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Classic vertical display board on the Lomaki Trail which accesses Pueblo ruins sites; Wupatki National Monument in northeast Arizona
The concrete trail has built-in culverts to accommodate water in the railroad drainage ditches; Denver's Sanderson Gulch Trail
Members of the Birmingham Audubon Society hike the Chief Ladiga Trail in the Piedmont, Alabama area
Accessible route to river with benches along the concrete trail.
A family outing in Galloway Village along the Galloway Creek Greenway; Springfield, Missouri
Looking east toward the oil refinery, on the Thompson Trail Project, a railtrail in Anacortes, Washington
Planter on the pedestrian bridge above the Truckee River in downtown Reno, Nevada
Sign directing both bikers and walkers along Highline Trail; Aurora, Colorado
Greenbelt wetland boardwalk; Lakewood, Colorado
Near the east end of Thompson Trail railroad trestle, looking east, near Anacortes, Washington
Planks hold up crushed rock surface over seasonal wet area; Elk Meadow Park, Jefferson County Open Space, Colorado
More development along the Highline Canal Trail in Aurora, Colorado
Crusher fines trail climbing gentle slope in Elk Meadow Park, Jefferson County, CO
Well-built crusher fines trail is separated from concrete; Cherry Creek Trail, Denver, Colorado
Planked walk in Bible Park; Denver, Colorado
Senior walking group at the Heritage Rail Trail County Park; York County, Pennsylvania
Hikers on the Northern Delaware Greenway Trail in Alapocas Run State Park, Delaware
Trails along tracks in Washington
Here the edging keeps water from draining so obstacles in the form of drainage bars were placed to try to keep the crushed rock from eroding.
Thompson Trail Project, a railtrail in Anacortes, Washington, looking west
Mile post includes destination information on the Willamette River Greenway; Eugene, Oregon
Concrete trail and planters along the embankment of the Truckee River in downtown Reno, Nevada; pedestrian bridge in the background, looking west
A better crusher fines trail in Bluff Lake Nature Area; Denver, Colorado
Fairhope, Alabama's bayfront portion of the Eastern Shore National Recreation Trail is a wide path that is well used by walkers of all ages
Hot Metal Bridge -- Great Allegheny Passage, Three Rivers Heritage Trail; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Sandstone slabs make an artistic gateway to a section of Cherry Creek Trail, Denver, Colorado.
East end of former railroad trestle on Thompson Trail Project, a rail trail in Anacortes, Washington
Crusher fines trail climbing gentle slope in Elk Meadow Park; Jefferson County, Colorado
Walk-through sculpture on trail in Seattle’s Space Needle Park
Walkway from street crossing railroad to access Schuylkill River Trail, Philadelphia
Typical crusher fines trail in a natural setting