The CDT monument has nothing to do with what most of us have come to know as the CDR ride (Continental Divide Ride) which I rode first in 2004 and have come across many times since on other rides. This is a spectacular monument put up by the BLM that marks the Southern end of the famous CDT which stands for the "Continental Divide Trail"-------------a hiking trail that follows the continental divide mostly from New Mexico to Canada--most of which motorized vehicles are not allowed on. And the gps coordinates are cut into the stone right on the front of it----which let me navigate to it. Here is a map which gives you an idea just where this thing is---------it's not anywhere near Antelope Wells New Mexico---the Southern end of the CDR. The red track---is the actual route we road to get to the monument---all dirt. The CDT trail does not follow this track much---but this tracks lets you get to the monument on public BLM lands without trespassing, or riding thru private property or some cowboys ranch. The route is signed public lands. The light blue track is the actual CDR route----this part of it in New mexico is paved. The darker blue track to the left is the actual Continental Divide----I drew a track of the complete thing as a reference when I'm out riding.