Great Western Trail

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For the rail trails of the same name, see Great Western Trail (Illinois) and Great Western Trail (Iowa). For the cattle trail of the same name, see Great Western Cattle Trail.

The Great Western Trail is a north-south long distance multiple use route which runs from Canada to Mexico through five western states in the United States. The trail has access for both motorized and non-motorized users and traverses 4,455 miles (7,170 km) through Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana. Designated a National Millennium Trail.

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