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Design and Management for Backcountry Horse Trails
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Developing Sustainable Mountain Trail Corridors
Trail Construction and Maintenance Notebook
Building Better Asphalt Trails
USFS Accessibility Guidebook for Outdoor Recreation and Trails
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Nature Trail Development on Small Acreages
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Multi-use Trail Surface Study
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Creating Accessible Trails with Universally Designed Interpretation
Water Trail Accessibility
Other Power-driven Mobility Devices (OPDMD)
Trails and the New Federal Accessibility Guidelines
Sustainable Trails for All
The Third Mode: Connecting Greenways, Trails and Active Mobility
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Talisi Riverwalk Trail Extension - Alabama
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Interpretive sign celebrating the explorers and fur traders who travelled along what is now the Platte River Greenway, Denver, CO; Dec 2010
Crusher fines trail climbing gentle slope in Elk Meadow Park, Jefferson County, CO
The plank edging is supposed to keep the crusher fines in place; Big Dry Creek Nature Trail, Westminster, CO.
A better crusher fines trail in the same Bluff Lake Nature Area, Denver
Water running down the slope gathers on the crusher fines trail because of insufficient cross slope of the trail.
Trail climbs at a low angle up the face of Westerly Creek Dam, Denver.
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