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The Bright Angel Trail was originally used by the Havasupai Indians to commute between the South Rim and Indian Garden; Grand Canyon, Arizona
This bridge in a park is really a planked walk with handrails; Asheville, North Carolina
Trailhead signs at Howe Township Park on the Juniata River Water Trail
Harbins Park equestrian trails offer a series of natural surface travel paths that network for pedestrian use throughout the park and offer access to a variety of park areas.
Boardwalk at Bumpass Hell in the Lassen Volcanic National Park, northern California
Ramp used in a park with handrails following building standard rather than more appropriate Accessible Recreation Route guidelines which would omit railings; Aurora, Colorado
Fort Worden State Park, Port Townsend, Washington
Walking the beach on the Cape Alava National Recreation Trail
Trail crosses railroad running thru city park in Davenport, Iowa
View of trail with railroad crossing ahead; city park in Davenport, Iowa
Artistic shade structures add interesting shadows to park trail in downtown Phoenix, Arizona
New accessible, waterless restroom at trailhead in DeSoto State Park near Fort Payne, Alabama
Graphic to emphasize "dogs on leash" at Pinole Point Park, San Francisco East Bay
Typical road crossing on Cherry Creek State Park trail system; Denver, Colorado
Murals on freeway piers along trail through San Diego’s Chicano Park
Another common water hazard is overflow from wetland adjacent to trails in Cherry Creek State Park; Denver, Colorado
Mule Riders on South Kaibab Trail, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ
Crusher fines trail through mowed turf park at Westerly Creek Dam, Denver.
Mowed grass trail through park in Bettendorf, Iowa
South Kaibab National Recreation Trail in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
Virginia's James River State Park pet-friendly trails.
Mine Kill Falls winter side drainage; Mine Kill State Park, North Blenheim.