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Typical sign identifying route and informing users of destinations on the Osaugie Trail; Superior, Wisconsin
Arrow directs trail users to main bikeway; other route leads to parking lot at the Aurora Reservoir in Aurora, Colorado
Sign where spur trail takes off from the Superior Hiking Trail in Duluth, Minnesota
Simple trail navigation that compliments the natural setting at Mt. Pisgah Arboretum; Eugene, Oregon
Lower Cache River water trail signage
Simple, all-weather trail marking just off the beach on the Oregon Coast Trail
Fort Worden State Park, Port Townsend, Washington
Sign for Waller Creek Trail built out of limestone with glazed ceramic sign, Austin, Texas
Left turn marker on a blue marked trail in the Czech Republic.
Trail blaze on Australian bushwalking track.
Tourist trail signs for cycling (top) and hiking (bottom) in the Czech Republic.
Sign asks bicycles to yield to skaters and runners, Liberty Park Trail; Salt Lake City, Utah
Sign directing users to either Cherry Creek Trail or trail to Hampden Heights Park in Denver, Colorado
In addition to the yield sign, arrows apparently indicate users are to keep right on the Withlacoochie State Trail, Florida
Standard trail identification and numbering markers applied to fiberglass post; Phoenix Mountain Parks, Arizona
Intersection sign directs users to continuation of the Cherry Creek Trail in Denver, Colorado
Direction signs where trail is routed under road on the Little Tennessee Greenway National Recreation Trail; Franklin, Tennessee
Sign directs trail users at street intersection, Little Tennessee Greenway National Recreation Trail; Franklin, Tennessee
Elaborate trail sign with map and directions to points of interest; Willamette River Greenway, Portland, Oregon
Rock Creek Trail at intersection with Georgetown Branch Trail; Bethesda, Maryland
Central Canal Towpath; Indianapolis
Routed and painted wood sign; Arches National Monument, Moab, Utah
Sign direction trail users down dead-end street to continuation of trail in La Conner, Washington