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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Before the Civil War many roads (originally Native American trails, later stagecoach lines, and eventually Interstate highways), railroads, and rivers that we travel today were traveled by Freedom Seekers (aka as "passengers").
In April 2013, Missouri was awarded the distinction of “Best Trails State” by American Trails, the World's largest online trails resource.
The twenty-third volume of the American Trails series, West from Salt Lake: Diaries from the Central Overland Trail gathers excerpts (many previously unpublished) from twenty-three diaries of emigrants who traveled from Salt Lake City to California during the mid-1800's.
The Cajon Pass was first opened to business by roads that followed old Native American trails. Railroads then utility trunks followed, and the Cajon Pass became a passage of choice for miners, pioneers and others.
November 14-17, 2010 20th American Trails American Trails, FHWA's
The American trails Nadal 4-2 in career meetings but the former U.S.
Park Ranger Thomas Chamberland attended the 2006 National Trails Symposium sponsored by American Trails and completed the training process for UTAP.
Everything from toxic trailside plants to unacceptable horse trail habits is covered, with tips including recommended North American trails and environmentally sensitive camping strategies.
Later that year, a nonprofit coalition called American Trails began a study with the National Park Service.
The six titles comprising Arlan Dean's "Famous American Trails" series (0823972895, $103.50) features The Morman Pioneer Trails: From Nauvoo, Illinois, to The Great Salt Lake, Utah; The Old Spanish Trail: From Santa Fe, New Mexico, To Los Angeles, Calfironia; The Oregon Trail; From Independence, Missouri, To Oregon City, Oregon; The Overland Trail: From Atchison, Kansas, To Ft.
American Trails promotes the creation, conservation and enjoyment of quality trails.

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