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Ice Age Trail veterans stop in Wausau

WAUSAU, Wisconsin (WSAW) – Veterans who pledged to travel 1,200 miles on the Ice Age Trail in Wisconsin have stopped at Wausau Foreign War Veterans Station 388. The trail is traveled by many veterans a part of Warrior expeditions, a non-profit organization that teaches veterans how to use the outdoors …

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Delaware River Heritage Trail 130 Bypass makes its debut

Burlington County officially cut the ribbon Saturday morning on a new 5.5-mile portion of the Delaware River Heritage Trail at Crystal Lake Park in Mansfield. Open to walkers, hikers, and bikers alike, the Delaware River Heritage Trail 130 Bypass is the largest addition to the network in South Jersey to …

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Essex-Hudson Greenway Trail from Montclair to Jersey City NJ in Danger

Defenders of the Essex-Hudson Greenway, a proposed walking and cycling trail that would stretch from Montclair to Jersey City, say New Jersey rulers are allowing a once-in-a-lifetime escape opportunity. The Essex-Hudson Greenway project, in a statement released last month, said: “The dream of creating a nine-mile, 135-acre linear park in …

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Dark Horse (part two) – Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Dated: Friday, April 18, 1958 Big title: Legitimate theater will be presented in Estes this summer Body: Ten college students, majoring in drama, will perform at least ten weeks of legitimate theater this summer in the former ice rink attached to the Dark Horse and Riverside Ballroom. Bert Zumbotel, acting …

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Find trail solutions | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo of Deb Gau Marshall City staff say the trails at Independence Park are in poor condition and need to be replaced. But at the same time, they are also considering expanding an undersized stormwater retention pond at the southern end of the park. MARSHALL – The trails at Independence …

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Big South Fork traffic signs totaling over $ 1,000 stolen

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WATE) – Rangers at the Big South Fork National River Park and Recreation Area are looking for those responsible for the theft of five traffic signs on Wednesday, June 16. The signs directed visitors to points of interest along Blue Heron Overlook Road in the Barthell area. on …

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New trail and interpretive center open on Pembroke Drive

RENO, Nevada (KOLO) – Rosewood Lakes Golf Course, meet the Rosewood Nature Study Area. “People were dying to come in here and explore the habitats that are out there,” said Heidi Anderson, executive director of the Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation. On Saturday morning, members of the Town of Reno, the …

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Take the Steuben County Trail Trek | Life

ANGOLA – There is a new trail challenge in Angola using the northernmost section of the Poka-Bache trail. The Steuben County Trail Trek is a 7.4 mile trek, if you do it from start to finish. If you hike a round trip the total is 14.8 miles. The hike begins …

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Sandy Seep Trail on Mount Elden

Short, easy and scenic, the Sandy Seep Trail offers quick access to a network of roads on the eastern slopes of Mount Elden, northeast of Flagstaff. While the 1.5-mile trail makes for a fun, self-contained hike, it also serves as a ramp for the 42-mile Flagstaff Loop Trail that circles …

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The tragic origins of the Appalachian trail

IIt’s been 100 years since an unemployed forester named Benton MacKaye had the idea for an Appalachian Trail from Maine to Georgia. Today we know the trail for the hiking possibilities it offers, but its inventor had something much more ambitious in mind. In the wake of his own personal …

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Podcast: Getting to Know Trail Creator Greg Jolliffe

We sat down with @GregorJolliffe to talk about his cycling journey so far, his time at the famous BASIC MTB program in Scotland, downhill and enduro, and the path that eventually led him to a career as a professional trail builder. Some of Greg’s notable projects so far include building …

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Oxford Food Trail – The Oxford Eagle

It’s no secret that Oxford is on the map for the wealth of his culinary scene which includes award-winning restaurants, vscelebrity chefs and a variety of food that spans the globe and back. The idea of ​​the Oxford Food Trail began as a way to help restaurants after the year …

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NELA’s best hikes to walk your dog

Dog walker enters Ernest E. Debs Regional Park in Montecito Heights | Photo by Rick Loomis / LATimes By Mary Lynch A trail through northeast Los Angeles has been named one of the The best urban trails in Los Angeles for dogs by the LA Times. Nicknamed the Montecito Heights …

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Volunteers needed for trail projects in the region

The Idaho Trails Association is looking for hikers who want to participate in day, weekend and week projects throughout the summer to maintain the trails in the North. Idaho. No experience is necessary to participate and hikers of all skill levels are encouraged to participate. All tools and training will …

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Rich Foundation Supports Civil Rights Trail with Grant |

ATLANTA – The Georgia Historical Society has announced that it has received an $ 85,000 grant from the Rich Foundation to expand the Georgia Civil Rights Trail in Greater Atlanta. The proposed new historical markers will join over 40 existing historical markers on the statewide trail and focus on people, …

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