Rails to Trails magazine is dedicated to exploring America’s remarkable rail-trails and trail-networks, with a focus on the opportunities they provide and the impact they have in communities nationwide.
2017 Fall Issue
In this issue, we—
- Explore the 89-mile Raccoon River Valley Trail which runs through the center of the Hawkeye State—a paragon of rural America—connecting three counties, 14 communities and Iowa’s capital
- See how a new 22.9-mile landmark trail in Nebraska memorializes the 1877 Ponca Trail of Tears and pays tribute to the brave man, Chief Standing Bear
- Learn about how a new suite of research tools will change trail building in the United States
- Get an autumn view of New England’s rail-trails
- And much more!
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