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The Overland Trail     View
Describes how and why the Overland Trail began in 1862 and how it came to and end. Other information on stations, stops, landmarks, personalities is also included.     View
This site contains travel advice for tourists who want travel that is active and travel that is responsible. It recommends tourist destinations for hiking, biking, bird watching, rafting, horseback riding and simply exploring. Travelers offer advice ...

American Discovery Trail (ADT)     View
"Stretching across more than 6,800 miles and 15 states, the ADT is the only coast-to-coast, non-motorized recreation trail. Linking communities, cities, parks and wilderness, the ADT allows people to hike, bike or ride horses for an afternoon or ...

Save Mount Diablo     View
The mission of this San Francisco Bay Area organization "is to preserve Mount Diablo's peaks and surrounding foothills ... to: protect the mountain's natural beauty, integrity, and biological diversity ... and provide recreational opportunities ...

Appalachian Long Distance Hikers Association (ALDHA)     View
Presents detailed information about one of the best-known and most-traveled paths in the United States, the Appalachian Trail. Features an online companion to the trail, articles on trail topics, and information about other long-distance trails. Also ...

International Orienteering Federation (IOF)     View
"Competitive orienteering involves using a detailed map and a compass to navigate one's way round a course with designated control points which are drawn on the map." This site provides information on orienteering on skis, foot, and mountai ...

The Arizona Trail     View
Provides information about the nearly 800-mile trail that spans the state of Arizona from Mexico to Utah. Features descriptions of the trail corridor and passages, a trail map, information about work projects and events, photos, and related informati ...

Iron Goat Trail     View
This website describes a recreational trail in the Stevens Pass area of the Cascade Mountains northeast of Seattle. The name of the trail comes from the Great Northern Railway's symbol of a mountain goat standing on a rock. The site provides informat ...

Washington State: Trails, Campgrounds, Trail Rides, Overnight Hosts     View
Information and contacts for horse and mule trails, campgrounds, and equine-friendly places to overnight in Washington. There are links to outfitters and bed and breakfasts which accommodate equine guests.     View
Features descriptions of hiking, mountain bike, jeep, and equestrian trails; paved trails for skating, bicycles, and strollers; and extreme hikes in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. Includes a brief description of each trail, location of trailhead, ...



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