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September - Ashton-Tetonia Trail
The sun sets on the Ashton-Tetonia Trail in eastern Idaho in one of the many wonderful photos submitted to RTC's free trail finder website www.TrailLink.com this year. Running 30 miles between the towns of Ashton and Tetonia, this wild and scenic rail-trail passes under the grand gaze of the Teton Range.
 
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August - Coastal Rail Trail
The next generation of rail-trail fans scoot along the Coastal Rail Trail in Carlsbad, Calif. Soon, they'll have a lot more trail to enjoy — plans are underway to extend the Coastal Rail Trail, a rail-with-trail that runs alongside an active freight and passenger line, 44 miles from Oceanside to San Diego.
   
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Features and "How to's"
Whether you're just starting to bike to work, or you're thinking of taking your first advocacy action on behalf of rail-trails, RTC has started a series of "How to" features to get you rolling.

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Trail of the Month

Trail of the Month
Each month, we feature a new rail-trail from around the country for you to explore and enjoy. From Vermont's Island Line to South Dakota's Mickelson Trail, we take you from lakeshores to mountainsides, and from snow-packed corridors to sun-soaked greenways. Find out which trail we're featuring now!


Trail Voices

Trail Voices
As part of our Trail Voices series, read about the contributions of rail-trail supporters around the country, from high-level urban planners to local volunteers.


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