American Trails

American Trails

Address:PO Box 491797
Redding, CA 96049

Phone:530-547-2060
Fax:530-547-2035
Web: www.americantrails.org
Established: 1988. Description:Works to promote, stimulate, and develop a better understanding and respect for all types of trails, including hiking, bicycling, mountain biking, horseback riding, water trails, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, trail motorcycling, ATVs, snowmobiling and four-wheeling. Coordinates local, state, and national trails organizations and provides a forum for the exchange of technical information. Seeks to establish a network of trails and greenways across America for recreational and educational use by the public. Members: 500. Dues: $25/year.
Publications: American Trails Magazine (3x/year); free to members.

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Eighty percent of noninterstate roads were Native American trails, according to Downes.
The popularity of the Three Capes Track has surpassed expectations, with 11,527 people walking the track in 2016-17 (and a total of 19,000 walkers expected by mid-November plus strong forward bookings through summer) and US trail developer, American Trails, awarding it the International Planning and Design Award earlier this year.
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The American trails Nadal 4-2 in career meetings but the former U.
Park Ranger Thomas Chamberland attended the 2006 National Trails Symposium sponsored by American Trails and completed the training process for UTAP.
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Later that year, a nonprofit coalition called American Trails began a study with the National Park Service.
American Trails promotes the creation, conservation and enjoyment of quality trails.
Tepees have been replaced by missile silos, Native American trails by highways driven by "skunk wagons" (Russell's name for cars).

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