Design a Trail Worth Traveling To

Learn how to plan an initial trail layout.

by Randy Martin, President, Trailscape

On a very limited budget, a simple but well-designed trail system may be the ingredient to set a community apart and attract visitors. Learn how to plan an initial trail layout.

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About the Author

Randy Martin is president of Trailscape inc. and can be reached through his website Trailscape.net or [email protected]lscape.net. Footage taken at the Susanville Ranch Park can be seen at youtube.com/trailscape

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