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This U.S. Fish and Wildlife presentation by Quinn Brett focuses on trail information and trail usability.
Accessibility means more than ADA. What makes you feel welcome in outdoor spaces? When you visit a new park, how do you know that people want you to be there, that you belong?
Located in the Sonoran desert, this paved interpretative, signed trail gives an overview of the plants, animals, and weather encountered in the desert.
This fully accessible boardwalk trail features fossil replicas and exhibits of now extinct creatures that once roamed the area.
American Trails sends out two monthly eNewsletters to the trails community: our beloved Trail Tracks eNewsletter and our new Pathways Professional Development eNewsletter.
We are excited to announce the projects we selected for funding for the 2024 Legacy Trail Program grant cycle. In this second year of the program, we funded a total of $1.35 million to 27 organizations.
American Trails is partnering with Trans Canada Trail to launch the inaugural North American Trail Sector Survey.
From our webinar archive we bring you Increasing Community Engagement on Local Trails During National Trails Day®.
Trails and greenways create healthy recreation and transportation opportunities by providing people of all ages with attractive, safe, accessible and low- or no-cost places to cycle, walk, hike, jog or skate.