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  • Note Card Set

    $5.95

    Set of 4 CT Note Cards and Envelopes

    Colorado Trail note cards you can deliver to friends and family. Or give the set as a gift. Each of the 4 cards has a stunning image taken along The Colorado Trail. (See each of the images here. Thanks to the CT travelers who’ve contributed them.) On the back the photographer is credited above the familiar CT marker, website and address. Note card envelopes are included and the set is packaged in a resealable cellophane sleeve.

    • greeting card size, 5 x 7 inches
    • blank inside
    • coated matte paper shows off the colorful images
    • envelopes included
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  • Latitude 40° – Salida / Buena Vista Trails Map

    $13.95

    One great map for CT users!  You’ll appreciate this map as a supplement to CT guides including the Databook and Map Book.  It folds out to cover a large landscape and shows features of real interest to trail users, like routes to fourteeners, CT Collegiate Loop, nearby resupply towns, and much more.  It is printed on durable plastic and totally waterproof with UTM & latitude/longitude grid.

    • Entire CT Collegiate Loop
    • Access roads to Collegiate East and Collegiate West
    • 14 fourteeners
    • Trails to 14ers, plus proximity to The Colorado Trail
    • CT Collegiate West addition shows end to end
    • Broad coverage includes 191 miles of The Colorado Trail
    • Resupply towns & road routes, including Buena Vista, Salida, Mt. Princeton Hot Springs and more
    • Accurate (GPSed trails & roads)
    • Monarch Crest Trail
    • 66 miles of the Arkansas River with rapids and recreation areas

     Map Coverage covers all or part of 44 USGS 1:24,000 7.5-minute topographic maps

    • North  Twin Lakes
    • South  Bonanza
    • East  Badger Creek
    • West  Taylor Park

    Size: 38″ x 25″ flat,  8.25″ x 4.25″ folded

    Weight: 3.2 ounces

    Scale: 1:75,000; 1 inch = 1.2 miles or 1.9 km

    Contour Interval: 80 feet with shaded relief base

    Latest Edition: 5th – 2020

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  • Grey Trail Marker Cap

    $22.95

    Take a part of The Colorado Trail with you wherever you go! This lightweight grey cap features a replica, metallic-look, CT trail marker.

    Sparks conversation about the trail!

    This is a unisex cap with a low profile, unstructured crown and hook and loop tab back closure. It has a wicking finish with UV protection (UPF 40+).

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  • ‘Elk Creek Vista’ Matted CT Print

    $35.00$125.00

    Perhaps the most iconic view along the entire Colorado Trail, this is the ‘Elk Creek Vista’ from the Continental Divide in CT Segment 24 above Silverton. This beautiful matted print of Julie Leidel’s original Colorado artwork was created in partnership with The Colorado Trail Foundation.

    Choose from three sizes (in inches):

    • 5×7 print (mat fits an 8×10 frame)
    • 8×10 print (mat fits an 11×14 frame)
    • 11×14 print (mat fits a 16×20 frame)

    SHIPMENT NOTE: While most orders ship in a single package, your Matted Print will ship in a sturdy cardboard envelope, and MAY ARRIVE SEPARATELY FROM OTHER ITEMS.

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  • Bigboy 2000 Saw

    $69.95

    There are folding saws and then there is the Bigboy 2000.

    Longer than most other folding saws, yet it still fits nicely in most day packs. With a blade length of over 14 inches, the Bigboy offers a larger cutting capacity, extended reach, and longer stroke. The curved blade is seriously sharp, made of high quality, chrome-plated steel, and the XL teeth ensure super speedy cutting. This saw can cut large limbs, small trunks and even many of the fallen trees that block the trail. Lightweight for its size, it weighs just 1.25lb. It has a grippy rubber-clad, thick aluminum handle and a superb blade locking mechanism that offers 2 blade positions for versatility.  If you might need to cut bigger material than what an average length folding saw can handle, the Bigboy 2000 is a “must have.”

    CT day travelers especially like to have this saw (and pack it) so they can contribute to maintaining and clearing The Colorado Trail.

    • Blade Length 14.2″
    • Folded Length – 15.8″
    • Open Length Overall – 30.1″
    • Teeth Per Inch – 5.5 (XL Teeth, curved blade)
    • Weight – 1.25 pounds
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  • Katanaboy 650

    $299.95

    Super large folding saw, lightest for backcountry, the Silky Katanaboy 650.

    A two-handed, professional saw, it offers a larger cutting capacity, extended reach, and longer stroke, making it possible to speedily and easily clear most of the logs that block The Colorado Trail.

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  • Colorado Trail Belt

    $41.95

    Custom CT Logo Belt

    Matte-black metal buckle with white, custom CT logo. Stealth-black layered nylon strap is very comfortable. Track adjustment every 1/4-inch enables fine tuning; you can get it just right.

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  • Custom CT Logo Belt

    $48.95

    Handsome metal buckle with engraved, Colorado Trail logo. Instantly recognizable by CT enthusiasts. The buckle is a beautifully finished, deep silver color and the engraved logo shows in what we call “mountain storm white-out.”

    The stealth-black layered nylon strap is ultra durable and wears very comfortably. The 40mm size fits belt loops easily. (40mm is just over 1-1/2 inches.) The length handles waist sizes up to 42-inch and, for smaller sizes, is easy to cut to length.

    No holes. The belt and buckle utilize a track system that adjusts in increments of 1/4-inch, a much finer adjustment than belts with holes, making it easy to get just right.

    Made by Mission Belt exclusively for The Colorado Trail Foundation and Colorado Trail enthusiasts.

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  • Commemorative “Gudy Gaskill” Top

    $18.95

    “Mother of The Colorado Trail,” Gudy Gaskill (and others) wore one just like this as she led the very first, celebratory CT thru-hike, the “Trail-A-Bration,” in 1988, the first full year the trail was open. Her favorite, she was also wearing it in her iconic photo.

    Size: women’s (runs small; women’s fitted cut)

    Color: White or pink

    Soft, 100% cotton.

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  • 300-Mile Pin

    $3.00

    Colorado Trail 300-Mile Pin

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  • Package Deal : Long Trails “How to Thru-Hike” and Voices of The Colorado Trail

    $44.90

    Save $5.00 on this awesome package!

    “Long Trails, Mastering the Art of the Thru-Hike” and “Voices of The Colorado Trail”…

    • Backpacker Long Trails, Mastering the Art of the Thru-Hike: This is the best, comprehensive, ‘how to’ thru-hike book. It is an easy read or can be used as a reference manual. You’ll find trail-proven advice on selecting gear, stocking resupplies, and planning your budget and schedule, complete with gorgeous photographs of life on the trail.
    • Voices of The Colorado Trail: Insightful stories about the experience of hiking The Colorado Trail along with wonderful photographs of both the personalities of trail travelers (all kinds) and the beautiful scenery of the CT. This book has been helpful to those planning their own hikes as well as appreciated by loved ones who, before they read this book, just did not ‘get it.’
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  • Donation

    The CT Foundation appreciates your purchases here at the CT Store, as we use a portion of your expenditures to sustain the Trail Stewardship and preserve The Colorado Trail. Thank you.

    Please also consider making a donation and help sustain the effort even more. Donations to The Colorado Trail Foundation are tax-deductible.

    CTF Tax ID, 84-1057336

    Your support will help cover the costs of maintaining and improving all 567 miles of the CT.

    • Enlisting and equipping volunteers
    • Supporting crews and adopters
    • Assisting trail users

    See also: Volunteering…another way to contribute

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