Category Archive: accessible trails

Mar 24

Thanks for the Trailsnet Donations

Donations to Trailsnet.com Appreciated Many thanks to those who have donated to Trailsnet so we can continue to provide the best trail information on the internet. We always appreciate your donations to help keep the Trailsnet website up and running. It’s fairly expensive for website hosting and frequent updates to keep Trailsnet easy to use. …

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Sep 04

Should Bicycles Be Allowed On Wilderness Trails?

Welcome to Adventure Project followers. We look forward to your input. Feel free to share the poll on your website, Twitter, Facebook, etc. And thanks to Outside magazine for getting this discussion started on their Facebook page.

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Jul 28

A Coordinated Trail Network

I recently met with a representative for Senator Michael Bennet. I was scheduled to meet with Senator Udall in June, but was unable to make it to Washington D.C. as planned. At my recent meeting with Representative Bennet’s assistant, I asked him to deliver the following letter to Colorado Senators about assisting me in developing …

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Aug 23

Should Segways be allowed on trails?

Okay, readers; here’s a tough question. Should Segways be allowed on trails? An article by American Trails shows a recent ruling by a federal judge that says that Segways aren’t in the same category as wheelchairs, so in essence, the answer appears to be, “no!” I can certainly see the reasoning behind this ruling, but …

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May 07

5 best New Hampshire Trails

Wow there are some great trails in the United States. I couldn’t tell you which state has the best trails, but New Hampshire would certainly rank up there pretty high. Last October, I had the opportunity to visit the following five trails: Ammonoosuc Rail Trail in Littleton, NHAshuelot Rail Trail in Keene, NHCheshire Rail Trail …

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