The Final, northernmost section of the CDT, and the 20th section of the CDT in Montana (although it is technically located in Alberta, Canada), runs for 4.3 miles along the shores of Waterton Lake from the US/Canada border to the Northern Terminus of the Continental Divide Trail at the Bertha Lake Trailhead in Waterton, Alberta.
Recommended parking spot: Bertha Lake Trailhead (Northern Terminus): lat=49.0466190876, lon=-113.917041108
There is also an alternative ending and northern terminus to the Continental Divide Trail: click on over to the Alt Section 19
to check it out.
Trail length: 4 miles
Posted by Greg Heil on March 19, 2013
Trail System Continental Divide Trail: Montana
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