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The Look on Their Faces:
RTC President Keith Laughlin discusses the new Urban Pathways Initiative, which will focus on making trails available to children and families in inner-city neighborhoods across America.

Retracing History:
From Lewis and Clark to the era of paddle-wheel steamers, the 22-mile Steamboat Trace Trail is a showcase of Nebraska and Missouri River history. Plus: More Travel Facts

Capital Connections:
With its Urban Pathways Initiative, RTC aims to provide new and enhanced opportunities for city dwellers, including on the Met Branch Trail in Washington, D.C.

Destination: Spain
In a fairytale landscape of tunnels, deep ravines and mountainsides, La Senda del Oso—or the Bear's Path Greenway—offers a medieval Spanish adventure.

More Trail Tales:
Readers from Kuna, Idaho, Canmer, Ky., Bethel Park, Pa., Greenville, S.C., and Milwaukee, Wis., share their stories of which rail-trail provides the best urban experience.


Rails to Trails magazine
Spring/Summer 2010

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  • Back from Calamity
  • Talking Trash
  • Earth Days Past and Future
  • Renaissance on the Waterfront

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