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The Joy of Celebrating Trails Day 2024
May 14, 2024
Celebrate Trails Day 2024 was celebrated in all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico. Our partners planned more than 240 celebrations.
Bronzeville Trail Task Force, Major Taylor Bike Club & The Misfits Cycling Club riding Chicago's Major Taylor Trail | Photo by Douglas Monieson
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You Can Get to These Eco-Friendly Stadiums by Trail
April 08, 2024
These stadiums are eco-friendly champs, but they also encourage fans to reduce their carbon footprint by getting to the games via trails.
Participants on an Urban AdvenTours ride reach Boston's TD Garden | Photo courtesy Urban AdvenTours
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Georgia’s Cricket Frog Trail
April 04, 2024
The Cricket Frog Trail passes north of Covington Square and twists through miles of woods and scenic farmland before reaching Mansfield.
Group bike ride along Georgia's Cricket Frog Trail | Photo courtesy Newton Trails, Inc.
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Making Connections on 2021’s New Rail-Trails
December 20, 2021
Below, we’ve spotlighted a handful of the exciting new rail-trails that have opened up around the country this year, as well as the broader trail networks they tie into.
Colorado's Point Alta Vista Trail | Photo by D. Scott Clark Photography, courtesy Fremont Adventure Recreation
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Eight Creepy Cool Trailside Attractions
October 27, 2021
RTC presents this list of some of our favorite creepy trailside attractions for some much-needed levity (no pun intended?) and fun!
Photo by Hunter Franklin, courtesy Facebook.com:dollsheadtrail
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Long-Distance Rides on Hall of Fame Rail-Trails
August 31, 2021
Here’s a fun look at long distance rides on some of our previous Hall of Fame trails spanning nearly 100 miles or more.
Silver Comet Trail | Photo by TrailLink user papa t
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Top 10 Trails in Georgia
July 22, 2021
With 200+ miles of open trails in Georgia, explore the South’s preeminent trail state with burgeoning trail networks.
Georgia's Columbus Fall Line Trace | Photo courtesy of Dragonfly Trail Network
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Atlanta’s Doll’s Head Trail Is an Eerily Cool Trailside Attraction—With a Great Cause
October 27, 2020
The Doll’s Head Trail is the 2.5-mile whimsical (and sometimes creepy) trail-turned-art exhibit tucked away in DeKalb, County’s Constitution Lakes Park in Atlanta, Georgia.
Doll’s Head Trail in DeKalb County’s Constitution Lakes Park, Atlanta, Georgia | Photo by Marcus O. Bst | CC BY 2.0 GENERIC
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RTC’s Doppelt Fund Supports 10 Multiuse Trail Projects in 2019
May 30, 2019
With National Trails Day just around the corner, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2019 Doppelt Family Trail Development Fund grant program!
Potential Midtown Greenway extension over the Mississippi River | Photo courtesy Midtown Greenways Coalition