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Point of View Preserving the Will to Think Big:
RTC President Keith Laughlin reflects on the lasting legacy of rail-trails, and the importance of preserving these resources—and their funding sources—for generations to come.

Cover Feature: Michigan Tip of the Mitten:
Hugging Lake Michigan from Charlevoix to Harbor Springs, the 26-mile Little Traverse Wheelway offers sweeping bluff views, waterfront parks and vibrant foliage.

Regional Reach Regional Reach:
Meet the members of RTC's four field offices—in California, Florida, Massachusetts and Ohio—who provide vital on-the-ground support and expertise around the country.

Destination Destination: New York
An autumn walking tour of the Hudson Valley, first on a railroad bridge over the Hudson River, and then on a rail-trail through the woodlands and towns on the western bank.

Trail Tales More Trail Tales:
Readers from Connecticut, Kentucky, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and West Virginia share their proudest rail-trail feats.

 

Rails to Trails magazine
Peek inside our Fall 2011 issue!





A Hall of Fame View:
Enjoy a slideshow of the Rail-Trail Hall of Fame, as featured in the Fall 2011 issue of Rails to Trails ("A Hall of Fame View"). Only three of 25 pathways are yet to be named before the end of 2011 and RTC's 25th anniversary year.


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