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The results are in! Here are our picks from the 591 photos submitted for the 2022 photo contest.
Mud season, Mother Nature’s torment to those who seek solace in nature.
This multi-use trail runs more than 52 miles and is one of the longest paved trails in Wisconsin.
This book covers the political, cultural, transportation, design, and land-use issues that have shaped the rail-trail movement.
Formerly a Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway line, the Conotton Creek Bike Trail now provides one of the few walking, running, and biking trails in this region of the state.
The trail system consists of seven trails, accessible from the Visitor Center, that provide the opportunity to observe the seven distinct habitats of Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge (BBNWR).
GEOWEB® panels are used to reconstruct Kittery Point's walking trail and maintenance road.
Tennessee State Parks Win National Award for Tires to Trails Program
This 7.25-mile-long trail offers hikers and cyclists access to some of Florida’s unique habitats – salt marsh, tidal creeks, coastal estuary, oak hammock, and pine flatwoods – as they follow two-track limestone paths left from historic uses of this land.
Brighton Park, formerly the Henninger Landfill, was a construction and demolition debris landfill in the Old Brooklyn neighborhood of Cleveland that ceased operation in the 1980s.
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Assessing the Condition and Sustainability of the Trail System at Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve
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Owens Field Pump Track, South Carolina
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