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Point of View: Burn Calories, Not Carbon
Keith Laughlin, RTC president, discusses global climate change, the obesity epidemic, and how RTC is working to address these two major challenges at the same time.

Big Plans in North Carolina
Greensboro, N.C., has a plan—a "master plan." And it centers around the city's 81-mile-and-growing trail network. Smooth pathways spider  around and over lakes and through canopied woodlands where trail users feel right at home.

Show, Don't Tell: Building a Movement
Communities across the country are striving to create biking and walking opportunities through their trails and transit. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy is striving to connect them.

Destination: New Hampshire
Get yourself in gear—low gear—and tackle the rural, rough-'n'-ready, 27-mile Rockingham Recreational Trail in southern New Hampshire.

Eye On: Metropolitan Branch:
Residents in southeastern Maine soon will have a rail-trail to connect them with each other, and with their beautiful coastline.

More Trail Tales:Reader responses from Pensecola, Fla., Villa Park, Ill., Monkton, Md., Wolfeboro, N.H., Rochester, N.Y., Tonawanda, N.Y., Falls Church, Va. and McLean, Va.


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