Black Canyon Trail

Linking Arizona Communities Past and Present

This presentation will show how the Black Canyon National Recreation Trail is evolving into a trail tourist destination

Speakers: Bob Cothern, Board member, Volunteer Coordinator, Black Canyon Trail Coalition; Linda Slay, President, Black Canyon Trail Coalition; Troy Rarick, Founder/General Manager, Over the Edge Sports

This presentation will show how the Black Canyon National Recreation Trail is evolving into a trail tourist destination through collaboration of government agencies, non-profit organizations, trail user groups, and communities. The desire is to encourage other trail managers and organizations to develop trail tourism in their areas as a way to provide healthy outdoor activities and a foundation for economic development.

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