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published Feb 16, 2021
This survey aims to quantify the capacity of the trails community to build, maintain, and develop trails now, and to provide input to GAOA and LWCF funding.
published Feb 15, 2021
Amy Camp with Cycle Forward
A trail need not be over 100 miles in length to become a travel destination. Plenty of people desire shorter trail experiences and are willing to design a trip around them just the same.
posted Feb 12, 2021
Trails for drivers! What can we learn about the scenic byway visitor experience by looking at it from the traveler’s perspective? A lot! A high-quality visitor experience creates lasting memories that travelers want to repeat and share.
published Feb 11, 2021
American Trails Staff
The results are in! Here are our picks from the 230 photos submitted for the 2020 photo contest.
published Feb 5, 2021
Jim Schmid shares his review of this recently released book. In Journeys North, legendary trail angel, thru hiker, and former PCTA board member Barney Scout Mann spins a compelling tale of six hikers on the Pacific Crest Trail in 2007 as they walk from Mexico to Canada.
published Aug 1, 2004
Roger Moore with North Carolina State University
This synthesis is intended to establish a baseline of the current state of knowledge and practice and to serve as a guide for trail managers and researchers.
posted Jan 26, 2021
It's 2021. A new year. A new beginning. A new perspective. As you know, ICTH was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But now it's time to RE-IGNITE the energy that has always been ICTH!
Introduces sustainable trail maintenance practices including evaluation of trail condition, coordinating with land managers; tool selection, use and maintenance, and personal and crew safety considerations. Developing maintenance plans and basic trail maintenance techniques are also covered in this course. Instructor: Tony Boone
posted Jan 22, 2021
This webinar will identify trail studies and existing programs that may effectively promote and increase the use of trails among youth, especially those from under-resourced neighborhoods or communities.
posted Jan 14, 2021
Walk audits are a common public engagement activity used in pedestrian planning, but often are not accessible to or inclusive of people with disabilities. People with disabilities are more likely to rely on walking for daily trips and may be more aware of and impacted by problems in the transportation network. Planning and street design processes benefit from incorporating the expertise of people with disabilities; when a street is accessible for people with disabilities, it is accessible for all people. The Inclusive Walk Audit Facilitator's Guide, developed by the Minnesota Department of Health and Alta Planning + Design, provides specific guidance and information on how to better include people with disabilities and to highlight disability in walk audits so that planning processes are more inclusive.
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Fort Worden State Park, Port Townsend, Washington
Routed and painted wood sign; Arches National Monument, Moab, Utah
Sign helps users find trail beyond point of interest; Arches National Monument, Moab, Utah
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Friends of Florida State Forests
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