The Coalition for Recreational Trails (CRT) presents "Annual Achievement Awards" each year in recognition of trails making outstanding use of Recreational Trails Program (RTP) funds.
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posted Dec 29, 2017
The Wyoming State Trail Crew performs maintenance, rehabilitation and development work on trails across the state.
The White River Valley Trail is a 10.25-mile, natural-surface hiking and mountain biking trail located just outside the city limits of Branson and Hollister, Missouri.
This bridge replaced stepping-stones that once served as the crossing of the Middle Run stream.
The Potts Memorial Park Trail Project used $28,000 in Recreational Trails Program (RTP) funds to make improvements to the trail, including making the trail more accessible to those with disabilities.
Anchorage’s first system of soft-surface, narrow trails built for mountain bikes and foot traffic.
This project continued the implementation of a plan that was initiated in 2006.
The Agassiz Recreational Trail is a rail corridor that was acquired and converted to a natural surface multi-use recreational trail.
The Coalition of Recreational Trail Users (CRTU) is a nonprofit organization formed by a partnership of Minnesota’s motorized recreational trail user communities.
The Recreational Trails Program has made it possible to improve the existing trail system and add a new trail to the Ice Caves.
Long focused on backcountry travel, the program’s scope has been expanded to cover day-use areas and trails.
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