The Wyoming section of the Continental Divide Trail rolls 550 miles from mountains down to basin and back up to the mountains again. Along the way, you can expect to find craggy peaks, meadows, desert plains and deep gorges. The C.D.T. within Wyoming passes through amazingly diverse terrain from rolling Sierra Madre Mountains, to southern Great Basin desert, through the craggy Wind River Range, and the steaming geysers of Yellowstone National Park.
Overall, Continental Divide National Scenic Trail is the 13th most popular hiking trail of all 18 hikes in Wyoming.