos Clan 307-220-8134 call/text -Heather 307-761-0684 call/text- Kevin
  • Name: Cheryl Hodge
    Comment: Hi! I am the contact person for the Atlantic City
    St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Trail Angel Box. The supplies in the box are provided by a grant from the Episcopal Diocese. The box is located in the church sanctuary where Trail people are invited to restock, recover, and restore. I would like to get this information out to Trail people coming through Atlantic City and South Pass Wyoming. Please let me know how to get this information out to CDT hikers and bikers. Thank you . Cheryl
  • From: Alex Artz Subject: Trail Angel in Pinedale WY Message Body: Hi! I am available for any help anyone may need around Pinedale WY. I can help with rides, local advice, mail help and anything else you might need. Texting is prefferred, Alex 308-920-2247
  • Name: Cindy Phelps
    Email: [email protected]
    Comment: I live in Salmon Idaho and would like to help thru hikers on the CDT.
  • Name: Sue Kozacek
    Comment: I live in North Fork, Idaho (25 miles north of Salmon, Idaho) and would like to volunteer to help out thru hikers on the CDT.  My contact is [email protected]  and my phone number is 208-865-2008.
  • Name: Barbara Miller
    Tel: 208-756-4005
    Email: [email protected]
    I’d like to be on the Trail Angels list.  I live near Salmon and I have hiked everything from Leadore to the Montana border.
  • Name: Chuck Deveney
    Email: [email protected]
    Comment: I live in Salida, Co, if you need a ride let me know. I’ve taken hikers down and up for the past few years.
  • From: Jim and Chris Sneaad Subject: Trail Angel CDT Message Body: My husband and I would like to be added as Trail Angels for the CDT at Wolf Creek Pass near Pagosa Springs, CO. We could provide rides to/from town to the post office, grocery store, laundromat, etc. I’m not sure how to sign up. Thanks. Jim and Chris Snead 817.455.7414
  • From: Karla Roquemore <[email protected]>
    Subject: Add to listMessage Body:
    Hi. I am available for rides, in and near Wolf Creek Pass and South Fork, CO (which is a Gateway Community for the CDT). Text is the best as I do not answer calls from numbers I do not recognize-sorry-too many solicitors! Advance notice is the best idea, but not necessary.
  • TLC Ranch
    Owners Larry & Charity VonTress
    Phone (Landline) 575.772.2710 if you would like to call ahead to let us know you are coming.
    Water and camping available. Red spigot is east of the big metal building. We have 3 (large) mastiff dogs that are either in the house or backyard, avoid that area. Please introduce yourself if we are home, if we aren’t home, feel free to get water and camp. We do ask that you please clean up after yourselves. Garbage can provided.
    Our goal for 2019 is to build a shower, picnic area and restore the homestead back into a store. We hope to stock energy bars and items requested by the hikers and bikers.


4 thoughts on “Continental Divide Trail”

  1. Name: Linda Vance
    Comment: Willing to provide rides, showers, laundry and a place to sleep near Helena, MT. Text me at 406-437-1083. I’m not one for answering voice calls but I respond to text and email. I know the trail in Montana well.

  2. I plan on being at Monarch Pass this summer with food, drinks and a recharging station for electronics. I live a few hours away, so will be there off and on for two day stretches. Will post firm dates here as time gets closer. Today is February 12, 2018, so I think we’ve got time to plan ahead. 🙂
    Will also be at Cottonwood Pass and Tincup Pass through the spring/summer. Looking forward to it!

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