trail length

trail length

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The length of cable connecting an aircraft to a tail parachute, an antispin parachute, or other drag devices.
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org offers information on accessing the trails, trail length, and difficulty, as well as often providing maps and photographs.
They insisted [on taking] the shortcut to lessen the trail length and time because they wanted to return to Manila [immediately], the governor's informant said in a text message.
Therefore, the objective of this study is to find out options of optimization of forest road spacing and skid trail length for decreasing the negative effects of redundant length of routes.
Each entry is accompanied with photographs and maps as well as a complete description of the trail length, access points, difficulty rating and surface types.
Bragging Rights: Schuss down the longest trail length (on average) in the East on Mount Mansfield, Vermont's highest peak.
Detailing trails from Big Sur to Sequoia National Park, from Humboldt County's Lost Coast to the Modoc Plateau, this ideal travel companion provides detailed information on trail length, elevation gain, and scenic highlights for hikers of every skill level.
Having visited all accessible peaks himself, the author gives important tips to hikers, including trail length and markings, alternative routes, and some good safety tips, such as, "Do not climb Seward (Franklin County) alone.
On the basis of a total main trail length of 100 km and average trail width of 2.
Other patrollers recalled helping injured hikers and bikers, warning hikers about nearby fires during fire season, and describing trail length and characteristics.
We measured total trail length to the nearest meter and the number of branch points in their trails (two forks each [greater than or equal to]0.
For each mountain, pond, or place of interest, Brown not only gives important and interesting information, but also precise directions, facilities available, dates open, fees, and -- in the case of mountains -- degree of difficulty, elevation and trail length.
The guides neatly call out such essential information as trail length, approximate hiking time, driving time to reach the trailhead, and elevation changes.