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The National Wilderness Stewardship Alliance develops a growing network of volunteer-based organizations to provide stewardship for America’s enduring resource of wilderness. firstname.lastname@example.org PO Box 752 Bend, OR 97709 (801) 808-2167
The American Discovery Trail (ADT) is a new breed of national trail – part city, part small town, part forest, part mountains, part desert – all in one trail.
As the national voice for America’s hikers, American Hiking Society (AHS) promotes and protects foot trails and the hiking experience.
The actual formation of BCH took place in Montana’s Flathead Valley in January of 1973. Since then, our progress is a matter of record, a record of which we are very proud.
The Carson Valley Trails Association is a nonprofit, volunteer based organization working with partners to provide access to public lands through a recreational trail system for present and future generations to enjoy.
A local group of historians working to promote preservation and awareness of the routes of the Santa Fe, Oregon, California Trails, the California Road and the Ft. Leavenworth Military Road.
In 1989-90 the National Frontier Trails Museum was built by the State of Missouri with the surviving portion of the Waggoner-Gates Mill incorporated into the design.
The Smoky Hill Trail Association is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and interpretation of the heritage of the Smoky Hill Trail.
The Tahoe Rim Trail is one of the world’s premier trails. It passes through two states (California and Nevada), six counties, one state park, three National Forests, and three Wilderness areas.