List of Trail References in

The TSU Library and Resource Centre

NOTE: At the time of this update in December of 2006, TSU staff are commencing a great inventory and reorganization of the Library and Resource Centre. Among the major initiatives is the transfer of our bibliographic records onto a completely new software program. The new system will enhance our service capabilities to clients and to anyone else who uses the Library. For now, this is a fairly comprehensive listing of trail references located in ESB204.

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1 Ecological Effects of Snowmobiles

2 Trail and River Participants in Canada: Sociodemographic, Lifestyle, Fitness and Opportunity Factors Related to Involvement

3 How to Control 1,000,000 Snowmobiles

4 Some New Aspects of Vegetation Studies Useful in Environmental Protection

5 Minimize Your Impact while Hiking and Canoeing

6 Impact of Trails on City of Red Deer

7 Waskasoo Park Attractions Map

8 The Trails of Waterton Lakes National Park

9 Backcountry User's Guide Waterton Lakes National Park

10 Ski Trails in the Canadian Rockies

11 The Canadian Rockies Trail guide a hiker's manual

12 Backcountry User's Guide Banff National Park

13 Banff and Vicinity Drives and Walks

14 Drives and Hikes Lake Louise Vicinity Drives and Hikes Banff Vicinity

15 Peyto Lake Self-Guiding Trail Banff National Park

16 Tourist boom takes toll on Banff

17 Lake Louise Trail Guide

18 Backcountry Management Studies, the Egypt Block Banff National Park

19 A Survey of Backcountry Use and the Resulting Impact Near Lake Louise, Banff National Park

20 Some Implications of Wilderness Recreation in Tonquin Valley, Jasper National Park

21 Environmental and Trail Studies for Park Management Planning in the Sunshine Area of the Canadian Rocky Mountains

22 The Development of Management Strategies for the Sunshine Area

23 Forest Campfires Safety Tips and Regulations

24 The Responsible Forest Trail User

25 The Undiscovered Islands Denman and Hornby Islands

26 Hiking the High Points

27 Hiking the West Coast Trail

28 Backcountry Sanitation A guide to safety in British Columbia

29 Trail User's Code of Ethics

30 Rails-to-Trails: Moving Forward

31 Trail to Cape Scott

32 Strathcona Provincial Park Cream Lake and Nine Peaks

33 Carmanah Pacific Provincial Park Visitors' Guide

34 The West Coast Trail Rainforest

35 Roads, Rivers and Trails of the Lower Blackwater River including day trips at the Euchineko River and Titetown Lake

36 Roads, Rivers and Trails of the Lower Blackwater River including day trips at the Blackwater Bridge

37 Roads, Rivers and Trails of the Bella Coola Valley including day trips at Burnt Bridge Creek

38 Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail

39 The Alexander Mackenzie Trail Association Newsletter no. 2, 3, 5-14, 24-31

40 Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail Master Development Plan

41 Following Mackenzie's footsteps to the Pacific

42 Subalpine Revegetation and Disturbance Studies Mount Revelstoke National Park

43 An Ecological Assessment of the Summit Area Mount Revelstoke National Park

44 Footloose in the Columbias a hiker's guide

45 Visitor Impact on meadows near Lake O'Hara Yoho National Park

46 Manitoba sledders have many happy miles ahead

47 Marshes Lake Interpretive Trail

48 Evaluation of Hiking Potential of the North-Western Portion of the Proposed Bluenose Lake National Park

49 Some observations on rock weathering, Cumberland Peninsula, Baffin Island

50 Hiking the Canol Trail

51 Canol Heritage Trail Concept Plan

52 Canol Heritage Trail Concept Plan Summary

53 Soils, Vegetation and Trafficability Tanquary Fiord and Lake Hazen Areas Ellesmere Island National Park Reserve

54 Vegetation, Wildlife and Recreational Assessment of Deadman Valley Nahanni National Park

55 Vegetation, Wildlife and Recreation Assessment of the Flat-South Nahanni Rivers Confluence Area, Nahanni National Park

56 Sensitivity of Surface Materials and Vegetation to Disturbance in the Queen Elizabeth Islands: an Approach and Commentary

57 The Potential for Canadian Trails North of 60

58 Recreational Trails in Canada's North

59 Annotated Bibliography of Recreational Trails in Northern Canada

60 The Walk to Queen's Battery Other walks: Gibbett Hill and Ladies Lookout

61 Snowmobile Impact on Old Field and Marsh Vegetation in Nova Scotia, Canada: An Experimental Study

62 Snowmobile Trail

63 Emily Provincial Park

64 Guelph Trail Club

65 Hattie Cove Visitor Guide Pukaskwa National Park

66 Kabeyun Trail

67 Rainbow Falls Trail

68 Shoreline Trail

69 Whiskey Rapids Trail Algonquin River Ecology

70 Wildlife Habitat Trail

71 This Land is whose land A legal guide to property protection rights

72 Long-distance Hiking in Ontario

73 Recreational Vehicles Handbook

74 Snowmobiling in Get Away Country

75 Pukaskwa A trip in our newest National Park

76 Hike Ontario!

77 Hiking Clubs in Ontario

78 Hike Ontario Fact Sheets

79 Cross-Country Skiing in Ontario

80 Cycle Ontario

81 Trans Ontario Provincial Snowmobile Trail Map

82 What Can You Do To Protect the Environment?

83 Flowerpot Island: self-guiding trail

84 Riverside Trail: Ausable River Ecology

85 The Bittersweet Nature Trail: Pinery's Trails

86 Carolinian Trail

87 Bicycle Routes within Metropolitan Toronto

88 Club Mud: The Newsletter of the Ontario Mountain Bike Committee

89 Ontario Snowmobiler: Trail Map Atlas

90 User Concerns

91 A Vision For All Ontarians

92 On the trail of family hiking

93 Winter touring without the pain

94 Happy trails are just around corner

95 Safer trails

96 Ontario Trails Council Founding Meeting and Resolutions

97 Ontario Trails Council: final report

98 Rails to Trails

99 The Railway Life Cycle in Southwestern Ontario

100 The Impact of the Creation of the Kawartha Rail Trails on Adjacent Properties with Regards to Vandalism and Crime

101 Right of way

102 Recommendations for Abandoned Rail Line Conversions

103 Trails For Today and Tomorrow

104 Protecting and Managing Abandoned Railway Rights-of-Way for Conservation and Recreation

105 Rail Line Right of Way Study: Lindsay to Haliburton

106 Kawartha Rail-Trail Membership

107 Rails-to-Trails Registry

108 Rails to Trails Project Manual: Trail Profile

109 Kawartha Snowmobile Trails

110 Otonabee Region Conservation Authority

111 Peterborough Bikeways (1) 1: A Newsletter for Cycling in Peterborough

112 Peterborough Bikeway Report

113 Bruce Trail: Niagara to Tobermory

114 Niagara Escarpment Explorer

115 Tobermory: Trail Map

116 Bruce Trail Association: Join Us

117 Bruce Trail News

118 Hiking the Bruce Trail Within and Near Bruce Peninsula Park

119 Snowmobile Use In And Around Bruce Peninsula National Park

120 Bruce Trail Comprehensive Plan

121 The Use and Users of the Bruce Trail - 1986

122 The Bruce Trail Management Within Bruce Peninsula National Park

123 Long Distance Hiking Trails: An Evaluation of the Appalachian and Bruce Trail Experiences

124 Ganaraska Forest: User Regulations

125 Ganaraska Hiking Trail: A Cross-country Trail

126 Ganaraska Forest Centre Trails

127 Wildlife Habitat Trail

128 Ganaraska Hiking Trail: A Cross-country Trail Port Hope - Collingwood

129 Ganaraska Forest Map

130 Ganaraska Forest User Survey

131 The Ganaraska News

132 Royal Recreation Trail: C.N.R. Spurline

133 Royal Recreation Trail: Downtown Trail

134 Royal Recreation Trail: Eramosa River Trail

135 Royal Recreation Trail: Hanlon Creek Trail

136 Royal Recreation Trail: Silvercreek Trail

137 Royal Recreation Trail: Speed River Trail

138 Elora to Cataract Trail

139 Guelph Trail Club

140 Royal Recreation Trail Questionnaire Response

141 The Georgian Trail: Staying on track!

142 Lookout Trail Guide, Neys Provincial Park

143 Dune Trail Guide, Neys Provincial Park

144 A Study of the Effects of Trampling on the Vegetation of Lake Huron Sand Dunes at Pinery Provincial Park

145 Too many feet are spoiling the dunes

146 Piney Wood Hills Trail Guide, Sibley Provincial Park

147 Sibley Creek Trail Guide, Sibley Provincial Park

148 The Trails of Sibley, Sibley Provincial Park

149 Plantain Lane, Sibley Provincial Park

150 Thunder Bay Bogs Trail, Sibley Provincial Park

151 Joe Creek Trail Guide, Sibley Provincial Park

152 Guidelines on Greenland Expeditions

153 The Ecological Impacts of Outdoor Recreation on Mountain Areas in Europe and North America: A review by Martin Price

154 Outdoor Recreation & Its Ecological Effects

155 Follow the Footprints on South Africa's National Hiking Trails

156 Hiking Trails of South Africa

157 List of Hiking Clubs and Relevant Bodies: List of Management Committees of the Hiking Federation of South Africa

158 Measurements of Impact of Tourist Off-road Driving on Grasslands in Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya: A Simulation Approach

159 Walking the Wilderness: Minimal Impact Bushwalking Techniques for Tasmania's National Parks

160 Wilderness Walker Survey

161 Ecological conflicts and economic dependency on tourist trekking in Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park, Nepal. An Alternative approach to park planning

162 Impact of Trampling on Natural Ecosystems in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park

163 An Alpine Guide: Gorenjska - Slovenia - Yugoslavia

164 Hiking track from Belgium to Nice

165 The Effect of Human Trampling on a Sand Dune Ecosystem Dominated by Empetrum Nigrum

166 Recovery of Plant Communities on Coastal Sand-dunes Disturbed by Human Trampling

167 Walk through a gorge: Gorge in Crete offers stroll with a view

168 Footpath Deterioration in the Lyngen Peninsula, North Norway

169 Outdoor recreation and its impact upon a boreal forest area - Bymarka, Trondheim, Norway

170 Evaluation of local rambling areas

171 The Impacts of Rail-Trails: A Study of the Users and Property Owners from Three Trails

172 Converting Rails to Trails: A Citizens Manual for Transforming Abandoned Rail Corridors Into Multipurpose Public Paths

173 Economic Impacts of Protecting Rivers, Trails, and Greenway Corridors

174 Converted Railroad Trails: The Impact on Adjacent Property

175 Landowner and Community Concerns about Illinois Rail-Trails

176 Economic and Tax Implications of Rail-Trail Systems

177 Illinois Greenways and Rails-to-Trails

178 A Look at Visitors on Wisconsin's Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail

179 The Influence of Soil Properties on Degradation of Mountain Hiking Trails at Grovelsjon

180 Life Forms of Pasture Plants in Relation to Treading

181 The Vegetation of Wayside and Hedgerow

182 The Vegetation of Footpaths, Sidewalks, Cart-tracks and Gateways

183 Some Effects of Trampling on Molophilus Ater (Meigen) (Diptera, Tipulidae)

184 The Use and Attraction of Nature Trails in Upland Britain

185 Farm Trails in the Countryside

186 Studies on the Impact of Paths on the Dune Vegetation at Winterton, Norfolk, England

187 Walking in Britain

188 Nature Trails in Britain

189 Outdoor Recreation Enterprises in Problem Rural Areas

190 A Practical Guide to the Law of Footpaths

191 The Effect of Trampling on a Chalki Grassland Ecosystem

192 Simple Techniques for Monitoring Footpath Erosion in Mountain Areas of North-West England

193 The Pennine Bridleway: Proposed National Trail from Northumberland to Derbyshire

194 The law for farmers on ploughing, cropping and rights of way

195 The Rights of Way Act 1990

196 The Effect of Trampling on Neutral Grasslands

197 Vegetation of Grass Verges and Other Excessively Trodden Habitats

198 Leisure-Its Impact on Man and the Land

199 The Effects of Human Trampling on the Fauna of Grassland Litter

200 The use of hand-operated soil penetrometers

201 The impact of recreation on the ecology and amenity of semi-natural areas: methods of investigation used in the Isles of Scilly

202 Recovery of Lowland Grassland and Heathland in Southern England from Disturbance by Seasonal Trampling

203 Routes for recreational walking

204 A Simple Method for Detecting Variations in Walker Pressure Laterally Across Paths

205 Nature Trails

206 Dune Conservation 1970: North Berwick Study Group Report

207 Vanishing Railways and the Urban Scene: the Case of Liverpool

208 Wirral the Leisure Peninsula: a mini guide and map

209 The Forgotten Way: a study of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal from Liverpool to Lydiate

210 The Expansion of Long-distance Walking Routes in Ireland

211 Recovery of Four Montane Heath Communities on Cairngorm, Scotland from Disturbance by Trampling

212 Scottish Mountain Footpaths: A reconnaissance review of their condition

213 Monitoring the Impact of a Mass Walk on the West Highland Way

214 Preliminary Review of Lowland Hill Paths

215 An Assessment of Pathway Damage and Management: the West Highland Way

216 Use and Deterioration of Some Scottish Hill Paths

217 A Survey of Tracks and Paths in a Sand Dune Ecosystem

218 A Theoretical Relationship Between the Primary Productivity of Vegetation and its Ability to Tolerate Trampling

219 Walking in Wales

220 Safety in the Mountains: A handbook for trampers, skiers, stalkers and mountaineers

221 New Zealand Walkway Commission: Policy Statement

222 The Official New Zealand Vacation Planner 1992-93

223 Trek New Zealand

224 Settlement Routes of the Peace River Country

225 Cycle Edmonton

226 Medicine Hat Trail Guide

227 Hiking around Grande Cache

228 Pathways & Bikeways: A Guide for Pedestrians and Cyclists

229 University of Alberta: Edmonton Walking Tour

230 Walking Tour of Lethbridge: Illustrated guide and map of historic architecture

231 Alberta: Trails to Tomorrow

232 A Survey of Backcountry Use in Waterton Lakes National Park

233 An introduction to the Resource Management Trail at the Kananaskis Forest Experiment Station, Seebe, Alberta Information Report NOR-X-182

234 Boundary Parkway Proposal

235 Cathedral Lakes Hiking Guide

236 Integrated Resource Management Planning Process: Newsletters 1-3

237 Horse Riding: a guide to safety in British Columbia

238 Cross-country skiing: Guide to Safety in British Columbia

239 Heritage Inventory Rail-to-Trail Conversion, CPR's Castlegar to Midway Line

240 The Alexander Mackenzie Voyageur Route: A 1989-1993 Bicentennial Proposal

241 The Sir Alexander Mackenzie "Canada Sea-to-Sea" Bicentennial Expeditions 1989-1993

242 Abandoned Rails Trail, Glacier National Park

243 A Trail Use Survey, Glacier National Park, British Columbia, 1967

244 Du Fer Au Vert Sur la Bonne Voie

245 Snowmobiling Lanaudiere: Snowmobiling Trails Map

246 Ski de Randonnee/Cross Country Skiing, La Mauricie National Park

247 Walking Tour of Old Quebec

248 Biking branches out: `rails' become trails, Eastern Townships

249 Where you can ski from inn to inn

250 Les Sentiers de l'Estrie Canada's Appalachian Trail

251 The National Trail in Quebec

252 The Canadian Heritage Rivers System

253 Vandalism to Trees: The Case of Monte St. Hilaire Nature Conservatory Centre

254 The Causes of Trail Erosion: A Case Study at Monte St. Hilaire, Quebec

255 Experimental Orthophoto Map of Camp Fortune Skiing Area of Gatineau Park

256 Proposed Chilkoot Trail National Historic Park: Newsletter no.1

257 The Historic Chilkoot Trail: Trail Guide

258 The Chilkoot Pass and the Great Gold Rush of 1898

259 Fundy National Park Trail System: An Evaluation and Development Proposal

260 Volkssport in Canada, Join the Trend

261 Volkssport Canada newsletter vol. 7, issue 1-4

262 Byways and special places

263 Canada's Special Places in the North: An Environment Canada Perspective for the '80's, Heritage Trails

264 The National Trail Association of Canada: executive and subscription

265 Rails to Trails

266 Trans Canada Trail: A Legacy Project

267 Positional Paper on Alternative Uses for Abandoned Railway Rights of Way

268 Rails-to-Trails

269 Omemee looks for funding to buy portion of railway

270 Council approves downtown path

271 Walking Tours 1 & 2: Brock Street to Downtown Peterborough and Rubidge and Simcoe to Downtown Peterborough

272 Against rail trails

273 Snowmobile safety message highlighted

274 Lakefield LACAC Heritage Walks

275 1993 Trail Map

276 Trails for Today and Tomorrow: Developing and preserving an Integrated Recreational Trails Network in Ontario

277 Ontario Trails Council, Inc. 1993 Annual Report

278 Snowmobile Trail Map: Temagami, Timiskaming... Naturally

279 Snowmobiling Adventures in West Parry Sound

280 Community Cycling Manual

281 The Heritage Silver Trail: a unique self-guided drivethrough the world's most famous silver mining camp

282 Ecotour of Superior Country along the Trans-Canada Highway: Thunder Bay to White River

283 Ecotour of Superior Country along the Trans-Canada Highway: White River to Sault Ste. Marie

284 The Ecological Impacts of Outdoor Recreation on Mountain Areas in Europe and North America

285 Research into the Impacts of Recreation on Alpine Vegetation in Western North America

286 Impacts of Recreational Activities on Alpine Vegetation in Western North America

287 Hope Furnace Trail: Lake Hope State Park, Zaleski, Ohio

288 High Trails: A Guide to the Cascade Crest Trail, North Section Canada to Snoqualmie Pass

289 High Trails: A Guide to the Cascade Crest Trail, South Section Snoqualmie Pass to Columbia River

290 Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, Washington

291 Outdoor Recreation Trails in New York State

292 Report of the Colorado Recreational Committee

293 Alpine Disturbance Studies: Olympic National Park, USA

294 Trends in Campsite Condition: Eagle Cap Wilderness, Bob Marshall Wilderness, and Grand Canyon National Park

295 Trampling Effects on Vegetation of the Trail Corridors of North Mountain Forests

296 Off Road Recreation Vehicles: Department of the Interior Task Force Study

297 Who's on the Greenway: Socioeconomic, Demographic, and Locational Characteristics of Greenway Users

298 Mangrove Trail

299 Hiking the wooded peaks of the U.S. Northwest

300 Treks for young at heart

301 Hiker's Opinions about Fees for Backcountry Recreation

302 Trampling Effects on Coastal Dune Vegetation in the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, Massachusetts, USA

303 Destruction of Ammophila breviligulata by Pedestrian Traffic: Quantification and Control

304 Improving Voluntary Registration through Location and Design of Trail Registration Stations

305 Response of White-tailed Deer to Snowmobiles and Snowmobile Trails in Maine

306 Effect of snowmobile traffic on alfalfa

307 Sources of Conflict between Hikers and Mountain Bike Riders in the Rattlesnake NRA

308 Modeling and Mapping Urban Bicyclists' Preferences for Trail Environments, Research Paper NC-303

309 National Park Service 75th Anniversary

310 Recovery of Alpine Tundra under Protection after Damage by Human Activities in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado

311 Effects of Human Activities on Alpine Tundra Ecosystems in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

312 Evaluation of the Burke-Gilman Trail's Effect on Property Values and Crime

313 The Carrying Capacity of Public Wild Land Recreation Areas: Evaluation of Alternative Measures

314 Establishing Backcountry Use Quotas: An Example from Mineral King, California

315 Changes on Trails in the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness, Montana, 1978-89. Research Paper INT-450

316 Discover Bartlett Cove: A New Land

317 Bluewater Paddling

318 Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Alaska

319 Planning a Camping Trip at Glacier Bay

320 Klondike Gold Rush, National Historic Park, Skagway, Alaska

321 Kluane National Park Hiking Guide

322 Use of Off-road Vehicles and Mitigation of Effects in Alaska Permafrost Environments: A Review

323 Trail Manual for the Appalachian Trail

324 The Appalachian Trail

325 Transformation of the Appalachian Trail

326 Attributes of Chicago Trail Areas

327 Guide Book of the Long Trail

328 Winter Trail Use in the Green Mountains

329 The Long Trail: A Footpath in the Wilderness

330 Green Mountain Adventure, Vermont's Long Trail

331 Irrepressible greenway guru

332 Stowe, Vermont, Builds a Greenway: A Multi-purpose Path Rejuvenates Community Life

333 Greenway in Vermont

334 Lusk Sees Green

335 A Recreation Path Remakes a Vermont Town

336 Comments from Stowe people about the impacts of their recreation path, June 1990, Resource Sheet E-38

337 A Walk in the Country: Vermont's Charming Villages Provide the Perfect Backdrop

338 The A.M.C White Mountain Guide

339 Trail Foods: Easy, Healthy and Delicious

340 The walk up Ayers Rock

341 Niagara Escarpment Land Acquisition and Stewardship Program; Background Information

342 A Celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the National Trails System Act

343 Iligadjarr Nature Trail

344 Rail-Trail

345 Clearance of Paths

346 Chilten Waymarking Scheme

347 Definitive Maps of Public Paths

348 Movin' On: Equipment & Techniques for Winter Hikers

349 Rails to Trails

350 Bruce Trail News Vol. 19 (1)

351 The Motorized Snow Vehicles Act and Regulations

352 Discussion Paper on Occupiers' Liability and Trespass to Property

353 A Path for the Palouse: An Example of Conservation and Recreation Planning

354 Trees and Loops: A Network Analysis of Recreational Trail Systems

355 Footpaths and Bike Routes: Standards and Guidelines

356 Trail Planning and Layout

357 Hiking Trails: Building and Maintenance Guidelines for Volunteers

358 A Guide to the Development and Maintenance of Good Snowmobile Trails

359 Advisory Services: No. 9, Self-guided Trials

360 Advisory Series: No. 4, Guided Walks

361 Wirral Country Park: Neston Rock Cutting Nature Trail

362 Walking and Cycling in Devon and Cornwall

363 Crete's villages without roads: Sightseeing by foot and by boat

364 Visit the Union Nature Trail and Mini Zoo: St. Lucia

365 Over the Swiss trails with maps, no guides

366 Riverside Park: walks

367 Wirral Country Park: Thurston Environmental Trail Work Book

368 Discover the Continental Divide Trail

369 National Trails Day Organizer's Manual

370 Walking & Hiking Vacations, The Great Outdoors at Stonehurst Manor: White Mountains, North Conway New Hampshire

371 Walking Tour of Dayton

372 A Walking Tour of Ford City

373 A Walking Tour of Freeport

374 A Walking Tour of Kittanning

375 A Walking Tour of Leechburg

376 A Walking Tour of Parker City

377 Footprint

378 Division programs are viewed as critical by recreation survey

379 Walk through a gorge

380 Trails around Guelph beckon hikers

381 A long, tough trail leads cyclist to Guelph

382 Use of rail line land under the microscope

383 Railway land bought for conservation area

384 A Selective Review of the Ecological Effects of Human Trampling on Natural Ecosystems

385 Economic Impacts of Recreational Spending on Rural Areas: A Case Study

386 Parry Sound Area Preliminary Economic Impact Study of Recreational Use of Seguin Trail

387 The Impacts of Rail-Trails: A Study of the Users and Nearby Property Owners from Three Trails

388 New York walking tours are radical

389 Ganaraska trail may join new green belt

390 Rails, Trails Tracks & the on-going trials and tribulations of switching rail lines to green lines

391 Linear Recreation Ways

392 Abandoned Rail Lines: Their Use in Heritage and Recreation Corridors

393 Skagway, some steps on the Gold Rush Trail: Walking Tour of the Historic District

394 Klondike Gold Rush National Park

395 Hiking High

396 A Study of Trail Impact at Monte St. Hilaire, Quebec

397 Impacts of Off-road Vehicles on the Ganaraska Forest

398 Trail Planning & Design Guidelines: a handbook for an Inter-Regional Trail System in the Greater Toronto Area

399 The Impacts of Recreation on Portages in Quetico Provincial Park, Canada

400 Learning from Rail-Trails: Four Ontario Case Studies

401 Scale-Dependent Inconsistencies in the Effects of Trampling on a Forest Understory Community

402 Susceptibility of Four Species of Cladonia to Disturbance by Trampling in the Cairngorm Mountains, Scotland

403 Estimating the Susceptibility of Wildland Vegetation to Trailside Alteration

404 Vegetation Changes Associated With Recreational Use and Fire Suppression in the Eagle Cap Wilderness, Oregon: Some Management Implications

405 Effects of Snowmobiles on White-tailed Deer

406 Ground Flora Trampling Studies: Five Years after Closure

407 Mountain Bikes: A New Dilemma for Wildland Recreation Managers?

408 A Methodology for Monitoring Visitor Impacts within the Firth River Corridor: Northern Yukon National Park

409 Creating an Environmentally Friendly Park

410 Environmental Impact of Visitors and a Paleontological Research Crew on the Trail System of Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada

411 The Off-Road Vehicle and Environmental Quality

412 Rails-to-trails group seeks creative ways to save, utilize lines

413 Trail to be linked across province: Following in Cormack's footsteps

414 Rails to trails

415 Study to examine rail lands options

416 Rails to Trails sitting on... "A gold mine"

417 Councilors discuss use of former railbed

418 Trail to be linked across province

419 CN railbed issue could be decided today

420 Abuse of railbed concerns citizens

421 Rails to trails?

422 Rail to Trails idea off track

423 Trials for trails

424 Campaigning for rails to trails

425 Guided tour down two trails is a sensual feast

426 Don the skis and see the country

427 Barron Canyon Trail: History of the Canyon

428 Bat Lake Trail

429 Beaver Pond Trail

430 Booth's Rock Trail

431 Brent Crater Trail

432 Hardwood Lookout Trail

433 Hemlock Bluff Trail

434 Lookout Trail

435 Mizzy Lake Trail

436 Peck Lake Trail

437 Spruce Bog Boardwalk

438 Track and Tower Trail

439 Two Rivers Trail

440 Whiskey Rapids Trail

441 Backpacking Trails of Algonquin Provincial Park

442 Hiking through Auyuittuq Park

443 Hiking the West Coast Trail

444 Hike to a Hot Spring

445 Rails-to-Trails Resource Manual

446 Quantitative Studies of the Human Trampling on Vegetation as an Aid to the Management of Semi-Natural Areas

447 Design Guidelines for the Development of Recreational Trails in the Ganaraska Forest

448 Galloping Goose Regional Park Corridor Management Plan

449 Park Planning Guidelines: Special Publication Series No. 15001

450 Forest Landscape Description and Inventories: a basis for land planning and designs U.S.D.A. Forest Service Research Paper PSW-


451 Rippling Waters Nature Trail: Cypress Hills Provincial Park

452 White Birch Nature Trail: Meadow Lake Provincial Park

453 Isputinaw Interpretive Trail: Spruce Woods Provincial Park

454 Ancient Beach Interpretive Trail: Grand Beach Provincial Park

455 Cedar Bog Self-Guiding Trail: Birds Hill Provincial Park

456 Pine Point Self-Guiding Trail

457 Assinika Interpretive Trail: Whiteshell Provincial Park

458 Shining Stone Interpretive Trail: Duck Mountain Provincial Park

459 The Caves Self-Guiding Trail: Clearwater Lake Provincial Park

460 Battle Line of Land and Sea, Green Park Marsh

461 Strathgartney Nature Trail

462 Devil's Punchbowl and The Old Princetown Road

463 Chebogue Meadows Interpretive Trail: Wildlife Habitats of Interior Southwest Nova Scotia

464 Risser`s Beach Salt Marsh Trail

465 Revised Bicycle Policy

466 Trails Management Planning and Design

467 Railway Rationalization, Railway Abandonment, and Use of Abandoned Railway Right-of-way

468 An Act to Provide for Trails Over Land and Water in the

469 Guide to the Bruce Trail 'the trail to the Bruce'

470 Rimutaka Incline Walk; Statement of Management Objectives and Policy

471 Rimutaka Incline Walk

472 Otago Central Rail Corridor

473 Kawartha Rail Trail books take in-depth look

474 The Newfoundland T'Railway; Opportunities & Feasibility

475 Against rail trails

#75 Guelph to Goderich Abandoned CP Rail Right-of-Way Ministry of Natural Resources Management Implications Study

476 A Guide to America's Rail-Trails

477 A Walk on the Wild Side

478 Proposal for a Rails to Trails Lindsay to Ken Reid Conservation Area

479 On Vancouver's West Coast Trail

#80 A Guide to America's Rail-Trails (Fourth Edition)

480 Snowmobile club is interested in maintaining rail line corridor

481 Private Interest Rail Line Purchase Requests On Hold

482 Rail-to-Trail success story: Duo saves Cambridge strip for hikers

483 Abandoned Railway Rights-of-Way as Recreation Corridors: A Case Study of the Peterborough Area

484 Coastal Hiking Trail from Pic River to Oiseau Bay: Pukaskwa National Park

485 Coastal Hiking Trail day guide to White River: Pukaskwa National Park

486 Guide to the Bagwa Canoe Route Prince Albert National Park

487 You are in Bear Country

488 Lac La Ronge Provincial Park Cross-country Ski Trails

489 Cape Breton Highlands National Park: Eastern Section

490 Cape Breton Highlands National Park: Western Section

491 Green Cove Self-guiding Trail: Cape Breton Highlands National Park

492 Hiking Trails: Fundy National Park

493 Brule Self-Guiding Trail: Riding Mountain National Park

494 Marble Canyon Nature Trail: Kootenay National Park

495 Nicolle Flats Interpretive Area: Buffalo Pound Provincial Park

496 Historical Walking Tour: Downtown Medicine Hat

497 Trail Guide Mount Revelstoke National Park

498 Natural History Notes: Marble Canyon Self-Guiding Trail

499 a place of silence Raduim Hot Springs Trail Kootenay National Park

500 Park Trails near Banff

501 Red Rock Canyon Blakiston Falls Nature Trail: Waterton Lakes National Park

502 The Canyon Self-guiding Trail: Banff National Park

503 Lakeview Trail Interpretive Walk: Elk Island National Park

504 Waitsfield Village Historic District Walking Tour

505 Minimum-impact camping...

506 Monitoring Visitor Use in Backcountry and Wilderness: A Review of Methods General Technical Report PSW-GTR-134

507 Coast-to-Coast trail will let Canadians hike, bike, ride trek

508 Hope Mill Conservation Area: Otonabee Region Conservation Authority

509 Warsaw Caves Conservation Authority: Otonabee Region Conservation Authority

510 Selwyn Conservation Area: Otonabee Region Conservation Authority

511 The Best Way to Discover Ontario is the Ride Way.

512 Hiking Trails at the Leslie M. Frost Natural Resources Centre

513 Forest Management Trail

514 Geomorphology Hike

515 Mountain Bike Trails: Techniques for Design, Construction and Maintenance

516 Three New Interpretive Trails: Project Proposal

517 Blueberry Plains Trail: Wasaga Beach Provincial Park

518 An Analysis of the Warsaw Caves Conservation Area

519 Hiking Trail Fieldbook: A Self-Help Guide for Trail Maintainers

520 A Guide to Off-Road Motorcycle Trail Design and Construction

521 "Trails for All Americans": Summary of the National Trails Agenda Project

522 Trails for All Americans

523 Fenland Self-Guiding Trail

524 A Trail Guide to the Valhalla Provincial Park

525 Summit Lake Self-guiding Trail and Cameron Lake

526 The Clear Creek Trail System: Tales and Trails, Buffalo, Wyoming

527 Mammoth Hot Springs: Yellowstone National Park

528 Guide for Trail Workers

529 Backcountry Trail Analysis: Yellowstone National Park

530 Visitor Impact on Grizzly Bear Activity in Pelican Valley, Yellowstone National Park

531 Ganaraska Forest Study Outdoor Recreation Management System

532 Ganaraska Forest Study Environmental Capability to Accommodate Outdoor Recreation Activities

533 Institutional Arrangements to Protect Long Distance Trails: An Evaluation of the Appalachian and Bruce Trail Experiences

534 Greenways Paths to the Future

535 Walks of the Pacific Northwest

536 Trail Riding the Wilderness from Horseback

537 Greenways for America

538 CN Railway Line Feasibility Study County of Hastings

539 The Newfoundland T'Railway Resource Assessment and Opportunity Analysis

540 The Shorepine Bog Trail Pacific Rim National Park

541 Modeling and Mapping Urban Bicyclist's Preferences for Trail Environments

542 Ontario Trails Council Inc. Business Plan

543 North American Greenway Tour

544 Noranada Forest Multiple Sclerosis Bike Tour

545 Caledon Rail Trail

546 Rail Trails and the Law in Ontario Adjacent Property Concerns

547 The Regina Beach to Valeport Corridor Management Strategy

548 Riding Mountain National Park Trail Guide

549 Protecting and Enjoying Our Land

550 The K&S Railway Historic Trail

551 The Meewasin Valley Trail

552 Touring Map Cycle Rideau Lanark

553 Experience the great outdoors Discover Hamilton Region Conservation Authority

554 A Conceptual Model and Field Manual for the Assessment of Natural Landscapes for Byways and Special Places Final Report

555 Who Hates Whom in the Great Outdoors: The Impact of Recreational Specialization and Technologies of Play

556 Birds Hill Provincial Park Bicycle Survey 1973 and 1974

557 A Conservation Strategy for the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority

558 An Evaluation of the Ganaraska Forest Centre's Residential Conservation Education Program

559 Visitor Services Plan Point Pelee National Park

560 Pukaskwa National Park Management Plan

561 Framework Plan Project No. 12 Routes and Trails

562 Watershed Inventory Outdoor Recreation Component

563 Recreation Impact in the Canadian North: A Study of Trail Degradation in Two National Parks

564 Community Based Tourism Development in Pangnirtung, Northwest Territories: Looking back and Looking Forward

565 Trans Canada Trail: A Natural Way to Love Our Land Forever!

566 The Path of Discovery Bruce Trail

567 All Aboard! West Hamilton to Jerseyville Rail Trail

568 The Caledon Rail Trail

569 Caledon Trailway the Gift List: Your Guide to the Support and Recognition of the Caledon Trailway

570 Kawartha Rail-Trail Prospectus

571 Off on the Right Foot A Guide to Proper Wilderness Use

572 Trail Inventories and Mapping

573 Trails Database Legend

574 A Global Positioning Survey of the Taconic Crest Trail

575 Cycling the Grey-Bruce is weird and wonderful

576 Trail Survey: Kootenay National Park

577 Backcountry Visitor Survey Pilot Study: Kootenay National Park

578 Outline for Feasibility Study on Abandoned C.N. Railway Lines in Kawartha Lakes Area

579 The Rights of Way Act 1990: Guidance notes for farmers

580 The Uhthoff Trail

581 Actively Ensuring a Lasting Legacy: National Conference

582 A Walking Tour of Fort Macleod's Historic Downtown

583 Trail of the Great Bear: Adventure Directory International Scenic Corridor

584 New Zealand Alpine Walking Ball Pass Mount Cook National Park

585 Adventure Walking Tours of the Churchill Area

586 Historic Lasca Creek Trail Guide

587 World's longest trail on track for Canada

588 Mounts of Manitoba: Trail Ride

589 Easy Hikes around Revelstoke

590 Cross Country Skiing in Prince Albert National Park

591 Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

592 Hiking Map & Guide: Yellowstone National Park

593 Rankin Ridge Nature Trail: Wind Cave National Park

594 Buffalo Wyoming

595 Elk Mountain Nature Trail: Wind Cave National Park

596 Wood Duck Nature Trail: DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge

597 Illinois and Michigan Canal State Trail

598 Ford Heritage Trails

599 North Country Trail: National Scenic Trail

600 Trail Bicycling Guide: Banff National Park

601 Restoring Life to Abandoned Railroad Corridors

602 Warsaw Caves Conservation Area: Hiking Guide

603 Georgian Bay Islands National Park

604 Point Pelee National Park

605 The Thin Red Line: Your Guide to Travelling the Red Coat Trail across Western Canada

606 Position Paper on Alternative Uses for Abandoned Railway Rights of Way

607 Directory of Technical Assistance Materials for Trails Development and Maintenance

608 Mammoth Lakes Bike Trails, Inyo National Forest

609 National Trails System, Map and Guide

610 Interior Trails

611 They've Been Walkin' on the Railroad

612 Map of Emerald Lake Nature Trail Yoho National Park

613 Beaver Dam Nature Trail Yoho National Park

614 Walk the Layalist Trail, Saint John, NB

615 Pukaskwa National Park Departure Registration form

616 Trails in the Lake Louise Area

617 The Avalanche Trail

618 Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre Trails

619 Mokelumne Coast to Crest Trail: A Proposed Trail Linking the San Francisco Bay Area to the High Sierra

620 Footprint; Official Publication of the Florida Trail Association

621 Almost Heaven West Virginia: The East's fat-tire Mecca

622 The Rails-To-Trails Movement The Conversion Process

623 The Trail You Save May Be Your Own

624 Niagara to Tobermory The Iroquois Section: Grimsby to Kelso

625 The Ice Age Trail

626 Hiking The Erie Canal

627 BML backcountry hikeways & bikeways

628 the other, Greater Yellowstone A guide to 10,000 miles of trails, grizzlies, views, and solitude.

629 Carolina's Island Escape: Trade your flip-flops for hiking boots and explore a seaside trail.

630 The Big Blue, Virginia path offers an historic alternative to the Appalachian Trail

631 The Secret Side Of The Adirondacks, 10 great trails where the crowds don't tread.

632 1993 Sierra Club Outings

633 Fabulous Fourpack, Ontario's Backpacking Trails

634 Following Mackenzie's footsteps to the Pacific

635 Tumpline travel along the James Bay shore

636 A Study of Ski Touring Experiences on the White River National Forest

637 Sources of Conflict among Winter Recreationists

638 The Visual Experience in Forests Used for Dispersed Winter Recreation

639 Guidelines for Developing Ski Touring Trails

640 Ski Touring Trails: Planning Trails for Visual Enjoyment

641 Secrets of the Kluane Backcountry

642 the Great Ones, 10 prime trails that leave all the others in the dust

643 A Coast-to-Coast Footpath?

644 Backcountry Visitors' Guide, Banff National Park

645 Backcountry Visitors' Guide, before heading into the backcountry

646 Grand Teton Day Hikes

647 Grand Teton, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, Short Trails

648 Texas Trail Museum of Laramie County

649 Frank Slide Trail

650 Ridding Wood Nature Trail, Grizedale Forest

651 Bankhead, Parc national Banff

652 Kaslo a Walking Tour

653 Mountain Bike Trail Guide, Winter Park/Fraser Valley

654 Partnerships: The Georgian Trail Story

655 Riding Mountain National Park Backcountry Trail Plan

656 Hiking Trails in the Iqaluit Area, Baffin Island, and NWT

657 Visitors' Attitudes to Management Strategies in Kluane National Park Reserve

658 A Trail Rider's Guide to the Environment

659 A Guide to Off-Road Motorcycle Trail Design and Construction

660 Tractor Techniques for OHV Trailbed Preservation

661 Trail Hardening Test

662 Turkey Bay Off-Road Vehicle Area at Land Between the Lakes: An Example of New Opportunities for Managers and Riders

663 Trail Riding Skills, Safety and Sensibility

664 Planning for Trailbike Recreation Part II

665 A Preliminary Investigation Into the Status Off-Highway Vehicle Use in Ontario

666 Motorcycle Area Design and Location: Impacts on the Recreational Experience of Riders and Nonriders

667 Rails-To-Trails and Greenways Movements: The Challenge That Links People to Places and Spaces

668 Motivations of Wilderness Canoeists

669 The Character, Behaviour and Preferences of cross-country Skiers in the Peterborough Area

670 Impact de l'homme sur son milieu: Cas du camping de Pointe-a-Maxime

671 Impacts de l'homme sur la dune de Richibucto-Nord Rapport de terrain

672 River Recreation in Nahanni National Park Reserve (1983)

673 Wirral Country Park Walkers Guide

674 Greenways for America

675 The B.C. Parks Explorer

676 Notices: Happy Trails

677 A Hiking Guide to New Brunswick

678 Rails for Trails "from railways to greenways" newsletter

679 Presentation to the Royal Commission on National Transportation

680 The Odyssey: The Voice of Calgary's Outdoor Recreation Community

681 Canadian Abandoned Rail Corridor Network; fact sheet

682 Western Nebraska: Visit the Historic Oregon Trail

683 Mountain Bike Adventures - Haliburton Forest

684 Snowmobilers split on new fee

685 A Hiker's Guide To The Chilkoot Trail

686 Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site Management Plan

687 Hikers bear down on this trail

688 Interest Group Standards for Ecological Impacts at Wilderness Campsites

689 The Conglomeration of Heritage Sites and Attractions Involving a Common Theme Into a Managed System

690 The World's Longest Museum: Hiking the Chilkoot Trail

691 Hiking Through History: The frontier spirit still lives along sections of the Oregon Trail

692 Alone Among the Angels

693 Rails, Trails, Tracks & Travails: The on-going trials and tribulations of switching rail lines to green lines

694 City Walk, Ottawa, A Capitol Hike

695 Fort Walsh National Historic Site Management Plan

696 Proposed Chilkoot Trail National Historic Park Management Planning Program

697 Gearing Up for the Outdoors: An Equipment Buyer's Guide

698 Environmental Standards for Trail Maintenance Functions in Wood Buffalo National Park: A Generic Assessment

699 The Potential Economic Benefits of Rail-Trails in the Region of Peterborough in the Region of Peterborough, Ontario

700 Tales and Trails

701 Ganaraska Hiking Trail: A Cross-Country Hiking Trail from Port Hope to Glen Huron in the Province of Ontario

702 Ontario Mountain Bike Trail Guide, 1993 Edition

703 Jumping Track: New Concepts in "Rails to Trails"

704 Bike path more than a dream

705 Trail across Canada just horse sense

706 Texas Trail Gave Moorcroft Its Life

707 Trail Design and Construction

708 Railway trail would mean $3 million a year: backers

709 Winter Product Guide for Cyclists and Cross-Country Skiers

710 Paving the way for a trail of dreams

711 Path to our past

712 Countryside Recreation: The rights of way system

713 Walking Tour of the By Ward Market, Ottawa

714 Guide D'Evaluation du Potentiel Recreo-Touritique D'une Voie Ferree Abandonnee

715 Information Letter: Rehabilitation of the Georgian Bay Trail

716 Conservation Authority turns rails into trails

717 Federal Funding for Grand Valley extensions

718 Biking branches out: 'rails' become trails

719 Massawippi Trail. An Idea Whose Time Has Come

720 Heritage Resources Centre

721 Share the Trail!

722 Protecting Rivers, Trails, and Greenways Reaps Economic Returns

723 Old railbeds get new life as trails

724 Ontario Trail Riders Association. Environmental Recreation Corridors "Greenways"

725 Trail Research Results. Executive Summary.

726 Trail Studies Unit

727 Community Futures Survey Project

728 Cycling Tour

729 Trails for Today and Tomorrow Converting Ontario's Abandoned Rail Lines to Recreational Trails

730 The Potential Use of the Kawartha Rail-Trails

731 Fund-raising that's fun. Wellington Rails-to-Trails gets $30 000 Just by Asking

732 The Georgian Trail Staying on Track!

733 Letter to Regional Director, Parks Canada re: hardening of trails in mountain national parks.

734 The Hart-Montague Bicycle Trail State Park

735 Glacial Drumlin State Trail

736 Florida hoping to catch the train for trails across the state

737 People must voice support for rails to trails

738 Metro trail to link Bruce, Ganaraska

739 Converting Abandoned Railroad Corridors to Trails

740 Trails and Greenways in the Planning Act

741 The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a Proposal

742 Local enthusiast attends national conference on rail trails

743 Council approves bike path

744 Walking, biking trail set for construction

745 Planning Report for Managing the West Coast Trail: A Survey of West Coast Trail Hikers, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

746 Regulating Mountain Biking in Natural Areas

747 Symposium on Government-Citizen Partnership in Hiking Trails

748 Appalachian National Scenic Trail Case Study Final Report

749 An Appalachian Greenway: Purposes, Prospects and Programs

750 Caledon Trailway Bridge Decking and Approach: Design Details

751 Caledon Trailway Entry Gate: Design Details

752 Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site Management Plan: Newsletter

753 Mountain Biking Symposium Proceedings: A forum to explore ways of accommodating mountain biking in British Columbia while addressing the concerns of other trail users and land managers.

754 The Potential Economic Benefits of Rail-Trails in the Region of Peterborough, Ontario

755 Visitor Code for Hattie Cove and Backcountry Areas

756 Coastal Hiking Trail Maps: Pic River to North Swallow River

757 Hiking With The Kids

758 Trail Safety

759 Sharing the Trail! (A brochure on wise trail use)

760 Trail Mix: Off-highway Vehicle Recreation

761 Pukaskwa National Park Return Registration

762 Park Use Permit

763 Backcountry Use Permit

764 Yellowstone National Park Trails Handbook

765 BC Walking News: Volkssport Association of British Columbia

766 Heritage Trails Fund: Trails, Parks, Open Space Newsletter

767 Trailblazer: Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Newsletter

768 Greenways: Trails for Today and Tomorrow: Newsletter

769 Snowmobiling becoming big business

770 The Potential for Unopened Road Allowances as Recreational Access Routes in Cavan Township, Peterborough County

771 The Right to Wander: Politics and Recreational Land Use

772 Rails-to-Trails: A Valuable Resource for Outdoor Educators

773 Trail Country, Olympic National Park

774 The Great Toronto Bicycling Guide

775 Congestion, Quality, Deterioration, and Optimal Use: Wilderness Recreation in the Spanish Peaks Primitive Area

776 Northern Ontario Canoe Routes

777 A Hiking Guide to New Brunswick

778 How to Shit in the Woods

779 Soft Paths; How to enjoy the wilderness without harming it

780 Ten Bike Tours In and Around Toronto

781 Kluane Park Hiking Guide; Routes and trails in Canada's north

782 Hiking Ontario's Heartland; Including Southwestern Ontario, Bruce-Georgian Bay, Central Ontario, Eastern Ontario, the Near North

783 The Canadian Rockies Trail Guide, Fifth Edition - Revised

784 The Original Mountain Bike Trails Handbook; A Guide to the Best Trails in the Greater Vancouver Area

785 The Wonder of Yoho

786 Take A Hike!

787 The Seguin Trail Management Plan, Draft

788 Exploring the urban wilderness: Take a walk on the wild side by discovering the natural beauty of Metro's ravines

789 Rail-Trails and Adjacent Landowners: A Case Study of the Peterborough-Lakefield Proposed Recreational Trail

790 What Are The Possible Solutions To The Conflicts Arising From Multiple Uses Of Rail Trails?

791 Trent University Wildlife Sanctuary: An Analysis of Trail Users and Demands, in order to provide better management guidelines for the Trent University Nature Areas Committee

792 Rails to Trails to Greenways in Simcoe County: A Recreational Greenway Development Study

793 Recycling the Tracks

794 Phenomena, comment and notes: A network of green corridors, threading its way through city and countryside, is proposed by a presidential commission

795 Grand River Valley Trail Systems

796 Internal Marketing

797 Managing and Operating National Parks and Historic Sites in Canada's North: New Directions for the Future

798 Establishing New Parks in the North: The Socio-Economic Role in the Process

799 Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse Visitor Tracking Study: Pilot Test of a Video Tracking Technique at Gros Morne National Park

800 Yoho Data Base Project: Evaluation and Recommendations for the Future

801 Collaboration Between the Public and Private Sector

802 Use or Abuse of Focus Groups

803 Groups battle to save abandoned rail lines for hiking, skiing

804 'Rails to trails' concept growing

805 Council will hire legal expert to fight rail line abandonment

806 Decision on rail line fight expected

807 County forms rail corridor committee

808 Group will keep efforts for rail line going strong

809 County approves funding for fight to save rail line

810 Future or small town rail service may be up in the air

811 Interest groups pitch heritage and recreational ideas

812 CN branch line from Stratford draws four bidders

813 Trails on abandoned lines wanted

814 Bikers and hikers at odds in B.C.

815 Moraine development faces tough guidelines

816 Battle Over The Line: Outdoor enthusiasts pitted against farmers in debate over abandoned railway

817 Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area Management Plan 1992

818 Trail Bicycling: A Study of Recreation Conflict in National Parks

819 Studying Canterbury trails

820 Prince Albert National Park Management Plan Review

821 The Pacific Crest Trail

822 You'll get that sinking feeling - not

823 Whittaker trail back in operation

824 Local hiking trail hot even in winter's cold

825 KCCA and Friends of the Environment Foundation Create New Walking Trail

826 Nature trail eyed on disused rail line

827 Heber Down Conservation Area and Trail Map

828 Devil's Den Nature Trail, Heber Down Conservation Area

829 Springbanks Nature Trail, Heber Down Conservation Area

830 Enniskillen Conservation Area

831 Welcome to the Self-Guided Nature Trail at Enniskillen Conservation Area

832 Guide to Cross-Country Skiing Opportunities in Cloca Conservation Areas

833 Harmony Valley Conservation Area Recreation Brochure

834 Purple Woods Conservation Area Sugarbush Nature Trail

835 Long Sault Conservation Area Recreation Brochure

836 Lynde Shores Conservation Area Trail Map

837 Guide to Disabled Access Opportunities in Cloca Conservation Areas

838 Timmins Recreation Trail System

839 Golden Springs Trail

840 Bart Thomson Trail

841 Proctor Conservation Area

842 Seymour Conservation Area and Trail Map

841 Proctor Conservation Area and Trail Map

843 Goodrich-Loomis Conservation Area and Trail Map

844 Goodrich-Loomis Conservation Area self-guided nature trail

845 The Jack Lange Memorial Walkway (Trenton Greenbelt)

846 Lake Whittaker Conservation Area and Trail Map

847 Dalewood Conservation Area and Trail Map

848 The Sinking Bridge Walking Trail

849 Dalewood Walking Trail

850 the Carolinian trails of Backus Woods; Sugar Bush Trail

851 The Carolinian Trails of Backus Woods

852 Haldimand Nature Trail

853 Forest Community Trail, Hazelwood Lake Conservation Area

854 A Walking Tour of the Neebing/McIntyre Floodway

855 Cross Country Skiing in Lakehead Region Conservation Areas

856 Cross-country skiing, Vanderwater Conservation Area

857 Cross-country Skiing, Quinte Conservation Area

858 Sheffield Conservation Area

859 Sidney Conservation Area and Trail Map

860 Quite Conservation Area Interpretive Trail Guide

861 Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park

862 Harry Smith Conservation Area

863 Beaver Meadow Wildlife Management Area

864 Little Bluff Conservation Area

865 Demorestville Dam

866 Whattam's Memorial Walkway

867 Missassauga Point

868 Macaulay Mountain Conservation Area

869 Lake Laurentian Conservation Area

870 The Hardwood Trail - Woodend Conservation Area

871 The Silurian Adventure Trail - Woodend Conservation Area

872 Springwater Conservation Area and Trail Map

873 Archie Coulter Conservation Area and Trail Map

874 Rideau Trail; A Cross-Country Trail for Hiking and Skiing

875 The Moira and Skootamatta Canoe Route Guide

876 The Cataract Trail; Ball's Falls Conservation Area

877 Saugeen Conservation Campgrounds and Trail Map

878 Saugeen Headquarters Conservation Area Trail Map

879 Saugeen Valley - Allan Park Ski Trails

880 Saugeen Valley - Sullivan Township Cross Country Ski Trail

881 Your Guide to the Saugeen Valley Headquarters Conservation Area

882 Kettle Valley Railway Trail: Opportunities For Outdoor Recreation

883 Okanagan River Bicycling & Hiking Trail: Oliver Area

884 The Avon Trail: St. Mary's to Conestoga

885 Long Breach Conservation Area and Trail Map

886 Ball's Falls Historical Park and Conservation Area Trail Map

887 Beamer Memorial Conservation Area and Trail Map

888 Binbrook Conservation Area and Trail Map

889 Chippewa Creek Conservation Area and Trail Map

890 St. Johns Conservation Area and Trail Map

891 Stevensville Conservation Area and Trail Map

892 Mud Lake Conservation Area and Trail Map

893 A Forest Frolic; Balls Falls Conservation Area and Trail Map

894 The Sassafras Stroll; St. Johns Conservation Area and Trail Map

895 Provincial Trails System Using the Abandoned Railways System

896 Trail Developments, to form a provincial trails council

897 The future of cycling in New Brunswick

898 OSPS Newsletter

899 Shabomeka LEGPOWER Pathfinders; A Minimal Impact Organization

900 Hiking Trail Conditions in Pangnirtung Pass, 1984, Banff Island, Canada

901 Forest Community Trail; Hazelwood Lake Conservation Area

902 Corbeil Interpretive Trail; Changes over time...

903 The Eay Claire Gorge Story and Interpretive Trail

904 "Rails-to-Trails" Greening the Grand River Valley

905 Alternative Uses of Abandoned Railway Rights-of-Way, An Overview

906 Kawartha Rail-Trail Inventory

907 K&P Trail Conservation Area, Management Plan Draft

908 Protecting and Managing Abandoned Railway Rights-of-Way for Conservation and Recreation, Results of a Workshop Held at the University of Waterloo, October 20, 1989

909 Formative Evaluation of twenty-six Interpretive Signs in Western Canadian Heritage Areas

910 Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail: Management Plan for Trail Portions on Public Forest Lands

911 Five state approaches to trailbike recreation facilities and their management

912 Agreements for Recreation and Conservation Branch: Background papers on Major Historic Routes - Their Historical Significance and Constraints

913 Packstock in Wilderness: Use, Impacts, Monitoring, and Management

914 Ganaraska Forest Summer Recreation

915 Ganaraska Forest Winter Recreation

916 Cycling in Rural Ontario

917 Voyageur Trail Association Members: Their Characteristics, Use, Experience and Site Attribute Preferences on the Voyageur Trail

918 Provincial Parks Trail Planning and Design Manual

919 The Rideau Trail Guidebook

920 Turning Rails Into Trails

921 Railway Renewal; Abandoned track converted into nature trails catches on across the country

922 Program paves way to recreation

923 Land owners now hail scenic courses

924 Master Plan for the Development of a Greenway Along the Former Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railway Corridor; Executive Summary

925 Legal Liability for Trail and Greenway Managers: An Overview of Canadian Laws

926 Provincial Trial & River Inventory Form

927 Rails to Trails; New uses for abandoned railway rights of way

928 The Dawn of Jamaica; Jamaica clings to nature high on mountain trail

929 'Rails to trails' the battle cry

930 The Intrepid Snowmobiler

931 Old rail lines

932 On the Trans-Canada - Trail, that is

933 Oregon Trail: 150 years of history

934 Accessibility and Recreational Trails

935 Goderich to Guelph Multiple Use Corridor; Preparation of a Management Plan for Interim Use, Draft Work Plan

936 Central Ontario Rail Trail Vision Statement

937 Rotary Greenway Trail

938 A Compendium of Southern Ontario Rail Lines 1850-1984

939 Lynn Valley Trail; 10 km Simcoe to Port Dover

940 Paddling Catalogue; "Canada's Canoe Information Specialists"

941 Natural Outings '94; By foot or paddle to beautiful wild places

942 Trails For Tomorrow; How to Realize Your Trail Dream, National Trails Conference, Banff, Alberta

943 The Ganaraska News

944 Otago Central Rail Trail Newsletter

945 Ride of the Century, Trenton to Algonquin Park

946 California Trails Conference, Tenth Anniversary

947 Bergwanderprogramm, Mountain Hiking Program

948 A Walking Tour of the Fort Walsh Townsite

949 The Oregon Trail, 4-part film series

950 Fall & Winter First Aid and Survival Tips

951 Caribou Forest Region Recreation Map

952 The Kawarthas, Get away to Central Ontario, Toptrails

953 The Benefits of Rail-Trails and Greenways

954 The trail to heaven, Camping in the Rockies at night, riding steeds by day

955 Snowmobilers, hikers lose rights to trails

956 Interpretation of Heritage Features of Rail Trails: A Case Study of the Peterborough Area

957 Going to the Source for Accessibility Assessment

958 Park Access Digest

959 Newfoundland and Labrador Trail Inventory

960 Stepping Out: A Guide to Walking Routes in Peterborough

961 Trails: A selected and annotated bibliography

962 Parks, Protected Areas and the Human Future: The Caracas Declaration

963 Cooper Marsh Conservation Area and Visitors Centre

964 Gray's Creek Conservation Area and Marina Complex

965 Ride for Canada

966 Off Road Rules of the Trail

967 Guided Walks and Tours

968 Environmental Planning and Stewardship. One Day, Three Events: Landscape, Ecology and Planning Niagara Greenways Network and Shorthills Provincial Park

969 Rail Trail Development Program and Cost Estimates

970 Piecing Together the Three Rivers Heritage Trail

971 Volunteers Needed for Lawrenceville Clean-up; Changes Along the South Side Riverfront; In Memory of Martin O'Malley

972 Friends of the Riverfront Three Rivers Heritage Trail

973 The Three Rivers Heritage Trail: A Project of the Friends of the Riverfront

974 Directors Meeting

975 Trent Student Geographer: Studies in Recreation

976 Interministerial Committee on Abandoned Railway Rights-of-way: An Outline and Members List

977 The Voyageur Trail

978 Bibliographic List of Information Regarding User Fees

979 Have-A-Ball Snowmobiling Trail System

980 Kawartha Snow Trails: So Close To Home

981 Ski Cross-Country

982 Sleddin' the Highlands '94

983 The Burke Gilman Trail

984 Restoring Life to Abandoned Railroad Corridors

985 A Proposal to Host the 2nd Canadian Rails to Greenways National Conference

986 Hiking High

987 Sea to Sky Trails: Canoeing, Hiking, Touring, Sea Kayaking and Trekking

988 American Hiker

989 Recreation Study: Trails

990 Job Description

991 Job Posting

992 Information Forum

993 Greater Peterborough Triathlon and Club Championships

994 Hiking and Cross-Country Skiing Trails

995 Cross-country Skiing

996 Hiawatha Highlands Conservation Authority

997 Fort Creek Conservation Area

998 Shore Ridges Conservation Area

999 Winter Guide '93-'94

1000 Greenways: Buzzword or Panacea?

1001 Recreational Mountain Biking: A Management Perspective

1002 The Oregon Trail's Landscape: 150 Years Later

1003 Abandoned railways

1004 From Rails to Trails and Back Again: A Look at the Conversion Program

1005 A Guide to Hassle-Free Railroad Right-of-Way Conversion

1006 Building Support for Urban Trails

1007 Easy Access with Trail Partners

1008 Walking and Land-use Planning

1009 A Code of Ethics for the Enjoyment of B.C.'s Trails

1010 Guide Technique D'Amenagement Des Voies Cyclables; review and order form

1011 Bu Chemin De Fer Au Parc Lineaire Des Laurentides; plan directeur, parc du P'tit Trail du Nord

1012 Grey Owl Canoe Route; Kingsmere Lake to Nova Lake

1013 Backcountry Cycling in Prince Albert National Park

1014 Trent Nature Areas, The Wildlife Sanctuary Trail Guide

1015 Kingsmere Lake and the Bagwa Canoe Route; Prince Albert National Park

1016 Off-Road Vehicle Recreation Study; Characteristics, Demand and Impact on the Social and Physical Environment

1017 Five Winds Touring Club and Membership Application

1018 Denali National Park and Preserve Trial Map

1019 Moab Area Mountain Bike Routes

1020 Bicycle Day Trip Routes; South Central Ontario

1021 Ice Age Trail; National Scenic Trail, Wisconsin

1022 Lewis and Clark Trail

1023 North Country Trail

1024 Appalachian Trail

1025 Oregon Trail

1026 National Recreation Trails Guide

1027 Frobisher-Apex Circle Trail

1028 CN wants to slash rail lines

1029 L.L. Bean Spring 1994 catalogue

1030 Canada - British Columbia Agreement for Recreation and Conservation on the Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail

1031 Alberta TrailNet News

1032 Breakaway; Ontario's Travelling, Vacation and Outdoor-Living Newsletter

1033 Comfortable Hiking Holidays

1034 Outlook; Hike Ontario Newsletter

1035 Do-it-yourself British walk

1036 Company maps out success

1037 Analysis of the 1990 Chilkoot Trail Survey

1038 Haliburton Highlands Ski Trail Guide

1039 Maple Syrup Demonstration: Trail Guide

1040 Great Country Walks Around Toronto - within reach by public transit

1041 Exploring Ottawa: Ten tours for walking, skating, bicycling or driving

1042 The Complete Guide to Backpacking in Canada

1043 On the trail of Manitoba heritage

1044 A Walk on the Canol Road - Exploring the First Major Northern Pipeline

1045 103 Hikes in Southwestern British Columbia


1047 Friends of Frontenac Park - Return a favor to nature

1048 Wildlife Habitat Trail - See what you can do on your property

1049 Shoreline Centennial Trail Guide - Charleston Lake Provincial Park

1050 Sandstone Island Trail Guide - Charleston Lake Provincial Park

1051 Hemlock Ridge Trail Guide - Charleston Lake Provincial Park

1052 Cross-Country Ski Trails - Sandbanks Provincial Park

1053 Sleeping Giant Provincial Park

1054 Frontenac Provincial Park - Trail guide

1055 Frontenac Provincial Park - Trail Guide

1056 North Kawartha Canoe Routes

1057 Wheeler's Walk Trail Guide- Selkirk Provincial Park

1058 Silent Lake Provincial Park Trails

1059 Lookout-Bluff Trail Guide - Turkey Point Provincial Park

1060 Lake St. Peter Provincial Park

1061 Silent Lake Provincial Park

1062 Silent Lake Provincial Park - Winter - Cross country ski trail

1063 Petroglyphs Provincial Park

1064 Cross-Country Skiing - Pinery Provincial Park

1065 Riverside Trail Ausable River Ecology

1066 Carolinian Trail - Exploring Canada's Deep south

1067 Bittersweet Trail - Pinery's Mammals

1068 Cedar Trail - Oak Savanna Ecology

1069 Rock Point Provincial Park Guide

1070 Short Hills and the Palaeozoic Trail Guides

1071 Woodlot Trail Guide - Rock Point Provincial Park

1072 Grand Valley Trails - Make track with us - membership application

1073 Tatshenshini River (Shawshe Chu), Yukon Territory - Canadian Heritage Rivers System Background Study

1074 Frontenac Provincial Park, 1994 Programme

1075 Green Trail - Greenwater Provincial Park

1076 Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park Guide

1077 Etienne Trail System - Samuel de Champlain Provincial Parke

1078 Ski Into Our Heritage - ski trail system

1079 Killarney Provincial Park Hiking Trails

1080 Bon Echo Provincial Park - Outline of trails

1081 Bon Echo Provincial Park, 1993 Facilities Services and Programmes

1082 The Abes and Essens Trail Guide - Bon Echo Provincial Park

1083 High Pines Trail Guide - Bon Echo Provincial Park

1084 Kishkebus Canoe Trail - Bon Echo Provincial Park

1085 The Shield Trail - Bon Echo Provincial Park

1086 Finlayson Point Provincial Park Guide

1087 Killbear Provincial Park - Lookout Point Trail: Life in the Hardwood Forest

1088 Earl Rowe Provincial Park - The Lookout Trail

1089 Cedar Sands Trail Guide - Sandbanks Provincial Park

1090 Ravine Creek Trail - Port Burwell Provincial Park

1091 Algonquin Provincial Park in Winter 1993-94

1092 Mono Cliffs Hiking Trails

1093 Forks of the Credit Provincial Park

1094 The Trail of Nanabush

1095 The Shoals Provincial Park - The Lonesome Bog Hiking Trail

1096 Killarney Provincial Park Map and Trail Guide

1097 The Bermuda Railway Trail Guide

1098 Height of Land Hiking Trail - Wakami Lake Provincial Park

1099 Ivanhoe Lake Provincial Park

1100 Wakami Lake Provincial Park

1101 Algonquin Provincial Park

1102 Lake Superior Provincial Park

1103 MacLeod Provincial Park

1104 Minnesing Mountain Bike Trail - Algonquin Provincial Park

1105 Hiking Trails - Lake Superior Provincial Park

1106 Join today! Ganarask Forest Memebership Application

1107 Ganaraska Forest Winter Recreation

1108 Discover Adventure on a Canadian Heritage River

1109 Discover the Magic in Canada's National Parks

1110 Discover Youself in Canada's National Historic Sites

1111 Walking Routes In Peterborough Guidebook Recommendation

1112 Selected references and acknowledgments

1113 Abandoned Railroads in Maine: Their Potential For Trail Use

1114 Exploring the Trans Canada Trail

1115 Correspondence

1116 Turning Rails into Trails

1117 A Provincial Strategy for Evaluating Abandoned Railroad Rights-of-Way for Alternative Uses

1118 Abandoned Railroad Rights-of-Way As Potential Bicycling and Hiking Trails

1119 Land Use Guidelines Access Roads and Trails

1120 Quetico Park Trail Guide 1993

1121 Macleod Provincial Park Trail Guide

1122 Metropolitan Toronto Visitors Guide 1994

1123 Create Your Own Getaway

1124 Metro Toronto For The Recreational Cyclist

1125 Metro Toronto For The Walking Tourist

1126 Draft Trail Classifications

1127 Status of United States National Trail System

1128 Footprint

1129 Consolidation of the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Railway Lines from Debeaujeu to North Bay: the adverse environmental, social and economic impacts on Algonquin Provincial Park and the communities of the Ottawa Valley

1130 Trails to Tomorrow

1131 Lakehead Region Conservation Authority Brochure

1132 Trail Presentation

1133 Rene Brunelle Provincial Park

1134 Fushimi Lake Provincial Park

1135 Sibbald Point Provincial Park

1136 Sibbald Point Provincial Park

1137 Trails Tomorrow: A Call To Action

1138 War Flares Over Wall Walk

1139 Make Tracks of the Grand Valley Trails

1140 The Grand Valley Trails Guidebook: A Hiking Trail in the Grand River Valley

1141 Fire Tower Trail: Fushimi Lake Provincial Park

1142 Secrets of Successful Rail-Trails: An Acquisition and Organizing Manual for Converting Rails into Trails

1143 Petroglyphs Provincial Park

1144 Striking a Balance: Managing Backcountry Visitor Impacts on the Berg Lake Trail, Mount Robson Provincial Park

1145 Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail

1146 IMBA Trail News

1147 Park Facility Standards Manual - Trail Section

1148 The Recognition of Trails in Planning Documents

1149 Use Patterns and Visitor Characteristics, Attitudes and Prferences in Nine Wilderness and Other Roadless Areas

1150 Athabasca Landing Trail and the Perryvale Centre for Heritage Exploration: Interpretive Concept Plan

1151 The Rideau Trent Severn: Canada's unique 425 mile waterway corridor: Yesterday Today Tomorrow, 5th edition

1152 A National Wild Rivers System, Proposal

1153 A Guide to the Nature of Mountain Rivers and White Water

1154 The Quinte-Kingston Area of Canada's unique 425 mile waterway corridor: Yesterday Today Tomorrow: A report on optimum recreational development

1155 Kitwanga National Historic Site Management Plan

1156 The Whiteshell Provincial Natural Park Master Plan

1157 The Whiteshell Provincial Natural Park Master Plan; Summary Report

1158 The Hike Ontario Guide to Walks Around Toronto

1159 Trail traces the Ice Age in Wisconsin

1160 Pathfinders on trail to their goal

1161 Tourism routes being studied for possible upgrading

1162 Urban landscape may become green network

1163 A dream: to soothe our crumbling souls with nature's balm

1164 Car culture often clashes with hikers and cyclists

1165 Urban Greenways: Alternatives to Autogeddon

1166 Hikers could replace trains once old railway abandoned

1167 Group has visions of happy trail

1168 Rails to Trails Conversion of the Fonthill Spur: Notes for Discussion

1169 Background information on the Niagara Greenways Network

1170 National unity through blisters; A proposed pathway would let Canadians walk, quarreling, from sea to sea

1171 Trans Canada Trail Calgary makes tracks

1172 Trail to unite Canada

1173 World's longest trail on track for Canada

1174 Canada 125: A patriotic end

1175 Group envisions national trail by year 2000; Donations would pay for hiker's highway linking Atlantic to Pacific and Beaufort

1176 Hiking trail already extends for 1,000 km

1177 Canada 125 hopes to blaze a final trail

1178 Canada 125 Corp. Report

1179 Dream of national trail nearing reality

1180 Trail developers told special treatment unlikely

1181 Olympic experience boosts nationwide trail plan

1182 Backers stressing safety concerns

1183 Orphan city paths need loving parents

1184 Integrated bike paths

1185 New trail ready next fall

1186 Unhappy Trails: Farmers worry recreation proposal will mean vandalism and littering

1187 Shell Lake Saskatchewan: In the spirit of pioneers, Fort Pitt Trail

1188 Alberta TrailNet Orientation Handbook

1189 Off-pavement Bicycling

1190 Mountain Bike Statistics (1984)

1191 Use of off-road bicycles in national parks

1192 Bicycle Use: A background paper for the Four Mountain Parks Planning Program

1193 Off-highway Bicycling

1194 Off-pavement Bicycling in Jasper National Park - A First Look

1195 The Responsible Off-road Rider

1196 Another View of Off-roading

1197 Ethics & Aesthetics of Mountian Biking

1198 In search of new trails

1199 Haliburton Nordic Trails, The Ski Trails of Haliburton County

1200 County of Haliburton Trails and Touring Network Strategy Development Study Proposal

1201 Recreation Trail Master Plan Terms of Reference

1202 Room for All

1203 YES! Mountain Bikers Are Not Outlaws, and We Have a Right To Use Public Trails: NO! Off-Road Riding is Destructive, Dangerous, and Must Be Restricted-Now!

1204 The Art of Riding Softly

1205 S.O.S. Save Our Sport Through Activism and Education

1206 Conflict in Outdoor Recreation: A Theoretical Perspective

1207 Snowmobilers must be make more welcome, HCSA says

1208 The Waterfront Trail Northumberland County, Port Hope to Trenton

1209 One Hell of a Trail

1210 12 Prime Trails In The Wild, Wild West

1211 On the Trail of History; Once a stategic wartime project, the Canol pipeline has given rise to one of the world's great hiking trails

1212 Attachments to Recreation Settings: The Case of Rail-Trail Users

1213 The Bruce: On the Edge of Wilderness

1214 Hikers and Recreational Stock Users: Predicting and Managing Recreation Conflicts in Three Wildernesses

1215 Trans Canada Trail; The National Dream Revisited

1216 The Seguin Trail Management Plan

1217 Property Protection and Outdoor Opportunities: A Guide to The Occupiers' Liability Act, 1980 and The Trespass to Property Act, 1980

1218 The Oregon Trail 1843-1993: A Self-Guiding Tour of the Oregon Trail Across Oregon

1219 The Oregon Trail; The Adventure is Still Here

1220 Tents vs Cabins on the Chilkoot and Canol Trails: Within a Carrying Capacity Framework

1221 Exploring the Concept of User Fees and Their Application With Specific Reference to the Chilkoot Trail

1222 Backpacker Use Patterns at Great Smoky Mountains National Park

1223 The Rivers and Trails Conservation Assistance Program

1224 I Live on a Greenway

1225 What Does RTCA Really Do?

1226 Ninth National Trails Symposium Proceedings

1227 The Distance Hiker's Gazette

1228 Heritage River Greenway Corridor: A Committment to the Grand Strategy

1229 Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs Annual Report

1230 Jobs & Dollars Benchmark Successful Season for Snowmobiling

1231 Long Distance Trails: The Appalachian Trail as a Guide to Future Research and Management Needs

1232 Kawartha Nature

1233 The Bruce Trail Guide Book

1234 Greenways and Green Space on the Oak Ridges Moraine

1235 Auyuittuq National Park Reserve

1236 Wilderness Honeymoon on the West Coast Trail

1237 A Fragment of France: Hiking in St. Pierre & Miquelon

1238 Cycling in Vermont

1239 New Zealand's National Walkway Network

1240 Recreational Specialization Among River Users: The Case of Nahanni National Park Reserve

1241 A Recreation Manager's Guide to Understanding River Use and Users

1242 First Nova Scotia Trails Symposium Proceedings

1243 Uhthoff Trail Life Science Study

1244 South Downs Way National Trail

1245 Discover Rossendale Guided Walks Winter 1993/94

1246 North Downs Way National Trail

1247 Farm Buggy Trails

1248 Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path National Trail

1249 Bridgewater Walks Lymm

1250 Bridgewater Walks Stockton Heath

1251 Waymarking Public Rights of Way

1252 Walking in Britain

1253 Horses in the Countryside

1254 The Moiuntain Bike Code of Conduct

1255 Cleveland Way National Trail

1256 Keswick Railway Footpath A Scenic Walk Through the Greta Gorge

1257 Local Paths Partnership

1258 Walking The Activity of a Lifetime

1259 National Target For Rights of Way; The Milestones approach

1260 Survey Data and Maps Cleveland Way Base Line Survey

1261 Clevland Way Management Strategy

1262 Conservation Walks North of England

1263 Summary of the Pennine Bridleway

1264 Parish Paths News

1265 The Three Peaks Project; A case study in managing footpath erosion

1266 Recreational cycling in the countryside

1267 Camre; Draft Strategy for Public Paths

1268 Paths, routes and trails: Policies and priorities

1269 Managing rights of way: An agenda for action

1270 Chilkoot Trail National Historic Park Visitor Survey 1986

1271 Backcountry visitors' guide to Jasper National Park

1272 Day Hikers' Guide to Jasper National Park

1273 Yukon National Historic Sites Management Planning Programs

1274 Membershipapplication form

1275 Walking For All Ages and Around the World

1276 The Niagara River Recreation Trail

1277 The Alaska Highway Historic Milepost, A mile by mile guide

1278 Upper Coquet Valley Access Guide

1279 Guided Walks in County Durham

1280 Public Rights of Way in Northerumberland

1281 Hiking Trails Along the Icefields Parkway Banff

1282 Cleveland Way National Trail Accommodation and Information Guide

1283 Historic Forest Trails

1284 The Rights of Way Act 1990

1285 Walks in Scotland

1286 The Bruce Trail News

1287 The Bruce Trail News

1288 The Bruce Trail News

1289 The Bruce Trail News

1290 The Bruce Trail News

1291 The Bruce Trail News

1292 The Bruce Trail News

1293 The Right Man at the Right Time

1294 Quebec's Moisie River

1295 Exhaustion and Fulfillment: The Ascetic in a Canoe

1296 Recapturing The Soul: Paddling Western Rivers

1297 Stikine - The Great River

1298 Memories of the White River

1299 Canadian Trains - Part of Our Heritage

1300 Hamilton township hiking trail final report

1301 Analysis of economic impacts of the northern central rail trail

1302 "Nova Scotia will help Trans Canada Trail Plan"

1303 Walk It: Walking Trails of Port Hope, Cobourg and District Areas

1304 Caledon Rail Trail Design Guidelines

1305 "Footprint"

1306 Bicycling in Illinois

1307 The Alexander Mackenzie Voyageur Association Newsletter

1308 "Nature Trail Plan Developed"

1309 Trails for the twenty-first century

1310 Georgian Bay Islands National Park

1311 "New Footpath"

1312 Public Road Allowances - An Explanatory Guideline

1313 Medicine Hat Trail Guide

1314 Response Rates at Unmanned Trail Registers, Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, Canada

1315 Miller Creek Wildlife Area: Checklist of Plant and Wildlife Species

1316 The Wolds Way: Long-distance Footpath Guide No. 12

1317 Haliburton Nordic Trails Trail Map

1318 The Rights of Way Act 1990

1319 Kawartha Rail-Trail

1320 Ganaraska Forest User Regulations

1321 "Bike trail paving to begin next week"

1322 Rails to Greenways: The Proceedings of a Conference August 13-15, 1993

1323 Coast, Coal and Chemicals

1324 The Ribble Way

1325 The Mountain Bike Code of Conduct

1326 A Frontier Guide to The Dewdney Trail: Salmo to Wild Horse

1327 Cycling from the Cyclepath

1328 Making tracks: Your guide to walks that everyone can enjoy

1329 The Rail Trail: North Moors National Park Goathland to Grosmont

1330 Grassington Village Trail

1331 Up With The Torngats

1332 One Hell of a Trail

1333 A Ski Traverse of the Yukon's St. Elias Mountains

1334 Splendor in Ivvavik: Fall Hiking in the Arctic

1335 Ontario's Crown Jewel: Hiking and Canoing in Killarney

1336 Names and All That Jazz

1337 What's in a Name?

1338 Trails and Tours Strategy Gets a Kick-start

1339 Rideau Trail

1340 Treasure Trove: Discovering the Ulster Way

1341 Waterton Lakes National Park: High in the Trail in Bear Country

1342 An Initial Investigation of the Winter Use of Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario Winter 1981-1982

1343 Bike Paths... Modelled on "Stowe Experience"

1344 Hiking New York

1345 Inca Trek

1346 The City of Architecture and Design Treasure Trail Competition

1347 Bruce Trail News

1348 Hikes and Bikes: Exploring Banff and Lake Louise on foot and by cycle

1349 The Mackenzie Connection Travel Book

1350 Resource Assistant Program

1351 From Rusty Rails to Nature Trails

1352 Hamilton township hiking trail study

1353 Pangnirtung Hiking Trails

1354 Chilkoot Trail National Historic Park

1355 Walking in Dumfries and Galloway

1356 Gatineau Park Bicycle Holidays

1357 Ontario Wildlife and Winter Trails

1358 Muskeg Creek Park

1359 Cross Country Skiing Marketing Survey

1360 Chilkoot Trail Information Package

1361 Recreational Trails: A Perspective from the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs

1362 Various

1363 Offa's Dyke Path

1364 Purdon Conservation Area

1365 K & P Trail Conservation Area

1366 Snowmobile Trail Map

1367 Patterns of Use on the Bruce Trail

1368 Icefields Parkway I.M.U. Plan

1369 Plantation Trail Self Guided Nature Trail

1370 Trail Classification System

1371 Lookout Nature Trail

1372 Outlook

1373 "Wanted" Persons with Mountain Bikes to Ride Abandoned Railway Rights-of-Ways in Ontario

1374 A River Recreation Strategy for British Columbia

1375 Executive Summary Canada 125 Meeting July 20, 1992

1376 North Superior Hiking Trail Terrace Bay District

1377 Canoes - And the Trent-Severn Waterway

1378 Crawford Lake Conservation Area Trail & Facility Guide

1379 The Friendly Phantom of the Whiskey Trail

1380 Niagara Escarpment Explorer Hamilton-Wentworth Area

1381 Niagara Escarpment Explorer Halton Area

1382 National Historic Park, Skagway Alaska

1383 Keno City Trails

1384 Howard Watson Nature Trail

1385 Trail Users' Code of Ethics

1386 Skagway Trail Map

1387 Snowmobile Trail Map

1388 Pottawatomi Conservation Area

1389 Inglis Falls Conservation Area

1390 Feversham Gorge

1391 Spirit Rock Conservation Area

1392 Indian Head Trail

1393 Repilac Ridge Trail Guide

1394 Near North Partnership: Discovery Routes of the Near North

1395 Caledon Trailway Walk

1396 Niagara Escarpment Explorer


1398 Discovery Routes Partnership

1399 Membership Application Form

1400 Donation Form

1401 Lake of the Woods Provincial Park

1402 Caliper Lake Provincial Park

1403 Morris Island Conservation Area

1404 Palmerston Canonto Conservation Area

1405 The Scenic Railway of the World

1406 Off Road Rules of the Trail

1407 Semiwite Lake Trail Guide

1408 Mississagi Provincial Park

1409 Cross-country Skiing

1410 Hit the Trail - Ganatchio Trail

1411 Rush Ranch Marsh Trail Guide

1412 Scenic Railway of the World #2

1413 Chilkoot Trail

1414 The Silver Trail

1415 Niagara Escarpment Explorer - Halton Area

1416 Crook's Hollow Historical Trail - West Section

1417 The South West Coast Path


1419 The Air is Crisp, the Paths Await

1420 Abandoned Line Ready to Get on Track

1421 Communication re: Trans-Canada Trail


1423 Correspondence re: Trans Canada Trail

1424 Guidelines for the Acquision, Development and/or Management of Abandoned Railway Rights-of-Way

1425 Correspondence re: Trans Canada Trail

1426 ISTEA and Trails: Merging Transportation Needs and Recreation Values

1427 Wilderness: The Spirit Lives On

1428 The Superior Hiking Trail

1429 The Iditarod National Historic Trail

1430 The Iditarod National Historic Trail brochure

1431 Anchorage Bike Trails and Winter Running Routes

1432 Arizona Trail Management Guide Summary

1433 RailsTrails

1434 The Arizona Trail

1435 Trails Tracks: The Trails Information Newsletter

1436 New York State Canals: Recreational Map and Guide

1437 The New York State Canal System

1438 National Trails Day 1994 Program Report

1439 Access by Design

1440 Merchandise order form

1441 Mountain Bike Trails: Techniques for Design, Construction and Maintenance - order form

1442 Trail Books - list of books relating to trails in U.S

1443 In Their Shoes: A Multi-Use Recreation Video

1444 Off Highway Motorsycle and ATV Trails Guidelines for Design, Construction, Maintenance and User Satsifaction

1445 Leave No Trace 1994 Product Catalogue

1446 Guide for Trail Workers

1447 Protecting and Enjoying Our Land: A Guide to the Rights and Responsibilities of Property Occupiers and Visitors

1448 Trail Reference: Trail Guide and Maps

1449 Alberta Exploration Guide: A Drive Through Time

1450 Gatineau Park Trail Use Assessment: Market Study and Trail System Analysis

1451 Bruce Trail Association Speakers' Manual

1452 Gatineau Trail Use Assessment: Market Study and Trail System Analysis

1453 Canadian Rockies Bikeways: Phase 1

1454 Attachments to Recreation Settings: The Case of Rail-Trail Users

1455 The Pennine Way

1456 A Walk in Malhamdale: Malham to Malham Tarn

1457 Birds Hill Provincial Park: Summer Trails

1458 On the Right Track: A Guide to Public Access in the National Park

1459 Path Changes for 1994

1460 Midshires Way: A Long Distance Footpath and Bridleway Linking the Ridgeway and the Trans Pennine Trail

1461 Fact Sheet: What is a Greenway? What are the Benefits of Greenways?

1462 Greenway Publications

1463 The Conservation Fund: Partners in Land and Water Conservation

1464 American Greenways: Linking the Nation's Open Space

1465 Tools of the Trail

1466 Trail Planning and Design Guidelines

1467 How Greenways Work: A Handbook on Ecology

1468 Fact Sheet: Economic Benefits of Greenways

1469 Trails Library Bibliography

1470 The Voyageur Heritage Trail: A Four-Season Recreation Proposal (draft)

1471 Hiker perception of wilderness in grand canyon national park: a study of social carrying capacity

1472 Kawartha Rail-Trail Newsletter: Acquiring the Rail Trail

1473 Why Ontarians walk, why Ontarians don't walk more

1474 Rotary Greenway Trail and Jackson Creek Trail nomination to Trans Canada Trail

1475 The LaVase Portage Project: Restore the Link, Connect with the Past

1476 Your Route to Discovery [trails] in the Near North

1477 Trails-A Catalyst for Tourism

1478 Long Lake, Aguasabon, Kenogami Waterway Development Study

1479 Snowmobile Trail Map for 1994

1480 What's In It For The River? A Review of British Columbia's Potential Participation in the Canadian Heritage Rivers System and the Implications for Provincial River Management

1481 Multi-terrain wheelchair hiking program

1482 Pukaskwa National Park: A wild shore

1483 Magnificent Magnetawan

1484 The Mountain River: Canada's Secret River

1485 Down to the Dunes: Canoeing the MacFarlane River

1486 Currents, Courses and Calm: Coastal Paddling in New Brunswick

1487 The World's 50 Greatest Trails: from tropical isles to staggering heights, these are remarkable mountain bike trails

1488 The Ganaraska News

1489 The Link, vol.1, issue 1

1490 West Coast Trail

1491 New phase for the ababdoned rail line from Glenn Ross to Lake St. Peter

1492 HHt Agreement Signed

1493 Forgotten Trails

1494 News Release-Report on Public consultation on Land use options

1495 Go For the Green News

1496 Public Trail Access: A Guide to the Protrection of Arizona's Trails

1497 Acquisitions list

1498 The Ganaraska News

1499 Acquisitions List

1500 Hunting Unicorns

1501 Trails for all Americans

1502 Annual Report

1503 "Once around the parks"- A History of Peterborough Parks,1880-1914

1504 Backpaker-the magazine of wilderness travel

1505 Springwater Provincial Park Management Plan

1506 Rae to make visit to Hastings Nov.25; & Premier announces grant for 155-km Hastings trail

1507 The Indicator Performance Estimate Approach to Determining Acceptable Wilderness Conditions

1508 New Zealand's Milford Track

1509 Bruce Trail News

1510 Update of the Master Plan for Parks and Recreation



1513 News Release


1515 Towards a Foot Trail Across Canada

1516 Letter from the Bruce Trail Assocciation

1517 Trails Forum for Ganaraska Heritage Shores - program

1518 User Conflicts on Recreation Trails

1519 "In Their Shoes" - A Multi-Use Recreation Video -> oder form

1520 Caledon Contributes to Trans Canada Trail

1521 Big Trailway Celebration

1522 Ontario Part of Trail Plan is Unveiled

1523 Rails-to-Trails Job Near Completed

1524 Trans Canada Trail Launched

1525 Service Clubs Support Humber Trail

1526 Trans Canada Trail in Action

1527 Trans Canada Trail Day Saturday June 3

1528 Letter of Recognition

1529 Rail Trail Drawings Completed Committee Planning Next Step

1530 Rail-Trail Inventory and Guidebook Survey

1531 Trail Inventory of Ontario - Caledon

1532 Town of Caledon CN Rail Line - Bruce Trail

1533 Caledon Rail-Trail Terra Cotta

1534 Rail-Trail Inventory and Guidebook Survey - Cambridge to Paris

1535 Make Tracks on the Grand Valley Trails

1536 Cambridge to Paris Rail-Trail

1537 Pinehurst Lake Conservation Area Winter Recreation

1538 Grand River Conservation Areas Guide Book

1539 The Vascular Plants of the Grand River Forests and Spottiswood Lakes Areas of Natural and Scientific Interest

1540 Trails Inventory of Ontario - Cambridge to Paris Rail-Trail

1541 Rails-to-Trails Greening the Grand River Valley

1542 Rail-to-Trail Success Story Duo saves Cambridge Riverside Strip for Hikers

1543 Paris to Cambridge Trail

1544 Abandoned Rail Lines - Guelph to Goderich, Elora to Cataract, Cambridge to Paris, Brantford to Ancaster

1545 Canoe, Bike, Hike Along the Grand River!

1546 The Grand Trunk West: St. Mary's to Sarnia

1547 Nature Trail Eyed on Disused Rail Line - The Forest St. Mary's sector would Complete a Province Wide Trail

1548 Trail Inventory of Ontario - The Fonthill Spur

1549 Ontario Rail-Trail Profile

1550 Trail Profile - Fonthill

1551 Specific Information on the Fonthill Spur

1552 Abandoned CN Rail Line Fonthill to Thorold Location Map

1553 Rail-Trail Inventory and Guidebook Survey - Elora to Cataract

1554 Specific Information on the Elora to Cataract Rail-Trail (the Wellington Rail-Trail)

1555 Trail Inventory of Ontario - Elora to Cataract Rail-Trail

1556 Elora to Cataract Trail

1557 The Wellington Grey and Bruce: The Bluewater Line (Elora to Cataract)

1558 Grand Valley Trails Association map - Elora

1559 Specific Information on the Caledon Trail

1560 Specific INformation on the Cambridge to Paris Rail-Trail

1561 Rail-Trail Inventory and Guidebook Survey - Georgian Trail

1562 Georgian Trail

1563 The Georgian Trail Staying on Track!

1564 Hike Ontario Workshop on Managing Rail-Trails - Georgian Trail

1565 Trail Inventory of Ontario - The Georgian Trail

1566 Specific Information on the Georgian Trail

1567 Georgian Trail, Meaford

1568 Perceived Benefits of Existing Rail-Trails in Simcoe County - Georgian Trail

1569 Rail-Trail Inventory and Guidebook Survey - Guelph to Goderich

1570 Procuring and Planning Rail-trails - Georgian Tiny and Uhtoff Trails (see accession # 1322 for full text)

1571 The Guelph and Goderich: A Link to the Lake

1572 Specific Information on the Guelph to Goderich Trail (Tiger Dunlop Trail)

1573 Rail-Trail Inventory and Guidebook Survey - Guelph Radial Line Trail

1574 Trail Inventory of Ontario - Radial Line Trail

1575 Specific Information on the Guelph Radial Line Trail

1576 Ontario Rail-Trail Profile

1577 Trail Inventory of Ontario - Guelph CNR Spur Line

1578 Royal Recreation Trail - Guelph CNR Spur Line

1579 Hike Ontario Workshop on Managing Rail-Trails - Geulph CNR Spur Line

1580 Correspondence re: Haliburton Trail

1581 Rail-Trail Inventory and Guidebook Survey - Victoria Recreation Transportation Corridor Haliburton

1582 Trail Inventory of Ontario - Haliburton Rail-Trail

1583 Trail Inventory of Ontario - Brantford to Jerseyville, Hamilton to Jerseyville

1584 All Aboard! The Hamilton Region Conservation Authority's West Hamilton to Jerseyville Rail Trail

1585 Specific Information on the Hamilton to Jerseyville Rail-Trail

1586 Ontario Rail-Trail Profile - Hamilton to Jerseyville

1587 Rail-Trail Inventory and Guidebook Survey - Hamilton to Jerseyville

1588 Rails to Trails - Hamilton to Jerseyville

1589 Better Bicycling in Hamilton and Wentworth

1590 Discover Dundas Valley pamphlet

1591 Discover the Dundas Valley pamphlet included Hamilton to Jerseyville Trail

1592 Focus on Conservation - Hamilton to Jerseyville Trail newsletter summer/fall issue

1593 Focus on Conservation - Hamilton to Jerseyville Rail Trail newletter winter spring issue

1594 Vista newletter winter issue

1595 Vista newsletter summer issue

1596 Rail Trail Master Plan - West Hamilton to Jerseyville

1597 Peterborough Bikeways Newsletter

1598 Footnotes

1599 Newsletter, 41 summer

1600 A Strategy For Theme Trails

1601 Footnotes newletter

1602 Footnotes newsletter

1603 The Blue Prints

1604 Niagara Grapevine newletter

1605 Beaver Valley Bruce Trail Club newsletter

1606 Niagara Grapevine, newsletter

1607 Beaver Valley Bruce Trail Club Newsletter

1608 The Central Ontario Railway: Into the Hills of Gold (Hastings Heritage Trail)

1609 Trail Inventory of Ontario, Hastings Heritage Trail

1610 Specific information on the Hastings Heritage Trail, includes map

1611 Fax - map and general information Hickson Trail

1612 Rail-Trail Inventory and Guidebook Survey - Hickson Trail

1613 Trail Inventory of Ontario - Hickson Trail

1614 Hike Ontario Workshop on Managing Rail-Trails - Hickson Trail

1615 Ontario Rail-Trail Profile - Hickson Trail

1616 Personal Correspondence and Map - Howard Watson Trail

1617 Rail-Trail Inventory and Guidebook Survey - Howard Watson Nature Trail

1618 Trail Inventory of Ontario - Howard Watson nature Trail

1619 Personal Correspondence to Lambton Wildlife Incorporated re: CNR Right of way - Howard Watson Nature Trail

1620 Western Uplands Backpacking Trail

1621 Booth's Rock Trail

1622 Track and Tower Trail

1623 Mizzy Lake Trail

1624 The Canadian Men and Women of the Time - J.R. Booth

1625 The John R. Booth Story

1626 Over The Hills to Geogian Bay - J.R. Booth

1627 Centennial Reflections - J.R. Booth

1628 Report on the Preservation of the Abandoned Ottawa/Arnprior/Parry Sound Rail Line

1629 Map of Parry Sound/Arnprior/Ottawa Rail Line - Booth

1630 The Ottawa Arnprior and Parry Sound: John Booth's Ghost Town Trail

1631 Jackson Creek Kiwanis Trail Installation of Signage

1632 Trail Now Leads to Nova Scotia's Balancing Rock

1633 The Cleveland Way

1634 Ballycastle Forest Nature Trail

1635 A Woodland Walk in Johnny Wood Borrowdale

1636 A Walking Tour of Williamstown

1637 Mountain Bikers in Turf War With Other Patrons of Parks

1638 Building By Design

1639 Lake Ontario Greenway Strategy

1640 Master Plan for the Gresham Section of the Springwater Trail Corridor

1641 Walking Is Effective, Affordable Exercise

1642 Jobs and Dollars Benchmark Successful Season for Snowmobiling

1643 Promise Rock Nature Trail Official Inauguration

1644 The Pennine Way

1645 The Maintenance of Public Paths

1646 The Diversion or Extinguishment of Public Rights of Way Under the National Parks Act

1647 Report of the Footpaths Committee

1648 New Nature Trail Circles Scout Camp's Promise Rock

1649 Heritage Riverscapes

1650 Marche

1651 Neston Rock Cutting Junior Nature Trail

1652 Effectiveness of Reducing Confilicts of Recreational Trail Use in the Wilderness

1653 Trekking in Chile's Torres del Paine

1654 Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail Newsletter I,2

1655 Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail Newsletter I, 2

1656 Bruce Trail News Fall 1995

1657 Footprint Vol. 12 Number 2 March/April 1995

1658 Bruce Trail News

1659 Newsletter Spring 1995

1660 Nova Scotia Trails

1661 New Coastal Trail

1662 Haunted Trails

1663 Jackson Creek Kiwanis Trail

1664 Discover Historic Guelph 1995 Guided Walking Tours

1665 Guysborough Nova Scotia Rail to Trail

1666 Nova Scotia Guysborough County Goes From Rail to Trail

1667 Caribbean Mastic Trail Reopens

1668 A Strategy for Theme Trails

1669 Caledon Comment, Spring 1995

1670 Highlights of the Bruce Trail

1671 Pathways: The Ontario Journal of Outdoor Education

1672 Campmor Equipment Catalogue

1673 Hiking in the Tyrol Is Walking Through a Storybook

1674 1994 Bruce Trail Calendar

1675 The Rattler Newsletter, Summer 1995

1676 Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail Newsletter

1677 Survey of Users, Chilcoot Trail B.C.

1678 The Influence of Trail Use Intensity on the Distribution of Wildlife: A Case Study of Presqu'ile Provincial Park

1679 Why Helmet Laws Treat Adults Like Children

1680 Trails for Today and Tomorrow Map

1681 Your Toronto Winter 1995

1682 The Best of Signs

1683 The Iroquoian Quarterly Newsletter Vol. 30 Issue 3 Summer 1995

1684 Green Sward June 1995

1685 The Iroquoian Fall Newsletter

1686 Otago Central Rail Trail Newsletter

1687 Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail Newletter

1688 Greenways Volume 2 Number 1 Spring 1991

1689 Greenways Volume 2 Number 2

1690 Trailblazers move on to next phase

1691 Walking can be easy in Gaspe

1692 Recreational Trampling Experiments: Effects of Trampler Weight and Shoe Type

1693 The Ganaraska News Fall 1995

1694 Outlook Newsletter Summer 1995

1695 Hike Canada Number 20 May 1995

1696 Trailblazer Newsletter July-September 1995

1697 The Rattler Newletter Fall 1995

1698 Caledon Comment Newsletter Fall/Winter 95/96

1699 Footprint Newsletter July/August 1995

1700 Footprint Newsletter January/February 1995

1701 Otago Central Rail Trail Newsletter May 1995

1702 Australian Rails to Trails Newsletter Autumn/Winter 1995

1703 Peterborough Bikeways Newsletter May 1995

1704 Peterborough County and Downtown City Cyclists' Maps

1705 Metropolitan Toronto Guide Map

1706 Press Release re. Guide to Canada's Railway Heritage: Museums and Attractions

1707 Canadian Rails to Greenways Network

1708 The Great OUtdoors Newsletter

1709 Focus on Conservation Summer/Fall 1994

1710 The Friends of Mackenzie Newsletter

1711 Mississagi Provincial Park Newsletter

1712 Travel group wages publicity war against battle damage (Newspaper Article published June 17, 1992)

1713 In Brief: Events of Interest to Outdoor Enthusiasts (Magazine Article)

1714 Trans Canada Trail

1715 Green Sward Magazine Vol 1 No 2 June 1994

1716 An Initial Bibliography on Rail Trails

1717 An Initial Bibliography on Rail Trails

1718 Outlook Newsletter Fall 1995

1719 The Blue Print Newsletter September 1995

1720 Beaver Valley Bruce Trail Club Newsletter Fall 1995

1721 Rescuers Busy in Wilds of Vancouver Article Sept. 6/95

1722 Niagara Bruce Trail Club Grapevine Newsletter Fall 1995

1723 Greenways: A Guide to Planning, Design and Development

1724 Ganaraska Trail List of Directors 1994

1725 Membership Application

1726 Trails and Tours Strategy Gets a Kick-Start

1727 JobsOntario News Release re. Abandoned Railway Rights-of -Way Nov. 4, 1994

1728 Five Public Forums on National Trails Policy

1729 Mountain Biking on Authority Lands Bulletin

1730 Equestrian Use on Conservation Authority Lands

1731 Trail Development Promotional Flyer

1732 Greeting Card

1733 Proceedings of the 1991 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium

1734 Rails With Trails Bulletin

1735 American Trails 12th National Trails Symposium Conference Agenda

1736 Letter re. Route of Trans Canada Trail

1737 Central Ontario TopTrails Peterborough Examiner Newspaper Article Nov. 26, 1994

1738 Township of Smith Cross Country Ski Trails

1739 Proposed On-Site Media, Banff National Park

1740 Oak Ridges Trail Association Objectives and Principles

1741 Oak Ridges Trail Association Brochure

1742 Trail Management Plan: The Seguin Trail

1743 Algonquin Park at One Hundred: A Question of Survival

1744 Hastings Heritage Trail Association Brochure

1745 Long-Distance Hiking in Ontario

1746 Voyageur Trail Association Update April 1995

1747 Voyageur Trail Association Brochure

1748 Quetico Provincial Park: Revised Park Policy 1995

1749 Letter re. Collicutt Rails to Trails Initiative April 10 1995

1750 Public Participation in Rail-Trail Planning: Two Case Studies

1751 Tasmanian Trail News

1752 Alexander Mackenzie Becentennial Expedition Annual Report

1753 The Net Economic Value of Recreation on the National Forests

1754 Minutes of Meeting July 15 1991

1755 Warsaw Caves Conservation Area

1756 Economic Impact of Provincial Parks in Ontario 1992

1757 Chilcoot Trail Management Plan Proposals Newsletter #3

1758 Sport Canada Slashes Funding Newspaper Article

1759 Biking Branches Out: 'Rails' Become Trails

1760 An Interesting Association of Plants Along A Railway Track at West Hill, ON

1761 The Pennine Way

1762 North Downs Way

1763 Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path

1764 Wolds Way

1765 The Ridgeway

1766 Cleveland Way

1767 The South West Coast Path

1768 Thames Path

1769 South Downs Way

1770 The South West Coast Path Project

1771 Vistas of Britain Guided Walking Tours

1772 Public Rights of Way: A Guide For Landowners and Occupiers

1773 Robin Hood's Bay: Waymark Walk

1774 Yorkshire Dales National Park Guided Walks 1994

1775 The Great North Walk: Further Down the Track

1776 Hume and Hovell Walking Track: Blowering Dam to Browns Creek

1777 Hume and Hovell Walking Track: Thomas Boyd Trackhead to the Hole or Cribbs Bridge

1778 Hume and Hovell Walking Track: Fitzpatrick Trackhead to Mount Wee Jasper

1779 "Another View" Aboriginal Walking Track

1780 The Mahogany Walking Track

1781 Wilsons Promontory N.P. Walking Track Guide 1 Southern Section

1782 Walks Around Mitta Mitta

1783 Bendigo Bushland Trail

1784 Barmah Walks

1785 Walks Around Aireys Inlet

1786 The Three Lost Children Walk

1787 Wilsons Promontory N.P. Walks - 2. Northern Section

1788 Waburton Walks (2)

1789 Box Vale Walking Track near Mittagong

1790 Wollondilly Town Walk at Goulburn

1791 Rainforest Nature Walk at Hallidays Point

1792 Walking the Australian Alps: Minimal Impact Bushwalking

1793 Six Foot Track: Katoomba to Jenolan Caves

1794 Bundidgerry Walking Track at Narrandera

1795 The Great North Walk

1796 Armidale Walking Track

1797 Walking Tracks

1798 Bomaderry Creek Walking Track

1799 Wellington Rails to Trails

1800 The Great Ganaraska Countryside Adventure

1801 Ron Baylis' Comfortable Hiking Holidays 1995 Brochure

1802 Natural Outings 1995 Summer/Fall Brochure

1803 Visitors Map: Greater Vancouver and Southwestern British Columbia

1804 Trails Reference List

1805 The Envoronmental Impacts of Recreation on Trails: An Annotated Bibliography

1806 Recreation Trails in Canada: A Comment and Bibliography on Trail Development and Use with Special Reference to the Rocky Mountain National Parks and Proposed Great Divide Trail

1807 Recreation Trails in Canada: a comment and bibliography on trail development and use with special reference to the Rocky Mountain National Parks and Great Divide Trail

1808 Hiking and Hiking Trails: A Trail and Trail Based Activities Bibliography

1809 Impact of Backcountry Visitors on the Environment: A Working Bibliography

1810 The Canaler Newsletter

1811 Heritage Highlights: A Biker's Holiday Through the Thousand Islands

1812 Interactive Newsgroup Assignment

1813 Issues in Recreation Geography: Internet Assignment

1814 Kawartha Rail-Trail Annual General Meeting

1815 The Merritt Trail Brochure

1816 Niagara Cycling Routes

1817 Travelling the Trails Newspaper Article

1818 Welcome to The Rotary and The Algonquin Regiment Fitness Trail

1819 Confederation Trail Newsletter

1820 Confederation Trail Brochure

1821 Notice of Annual General Meeting

1822 Crombie's window on the waterfront Newspaper Article

1823 The peak of hiking in land of fiords Newspaper Article

1824 Making trails where rails once thundered

1825 A bicycle device built for you and your pooch Newspaper Article

1826 Permanent Immigration, 1991

1827 Pathway project Newspaper Article

1828 Peace in the woods Newspaper Article

1829 Cyclist falls from bridge Newspaper Article

1830 Camping in the Rockies at night, riding steeds by day Newspaper Article

1831 P.E.I. trail system launched Newspaper Article

1832 Snowmobile clubs prepare trails Newspaper Articles

1833 Waterfront Trail Activities Calendar and Map Spring/Summer 1995

1834 Trans Canada Trail Donation Brochure

1835 Island Trails Q and A Brochure

1836 New Ways to Find Paths! Blaze Trails! Explore! Letter

1837 Trans Canada Trail Merchandise Order Form

1838 Short Walks on Cape Cod and the Vineyard

1839 Kawarthas Nature

1840 Nov. 1995 Covering Letter

1841 The Basics of the National Trails System Act Letter

1842 NBPC Technical Brief, Technical Assistance Series, Number 4

1843 Ontario's Near North Adventure Guide

1844 SustransNewsletter Summer 1995

1845 National Trails Day June 1, 1996 Brochure

1846 American Discovery Trail Special Newsletter

1847 List of Publications

1848 Local Funding Sources Newsletter

1849 GreenSense: A Report on State and Local Finance Newsletter Vol. 1, 3 Autumn 1995

1850 Human Powered Outdoor Recreation: State of the Industry Report

1851 Kakadu by Foot

1852 Sustainable Communities Conference Brochure and Registration Form

1853 Peterborough Natural Areas Strategy: Summary of the Draft Report

1854 Ontario Trails: A Growing Community

1855 Developing a Successful ISTEA Enhancements Application for Trail, Bicycle, and Pedestrian Projects: Technical Assistance Series #1

1856 Transportation Policy Resources Order Form

1857 An Introduction to ISTEA and Trails: A Newsletter

1858 Michigan Trailways Program

1859 The Impacts of Rail-Trails: Executive Summary

1860 The Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program: Summary

1861 Trails Advocate Newsletter Vol. 11: 1

1862 An Insight into Uluru: The Mala Walk and The Mutitjulu Walk

1863 Heritage Walks of Alice Springs Brochure

1864 Walks of Ormiston Gorge and Pound Brochure

1865Larapinta Trail: Telegraph Station to Simpsons Gap Brochure 1

1866 Park Notes: Walking Tracks in Kakadu National Park

1867 Park Notes: Nanguluwur Gallery Walk

1868 Park Notes: Bushwalking in Kakadu National Park

1869 Park Notes: Gungarre Walk: Aboriginal Use of Plants

1870 Park Notes: BARRK Sandstone Bush Walk

1871 Memo re Moosonee Snowmobile Trail

1872 Cover letter re. Snowmobile Paradise

1873 Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Publications List/Order Form

1874 Northwest Ontario's Sunset Country Winter Guide

1875 Ontario's Near North Adventure Guide

1876 Ontario's North of Superior Four Season Adventure Guide

1877 Rainbow Country Guide to Winter Activities

1878 Algoma Country Regional Snowmobile Guide 95/96

1879 James Bay Frontier Discovery Guide to Winter Activities in the Districts of Cochrane and Timiskaming

1880 Southern Ontario Snowmobile Touring Regions Guide Book

1881 Snowmobile Paradise Guide Book

1882 Guided Snowmobile Vacations In and Around Algoma, Rainbow Country and James Bay Frontier

1883 World's # 1 Snowmobile Trails Map

1884 The Ridgeway National Trail Guide

1885 The Pennine Way National Trail Guide

1886 Timmins and Area District 14 (North) Snowmobile Trails Map

1887 Near North Snowmobile Trail Map

1888 North of Superior Snomobile Trails Map

1889 Sudbury Trail Plan Snowmobile Trail Map 1994-1996

1890 The English Lakes Outdoor Leisure Map: Ullswater and Haweswater

1891 1996 TransOntario Provincial Trail Map

1892 Northern Corridor Du Nord Snowmobile Trail Map

1893 Share The View... Brochure

1894 Walks of Trephina Gorge Nature Park

1895 The Original Mountain Bike Trails Handbook: A Guide to the Best Trails in the Greater Vancouver Area

1896 Trekking with Llamas Brochure

1897 Nottawasaga River Canoe Route Map and Guide

1898 Up and Running: The Pinellas Trail Brochure

1899 Cycling Huron County: Ontario's West Coast Brochure and Map

1900 Southeast Michigan Greenways: A VisionBrochure

1901 When Landowners Share...Show You Care Brochure

1902 Discover America Two Feet At A Time Brochure

1903 District # 8 Snowmobile Map

1904 1996 Haliburton County Snowmobile Trails Map

1905 Cambridge Heritage River Trail

1906 Elora and Region Cycling Routes Map and Brochure

1907 Kananaskis Trails Await Where Olympians Competed Globe and Mail Article Nov. 29, 1995

1908 Reseau cyclable de la region sherbrookoise Map

1909 Near North Trail Association 1995/96 Trail Map

1910 Cover Letter for Ontario's Near North Adventure Guide

1911 Oak Ridges Trail: King Section, East Side

1912 Ecotourism Management Post-Diploma Program Flyer

1913 Cycling Canada

1914 A Guide to Thunder Bay's Recreation Trails

1915 Notice of Public Consultation Meetings

1916 Trails: A Visitor's View

1917 Greenways: The Second Park Movement

1918 Ontario Trails: A Growing Community

1919 Zoning News: January 1990

1920 Canmore gateway to croos-country mecca

1921 Central Ontario TopTrails Map

1922 Snowmobiles belong on trails: group

1923 Robertson Lake Snowmobile Club Trail Map

1924 1995 Bruce Trail Calendar

1925 Travelling the trails

1926 Use of the Snowmobile and the Issue Concerning Its Use on Trails in Ontario

1927 The Underlying Conflicts of Snowmobilers versus Nordic Skiers

1928 User Conflicts on Recreation Trails: An intensive look at ways potential conflicts could be avoided on the proposed Peterborough-to-Lindsay trail

1929 Adjacent Landowners Opposition to Rail Trails and Conflicts with Trail Enthusiasts

1930 Converted Railroad Trails in the Grand River Valley: Grand River Conservation Authority Acquisition and Adjacent Landowner Opposition

1931 National dream rides the trails: Nova Scotia village hopes throngs of outdoor enthusiasts will beat a path from its door

1932 Promotional Literature for Centre and Snowmobiling and Cross-Country Skiing Packages

1933 Steps to Write a Proposal for the Downey Pathway Project

1934 Correspondence re. Trails within Springwater Provincial Park

1935 Woodland Nature Trail Brochure

1936 Cross Country Skiing in Springwater Provincial Park Brochure

1937 Springwater Provincial Park Brochure

1938 Preliminary Management Plan for Springwater Provincial Park

1939 A Proposed Systems Plan for Parks and Protected Areas in Nova Scotia

1940 Trail Rider Newsletter

1941 West Coast Trail Brochure

1942 Reservation and Fees for Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

1943 Summary of 1993 Pacific Rim National Park Reserve User Survey Results

1944 Managing the West Coast Trail: A Survey of West Coast Trail Hikers

1945 Hiking, Caving and Rock Climbing Guide

1946 National Parks and National Historic Sites in British Columbia

1947 Ghost Railways of Ontario (photocopied sections)

1948 Protecting Use of River and Trail Recreation Routes in B.C.

1949 Chilkoot Trail: the U.S. Experience

1950 Managing Change on the Chilkoot Trail

1951 Ancestral Trail: A Long-Lost Road to Quebec Through Maine

1952 Trent property: nature or nurture?

1953 Peterborough Bikeways Map Project Community Input Form

1954 West Virginia Trails Lead to Mountain Bike Heaven

1955 Snowmobilers drawn to Timmins' trails Newspaper Article

1956 Trent University Wildlife Sanctuary Brochure

1957 The Baker Trail: A Walk Through History Draft Brochure

1958 Stewardship Plan...Taking the First Steps Newspaper Article Jan. 23, 1996

1959 Le grand bike tours of Quebec

1960 Trail Development and Tourism Conference Poster

1961 Rails to Greenways Conference 1996 Flyer

1962 Haliburton County Trails and Tours Network Strategy

1963 Parc Lineaire Le P'tit Train du Nord: Section MRC des Pays-d'en-Haut

1964 Belgian Horses Used to Remove Trees in Trent Wildlife Sanctuary

1965 Snowmobilers drawn to Timmins' trails Newspaper Article

1966 West Virginia trails lead to mountain-bike heaven Newspaper Article

1967 Rescuers busy in wilds of Vancouver Newspaper Article

1968 1995 - 1996 Snowmobile Package in Cornwall and the Seaway Valley

1969 Peterborough Ecology Park Notice of Annual Meeting

1970 Hiking in the mountains of Sinai Newspaper Article

1971 Making Tracks: A Guide to Snowmobiling at Ontario Resorts Brochure

1972 Multi-Use Trails in Canada: An Analysis of Some Successful Cases

1973 Tourists flocking to sled marathon

1974 Trails: a legacy of the railway era

1975 On Japan's ancient trail of tears

1976 Trail riders

1977 Ontario's Northern Trails Magazine

1978 America's Trails: A Directory of Organizations and Managing Agencies

1979 Trails 2000: A Trail Construction and Maintenance Update

1980 Greenways: Making Natural Connections

1981 Adventure Cycling Tours 96

1982 Western Trailbuilders Association 1996 Membership List

1983 Heritage Trails Fund Newsletter

1984 Phoenix Mountains Preserve Designated Trails Guide

1985 Don't Be A Trailblazer Brochure

1986 Creating a Positive Future for Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation Brochure

1987 Country Roads Tour Booklet

1988 Hiking in and Around Peterborough

1989 Towpaths-to-Trails; A Summary of America's Historic Transportation Canals and their Recreational Potential

1990 Vibrations

1991 Preliminary Contact List: Southern Ontario Trail Associations and Clubs

1992 England-to-France walk goes through the Chunnel

1993 Preparing for Partnership; What Charities Should Know About Foundations

1994 The Potomac Appalachian, Newsletter

1995 Greenways and Trails Newsletter

1996 The Causeway Connection Magazine

1997 Meet the PATC (Potomac Appalachian Trail Club) Brochure

1998 Tourists to Walk Spans of Sydney Harbour Bridge Globe and Mail Article May 15, 1996

1999 Nature Walks for Blind Globe and Mail May 18

2000 A systems Plan For Implementing An Ontario Rail-Trail Network

2001 109 Walks in British Columbia's Lower Mainland

2002 Adventures in Cycling, Hiking and Nature Observation Guide

2003 Adventures in Horseback Riding, Guide

2004 Urban Greenpaths Action Project

2005 The Waterfront Finale At Col. Sam Smith Park

2006 Off the Beaten Track: Muskoka's Growing Network of Hiking Trails and Muskoka Recreational Trails Council By-law 95-1

2007 13th National Trails Symposium

2008 Environmental Impacts of Recreation: Methodology With Specific Reference to Ecotourism in Freycinet National Park and the West Coast Trail-Pacific Rim National Park

2009 Multi-Use Trails In Canada:An Analysis of Some Successful Cases

2010 Five Counties Recreational Trails Master Plan

2011 Fribourg Pre-Alpine Itinerary, guide for a Hike in the Swiss Alps

2012 Yukon National Historic Sites

2013 An Atlas of Rail Trails in Ontario

2014 Adventure Cycling Tours

2015 National Recreational Trails Advisory Committee: Annual Report for Fiscal year 1994

2016 The International Countryside Stewardship Exchange

2017 The Countryside Institute: The Countryside Exchange, The Glynwood Center

2018 Arizona State Parks Travel Guide and Map

2019 Final Report: The National Bicycling and Walking Study: Transporation Choices for a Changing America

2020 Florida Greenways

2021 North American Greenway Tour

2022 200km Mountain Bike Enduro

2023 Winter Gold Rush

2024 Adventures in Cycling, Hiking, Nature Observation and Rock Climbing

2025 Metro Parks and Trails

2026 The Impact of Tourism on Identity

2027 Trent Property: Nature or Nuture?

2028 Profs Chart Course to Museum

2029 Hut to hut skiing in Gaspesie Park

2030 Trails for Tourism

2031 Outdoors Ontario: Dog Sledding Trips

2032 Trent Hosts Voyageur Banquet

2033 Hiking Holidays

2034 The Five Counties Recreation Trail Corporation Committee

2035 Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Planning and Design Guidelines

2036 Waterfront Trail Pulbications

2037 Heritage Canoe Festival 1996

2038 Ready for the Longest Mountain Bike Trail in the World?

2039 On Common Ground: Environmental Stewarship CUrriculum and Training

2040 Wilderness Lover's Guide to the Web

2041 Start Your Trip on the Web

2042 Spreading Rail-Trail Fever Around Queen's Park

2043 Ontario's Niagara Escarpment: a World Biosphere Reserve

2044 Juan De Fuca Marine Trail

2045 Dogs of Winter

2046 New Brunswick Provincial Trails System: Information Prepared for the Canadaian Parks and Recreation Association Annual Meeting

2047 Burns Bog

2048 Environmental Education: A Teacher's Perspective

2049 A Constructivist Approach To Nature Education: A Report

2050 Urban Walks

2051 In-Line Skating

2052 Castlebar International Four Day Walks

2053 Spokes for Folks : Bicycle Tours and Rentals

2054 Metro Cycling Map

2055 Wildlife Habitat Trail

2056 Waterfront Trail Relay Challenge

2057 Cranberry Bog Hiking Trail

2058 Parks in the Wilderness

2059 Killarney Provincial Park Hiking Trails

2060 Killarney Provincial Park

2061 Killarney Provincial Park

2062 Friends of Killarney Park

2063 Killarney

2064 Walking tour of Alps canton is a joy without the pain

2065 Whistler Mountain Trail Map

2066 Confederation Trail

2067 CFB Esquimalt Naden Walking Tour

2068 Rainforest Walks

2069 West Coast Trail Port Renfrew "Connector"

2070 Tourism and the Hilltribes of Thailand

2071 Trekking In Nothern Thailand: Rural Development and Information Needs

2072 I hear Ameria Slogging

2073 Killarney Provincial Park: Trail Research & Management Approaches Report

2074 China Hikers Change Life of Village Boy

2075 Trans Canada Trail Foundation (Board of Management as of Sept 95) and Advisory Council

2076 Old Tyme Family Picnic

2077 Invitation to Attend Rouge Park Events

2078 Mountain Bike Trail Symposium

2079 Ontario Parks Association Annual General Meeting

2080 Letter - Development Charges Act

2081 Explorations '96 Trade Show

2082 Special Events Planned For Parks Day

2083 Trails West

2084 Island Opens Arms to Active Visitors

2085 Eco-Friendly Farmers CAPed Again

2086 American Greenways DuPont Awards Program

2087 Walking Tour of Historic Millbrook

2088 Take a Hike Canada a parks day event

2089 Draft Policy for Shared Use Recreational Trails in Ontario

2090 Population Pressure on Stanley Park

2091 Biking the Remote wilds of Utah's Desert

2092 On a Bicycle Built for Tours

2093 Silent Lake Provincial Park Trails

2094 Silent Lake Provincial Park Mountain Bike Trail

2095 News Release

2096 Going Places the 4th National Rails-to-Trails Conference

2097 Du Fer au Vert: Premier Forum Quebecois Sur Le Recyclage Des Voies Ferrees a Des Fins Recreatives Et Touristiques

2098 From Rusty Rails To Nature Trails

2099 Banff Backcountry Trails: Summary - 1994 Exit Survey of Non-Commercial Users

2100 Hiking the Less-Travelled Road

2101 Peterborough and District Calendar

2102 Day to Celebrate Parks

2103 Victoria County Roads Cycling Routes Brochure

2104 Cycling in Ontario 1994:The Annual Handbook of the Ontario Cycling Association

2105 8 hour flying buttrest Mountain Bike Team Relay Brochure and Pledge Form

2106 Ganaraska Gear Grinder Mountain Bike Enduro/Tour Brochure

2107 Can Learn Through CAN-BIKE Newspaper Artilce

2108 Noranda Forest/Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada Bike Tour Brochure and Entry Form

2109 Boler Mountain Bike Centre Brochure

2110 Report on Completing the Ganaraska Trail

2111 Searchmont's Red Maple Blazing Saddles Weekend

2112 Durham Durango Enduro

2113 Development of Rail Trails Focus of Conference Newspaper Article

2114 Turning old railways into trails Newspaper Article

2115 New Opportunities for farmers near rail trails: MPP Newspaper Article

2116 Island opens arms to active visitors Newspaper Article

2117 Hitting the trail and learning lots Newspaper Article

2118 Castlebar International Four Day Walks Newspaper Article

2119 Summary of 'China Hikers Change Life of Village Boy' Newsletter Article in Footnotes

2120 Rose-a-Thon 1996 Brochure and Pledge Form

2121 1996 Membership and Licence Application Form

2122 Outside Expeditions Ecotourism Tours Brochure

2123 Island Trails Brochure

2124 Chico Racing/BikeNXS Summer/Fall Newsletter

2125 The Railway Life-Cycle in Ontario

2126 Trails: A Report based on a Churchill Fellowship of 1995 and the award of a Carnegie Trust Travel Grant

2127 Trail Manual

2128 How Greenways Work: A Handbook on Ecology

2129 Victoria Recreation Transportation Corridor

2130 The Bruce Trail: Use and Economic Impact Study

2131 1996 Bruce Trail Calendar

2132 Trails in the Lake George Region Official Map and Guide

2133 Adirondack Canoe Routes Offical Map and Guide

2134 Trails in the High Peaks Official Map and Guide

2135 Trails in the Schroon Lake Region

2136 Otter Creek Horse trail

2137 Long Distance Trails: The Appalachian Trail as a Guide to Future Research and Management Needs

2138 Trails: A Report Based on a Churchill Fellowship of 1995 and the Award of a Carnegie Trust Travel Grant

2139 Snowmobile, Dog Sled and Nordic Ski Trails Brochure

2140 Mountain Biking Brochure

2141 Chenango County Snowmobile Trails

2142 Hamilton Coutny Snowmobile Trails

2143 Appalachian Trailway News Special Edition

2144 Appalachian Trailway News Vol. 36 No. 4 November 1975

2145 Jasper Day Use Trails Survey Draft Interim Report

2146 Banff Back Country Trails Survey

2147 Trail Development and Tourism: The Proceedings of the 1996 Annual Conference of the Ontario Trails Council

2148 Happenings: A Word on Recreation Accidents, Risk Management and Preventative Law

2149 Walking, Hiking and Tourism: Making Ontario an International Destination

2150 AA Book of Country Walks: Step-by-Step around 205 of Britain's Finest Routes

2151 Official Notice of the Three Year Plan of Railway Abandonments

2152 Back Country Biking in the Canadian Rockies

2153 The Oak Ridges Moraine Area Strategy for the Greater Toronto Area

2154 All Terrain Vehicle Trail Marking Techniques

2155 Winter Gold Rush: The Benefits and Opportunities Guide for the Business of Snowmobiling

2156 Ecotourism Programming for Tourism Establishments Conference Brochure

2157 Abandoned Railway Right of Ways in Ontario and List of Interministerial Committee Members

2158 Comprehensive Plan for the Protection, Management, Development and Use of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail

2159 Hey, Long Island: Go Take A Hike Brochure

2160 Upland footpaths are the least in need of quarried stone

2161 Hiking Throught the Autumn Leaves Magazine Article

2162 A Wetland Study of the Cavan Bog

2163 Appalachian Trail Guidelines

2164 Press Release Kit

2165 Silent Lake Provincial Park Mountain Bike Trail

2166 Ontario Trails Council Public Action Program

2167 Groundworks '96 Conference: From Naturalization to Restoration Brochure

2168 Seven Days Two Wheels Conference Brochure

2169 Trail Development Workshop Brochure

2170 Great Lakes Regional Water Trail Conference Brochure

2171 Ecotourism Association Poster

2172 Rough Rider Newspaper Photo

2173 Test the Trail Friday Newspaper Article

2174 Ganaraska Hiking Trail: A Cross-Country Hiking Trail Brochure

2175 Silent Lake Provincial Park Trails Brochure

2176 Conference Preview Brochure

2177 Waterfront Trail Relay Challenge Postcard

2178 Island Tours Brochure

2179 Waterfront Trail Relay Challenge Pledge Form

2180 Forgotten Trails Brochure

2181 The Long and Winding Trail Magazine Article

2182 Groundworks 1996: from Naturalization to Restoration Southern Ontario Regional Conference

2183 Hardwood Hills Mountain Bike Centre



















2202 Country Roads Cycling Routes Brochure and Maps

2203 New York State Canal System: Finger Lakes Region

2204 Snow Book Guide and Maps to Southern Ontario Snowmobile Touring Regions

2205 McCauley Mountain Hiking and Touring Trails Brochure and Map

2206 Mountain Manners Brochure

2207 Colorado Trails Resource Guide Brochure and Map

2208 Guide to Responsible Mountain Biking

2209 Finger Lakes Region Travel Guide

2210 I Love New York Travel Guide and Map

2211 I Love New York Adirondacks Travel Guide

2212 I Love New York Vacation Map

2213 The Big Apple Visitors Guide

2214 Update of the Master Plan for Parks and Recreation for the City of Peterborough

2215 Cycling in Ontario 1997 Annual Handbook of the Ontario Cycling Association

2216 The Bruce Trail, Ontario: Users and their Economic Impact

2217 OFSC Annual Report 1996

2218 Ontario Hiking Day Leader's Kit

2219 Site Assessment and Site Development Plan for the Interpretive Area and Deer Viewing Area on Little River Road, Golden Valley Ontario

2220 Kawartha Nordic Ski Club Cross Country Ski Brochure

2221 Flora and Avifauna: Inventory List for the Rotary Greenway Trail

2222 Finger Lakes Summer/Fall Calendar of Events

2223 Friends of Pathways Map and Brochure

2224 Finger Lakes Region Attractions 1996

2225 The hills are alive with the sound of ringing cellular phones

2226 Recreation Resource Inventory, Turkey Bay Off-Road Vehicle Area, Land Between the Lakes, Tennessee Valley Authority, Golden Pond, Kentucky

2227 ORVs at Turkey Bay

2228 Notice of Meeting March 19 1997

2229 Letter to Robert Lapum re status of Kawartha Rail-trail

2230 Rouge Park Hiking Trails: Glen Rouge to Pearse House

2231 The '90s turn into sue-first decade: Municipalities reel from sting of liability claims

2232 Great Lakes Regional Water Trail Conference Brochure

2233 Silent Lake Provincial Park Mountain Bike Trail Brochure

2234 Trail Studies Unit Brochure

2235 Taking to the trails

2236 Trails to Treasures Lottery

2237 Taking Back the Streets: Bicycles, Bruises and Confronting Cars

2238 Announcement of Annual Conference and AGM

2239 Another Really Big Bike Ride Newspaper Article April 2 1997

2240 Mountain bike event hits the local region Newspaper Article April 3 1997

2241 Leamington: a walk through history brochure

2242 Underwater trail Newspaper Article April 2 1997

2243 Aids to Independent Living: Breaking through the barriers

2244 A guide to recognizing, understanding and assisting travellers with disabilities

2245 Access to the Park Environment: Barrier-Free Guidelines

2246 Can Horsepackers Learn New Tricks?

2247 Whiteshell Provincial Park Map and Guide

2248 Flyer for the Peterborough Bikeways Annual Bike Show

2249 Bancroft and District : A Winter Dreamland

2250 Our Environment Brochure

2251 Peterborough Bikeways Special Bulletin

2252 Laurentides/Laurentians Tourist Guide

2253 Eastern Townships Tourism Guide

2254 Huron County Cycling

2255 Huron County Hiking Brochure

2256 Cyprus Lake Hiking Trails Brochure

2257 Cycling Lake Huron Shoreline, Bruce County Brochure

2258 The Kawartha Lakes region, Ontario Canada

2259 Off camber magazine flyer advertisement

2260 Exploring the Rain Forest Trail, Pacific Rim National Park, British Columbia

2261 Provisional Guide to the Trails of Banff National Park

2262 Kootenay National Park Releases Backcountry Guide

2263 Tips and Tails Brochure

2264 Princess Sodalite Mine Rock Shop

2265 Welcome to Paudash and Eel's Lakes Area Brochure

2266 Welcome to a Four Season Resort Brochure

2267 Round Algonqui Park Passport Brochure

2268 Ski "Inn" to "Howling Wolf" Yurt Brochure

2269 Going to Town: Architectural Walking Tours in Southern Ontario

2270 Trails of Northumberland County

2271 Minutes of Meeting January 11 1996

2272 Minutes of Meeting February 1, 1996

2273 Minutes of Meeting March 11 1996

2274 Discover Adventure on a Canadian Heritage River Brochure

2275 Whistler Outdoors Guide

2276 A Hiking Guide to New Brunswick

2277 Hiking Trails of Nova Scotia

2278 Up the gold-rush mountain trail newspaper article

2279 Kananaskis Country Trail Guide

2280 Walking New Zealand's nature paths newspaper article

2281 Interest Group Perceptions of Trail Conditions in the Ganaraska Forest, Ontario: A Method for Determining Limits of Acceptable Change

2282 The South Devon Coast Path

2283 A Partnership Strategy for the Alexander Mackenzie Voyageur Route

2284 Fisher Cross-Country Sel-Guided Ski Trail Plan and Evaluation and Cross-Country Ski Trail Survey and Statistics 1984

2285 Institutional arrangements to Protect Long Distance Trails: An Evaluation of the Appalachian and Bruce Trail Experiences; Background Notes

2286 Ecotourism at the boreal edge; study summary

2287 Visitor Impacts on Backcountry Campsites and Strategies for Minimizing Them: A Case Study of Pukaskwa National Park, Canada=

2288 Interpretive Evaluation: An Applied Methodology for Self-Guided Trails=

2289 La Vase Portage Project: A Canadian Heritage Success Story; brochure=

2290 Railroads in the Peterborough Area from 1850; occasional paper=

2291 Northumberland County Travel Guide

2292 Planning for Ontario's natural resouces despite realities of politics; newspaper article=

2293 Plastic hills alive to sound of boots; newspaper article

2294 Travel Notes: Cycle Nova Scotia

2295 Tracing history through our rivers; Lots of info available for river adventures=

2296 Blazing a new trail through Canada: sections of the Trans Canada Trail already open=

2297 Oak Ridges Moraine Maps

2298 Grand Footpaths: a guide to 20 favourite hiking trails in Brant County

2299 Canoe Routes: Burnt River, Gull River=

2300 The Mantario Hiking Trail

2301 Footloose in the Columbias: a hiker's guide to the trails of Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks, British Columbia

2302 Sarajevo's "massacre trail" lures groups of war tourists=

2303 The Great Divide Trail: Banff to Waterton=

2304 Rouge Park Trails Plan: Open House=

2305 Temagami Management Unit 1997-1999 Contingency Plan=

2306 Journey: The Seaway Trail- NYS' Premier Scenic Byway=

2307 Conflicts Over Conversion of Railways to Recreational Trails: Research Proposal=

2308 Ecotourism: Remedy or Poison?- Development Forum Series=

2309 Turn rail lines into trails, group says: Council hears pitch for Canadian trail=

2310 The Canadian Waterfront Resource Centre=

2311 Permaculture: a design system for sustainable human communities=

2312 The Walk to Gibbet Hill: Other walks; Queen's Battery, Ladies Lookout=

2313 Algonquin Park "Derailed"=

2314 Hill Walking's high returns

2315 30 years in the making: comprehensive economic impact and user study of the Bruce Trail, Ontario, Canada=

2316 Nova Scotia Trails Federation

2317 Ecotourism Resource Inventory: A community partnership project for Peterborough and The Kawarthas

2318 The British Countryside Act and Country Park Policy

2319 Calendar of Events: McKinnon Forestry Centre=

2320 Sentier Kalmia: centre d'interpretation de la nature

2321 Bruce Trail News

2322 How to Plan a Hike

2323 Proposed Foot Trail for Western Canada

2324 Cross-country ski outing on trials of Pleasure Valley

2325 Heritage Development, Rail-Trails, and the National Trails System

2326 Snowmobile Packages

2327 Recreational Pathways of Canada's Capital Region=

2328 Portaging on the Slave River (Fort Smith)

2329 Pathway Crossing

2330 The path of most resistance=

2331 Lake Nipigon Provincial Park Management Plan Review - Invitation to Participate=

2332 Rock Art Conservation: Some Realities and Practical Considerations

2333 Greenways Development: Opportunities of Today for the Recreation of Tomorrow=

2334 Tourism Attractions: Points, Lines, and Areas

2335 Guide to Trails in the Shenandoah National Park=

2336 CFB Esquimalt Historic Walking Tour=

2337 Metro Cycling Map=

2338 The Best Way to Discover Ontario is the Ride Way=

2339 Ganaraska: Motorcycle Trail Map=

2340 Huron County Cycling=

2341 Talbot Trail: Lake Erie's Historic Highway=

2342 Discovery Ski Trails: Discovery Routes=

2343 Metro Parks and Trails

2344 Saugeen RailTrail

2345 Avon Trail

2346 Taking bikes to the mountain: Hitting the trails on two wheels is gaining popularity=

2347 Sustrans: paths for people, 15 year review incorporating annual report 1992-1993=

2348 National Cycle Routes in European Countries=

2349 Rails -with- Trails: Sharing Corridors for Transportation and Recreation=

2350 A walk away from urban cares: Parks, beaches, greenery dot 20-km path along Lake Ontario=

2351 City Council to Vote on Bike Lanes

2352 Interior trail zig-zags from Hope to Castlegar

2353 Taking Stock- The Pursuit of Metro's Regional Trail System

2354 Impact of Mountain Bicycle Activity in Metro Parks

2355 Problems and benefits: a study of adjacent landowners along several rail-trail corridors within Ontario

2356 A study of rail line abandonment in Southern Ontario 1976-1996 and the conversion of railways to muliple uses

2357 Pedestrian and bicyclist safety and accommodation

2358 Path to protection: applying the ABC resource inventory method to locate a hiking trail route on the Oak Ridges Moraine=

2359 Ganaraska Hiking Trail

2360 Kawartha Snow Trails

2361 Leamington: a walk through history

2362 Kawarthas Top Trails

2363 Mountain Bike Tours

2364 Cobalt's Northern Ontario Mining Museum

2365 Heritage Silver Trail

2366 Journey to the centre of the earth: the Timmins Underground Gold Mine Tour

2367 Kingston by Bike

2368 8th Annual Mackenzie Challenge

2369 Trails Illustrated Topo Maps

2370 Art Trail in the Foothills

2371 Borealis Outdoor Adventures: Saskatchewan Bike Tours

2372 Track Opens Brisbane Ranges to disabled

2373 Development of Abandoned Rail Lands

2374 New Cross-Country Skis? Try Provincial Parks

2375 Winter Fresh Hiking and Carnivals

2376 Planning and Management for National Wildlife Areas in the Long Point Region

2377 Newsletter: Alexander Mackenzie Voyageur Route Association=

2378 Global Action

2379 BTCV in Action: Protecting the Environment=

2380 Natural Break: Conservation Working Holidays=

2381 Management of Wild Ungulate Habitat in the Western United States and Canada: A Review

2382 Review of progress in development and testing of humane animal traps

2383 Planning and Management of Long Point and Turkey Point Provincial Parks

2384 National Outdoor Leadership School

2385 Ontario Hiking Day

2386 Rent a Bike

2387 Bicycle Commuting

2388 Nature Area Committee Referendum

2389 Adopt-a-Nature-Area

2390 All 'Fore!' Golf in Trent's Beloved Wildlife Sanctuary?

2391 A Short History of the National Trail

2392 Recreational multi-use trail could cost $1.8 million

2393 The Pulse: Overview 1997

2394 How to Build a Nature Trail

2395 Forest Roads and Trails

2396 The Bruce Trail- ten years later

2397 300-mile Trail along Great Divide

2398 Master Plan for Development and Management of Recreational Use of Abandoned Railway Lands

2399 Shawanaga-Ardbeg Snowmobile Trail

2400 Ontario Cross Country Skiing News

2401 NPPAC Fact Sheet and Position: Park status for West Coast Trail and Nitinat Triangle

2402 Identifying Scenic Rural Roads

2403 Fall Newsletter: 1979-1980

2404 Self-Guided Trails

2405 Trail Etiquette

2406 Tree Preservation Bylaw

2407 Trans Ontario Provincial Trail Map

2408 Bicyclist's Handbook: a guide for young drivers

2409 Interpretive & Education Programs: Nature Trails Unlimited

2410 Pioneer Cycle Guide

2411 Trails to Treasures Lottery

2412 Island Trails

2413 Canadian Rails to Greenways Conference 1996

2414 Snowmobile Trails

2415 Green Gutters & Gargoyles

2416 North Simcoe Railtrail

2417 The Woodsman's Code: how to behave in the wilderness

2418 Lakeshore Cycle Guide: Toronto to Belleville

2419 Tourism Attractions: Points, Lines, and Areas

2420 Cycling in Ontario 1994

2421 The Ecological and Heritage Values of Trails

2422 Blazing a new trail through Canada

2423 Campers' Perceptions of Site Deterioration and Crowding

2424 Creating Community Vision

2425 Blazing a trail from Elora to Cataract

2426 Upland footpaths are the least in need of quarried stone

2427 Quinte-Hastings Recreational Trail Project

2428 National Trails System for the United States

2429 Hydro Rights of Way and Trails

2430 Hiking Trail Proposal Gets Go-Ahead]

2431 Taking a Hike

2432 In defence of Erosion

2433 150 Old-Growth Hikes

2434 Managing Summer Visitors at Sunshine

2435 Watch This Green Space: Wirral Way

2436 Outdoor Recreation Space Standards

2437 A Travel Simulation Model for Bowron Lake Provincial Park

2438 Shipwreck Trail Reopened in B.C.

2439 Minister Backs Tourist Trail

2440 Scenic Highway Urged for Hikers

2441 Evaluating Interpretive Walks -- Video Techniques

2442 Algonquin Provincial Park Trail User Survey

2443 Interpretive Evaluation: Development of a Methodology for Evaluating Self-Guided Trails

2444 A cycle-and-sip tour of Germany's Weinstrasse

2445 A Snow Walker's Companion, Winter Trail Skills From the Far North

2446 Ganaraska Wilderness: The toughest trail

2447 Rouge deserves more recognition

2448 OPP on ATVs: Patrol CNR rail bed

2449 Toronto Bike Week

2450 In-Line Skating: Fun, good for you and a great way to travel

2451 Tourism, ecotourism, and protected areas

2452 The Original Peterborough Walks

2453 The Rotary Greenway Trail Guidebook

2454 Making a pitch to Canadians to see historic sites

2455 The Niagara Escarpment: A Special Report- Vanishing point

2456 Ontario Conservation Trails

2457 Grand Actions

2458 Guelph Hiking Trail Club Newsletter

2459 Otago Central Rail Trail Newsletter

2460 Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail Newsletter

2461 Best Practices for Parks Canada Trails: a spectrum of appropriate trail activities, services, and facilities

2462 Kluane National Park Reserve: 1996 Wilderness Experience Study

2463 CN Donates Rail Line

2464 Impact of Snowmobiles and All-Terrain Vehicles on the Environment

2465 Moving Mountains

2466 Up the hill backwards

2467 Communities in Bloom

2468 Wood Bison Trail: Guide Map

2469 Adventures in Horseback Riding

2470 ARE-NOT Member Stable Directory

2471 Ontario Mountain Bike Trail Guide

2472 Crane Lake Nature Trail Guide

2473 Trans Canada Trail: Trail Builder Update- Ontario

2474 Effects of Recreational Impacts on Soil Microbial Communities

2475 Hiking to health

2476 Land purchase is a spike through heart of rails to trails

2477 Trans Canada Trail buils on local efforts

2478 State Parks and Recreation Offices

2479 An idea so good that it deserves criticism

2480 National dream rides the trails

2481 Kawartha Rail-Trail Management Board Plan

2482 Meeting Minutes from the Ad Hoc Railway Committee

2483 Hastings Heritage Trail Association

2484 Brochure a guide to area

2485 A walk across Britain

2486 Metis Nation and AES: Clean-up Partners on the Canol Trail

2487 Visionaries blaze happy trails

2488 Trails for sale

2489 Durham Forest Environmental Education Centre

2490 Chilkoot's Other Face

2491 Enhancing countryside recreation benefits through the rights of way system in England and Wales

2492 Snowmobile Paradise: Trail Map

2493 Snowmobiler Friendly

2494 S.T.O.P. Snowmobile Trail Officer Patrol, Sudbury Pilot Project

2495 Secrets-of-Nature Trail and Game: A hands-on challenge for multi-sensory learning and relating

2496 West Coast Trail Change

2497 Off-road vehicle recreation: the impact of off-road motorcycles on soil and vegetation conditions

2498 Recreational Trails in Ontario: Historical Development and Policy Options

2499 Pathways of the Spirit

2500 A walk in 1066

2501 1997 Bruce Trail Calendar

2502 Canada Sea to Sea on the Alexander Mackenzie Voyageur Route

2503 Out for a walk, From 57th Street to Connecticut

2504 Appalachean and Bruce Trails

2505 The Meter's Running, Walk in the Woods

2506 Ecological Effects of Snowmobiles

2507 Hiking Trails of Nova Scotia

2508 Foredune Stabilisation, Muriwai Beach domain

2509 A Visitor Impact Management Index Menu System

2510 Design of an off-road vehicle recreation study: characteristics, demand and impact of the social and physical environment

2511 Does repeated human intrusion cause cumulative declines in avian richness and abundance?

2512 Exploring the Waterfront Trail

2513 Marsh Boardwalk Trail

2514 Modelling the evolution of human trail systems

2515 Kawartha Region Conservation Area Guide

2516 Rideau Trail

2517 Archie Coulter Conservation Area

2518 Ken Reid Conservation Area, Cross-Country Skiing and Winter Hiking Trails

2519 Royal Recreation Trail

2520 Lynn Valley Trail

2521 Saugeen Rail Trail

2522 Forgotten Trails

2523 Oak Ridges Trail Association

2524 Ganaraska Forest: Where to go when nature calls!

2525 Rerouting the future

2526 Ganaraska Ranch

2527 Protecting the Land you Love

2528 Lindsay District

2529 Simple Footbridges

2530 Anatomy of a Bike Trail

2531 Nature Trails in Switzerland

2532 Trail Construction

2533 Guide to Walkway Construction and Maintenance

2534 Board Walk

2535 Management Policies

2536 Hike Ontario: The Organization for Hikers and Walkers

2537 Rail trails are picking up steam

2538 Snowmobile Yearbook

2539 NS Trails

2540 Recreation Trails, A Perspective from the OFSC

2541 Guidelines for Designing Snowmobile Bridges

2542 TransCanadaTrail

2543 Metre by metre, A Grand Vision is now on the path to reality

2544 Most Wanted

2545 Fundraising for Non-Profits

2546 Trails

2556 On the Ganaraska Trail

2557 The Trail

2558 A Walk in the Park: Fee or Free?

2559 Wandering

2560 Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail Newsletter

2561 Trail Talk

2562 Otago Central Rail Trail Newsletter

2563 The Inca Trail, King of Trails

2564 Hike Canada

2565 Newsletter

2566 The Right to Roam, The Rambler and the Countryside

2567 Urban Trails: Tremendous Recreational Oppurtunity

2568 Trails and Recreational Greenways: Corridors of Benefits

2569 In Ontario, a patch of the Prairies

2570 Newsletter

2571 Central Ontario Trails and Tourism Development Project

2572 Ganaraska trail may join new green belt

2573 The Oak Ridges Morain Inter-Regional Trail Network


2575 Greenways, Trails for Today and Tomorrow

2576 Ground Stabilization and Soil Building

2577 Canada's Trail

2578 Walk along original route of Chemong Portage

2579 Warsaw Caves Conservation Area

2580 Ambulatory Musings

2581 Snowmobile Trail Map

2582 High Noon on the Chisholm Trail

2583 Leisure - Examiner Arts and Entertainment Guide

2584 On horseback across the moors

2585 Connect trails among 4 counties

2586 Rails-to-Trails and Greenway Movements

2587 Rails-to-Trails and Greenway Movements - Construction & Management; Inventory & Case Studies

2588 Walking in Teesdale

2589 Featherstone to Alston

2590 Rail trails are picking up steam

2591 The Waterfront Trail: Liability and Risk Management Issues

2592 A link with our past

2593 One last look at the rail line

2594 Happy trails to you

2595 Exploring the rail line

2596 Exploring the rail line (2)

2597 The Last Spike

2598 A Trip up Chemong Road: 19\833

2599 The Original Peterborough Walks

2600 Happy Trails to You

2601 LWI Steps to Successful Rail to Trail Conversion

2602 Orillia Township Uhthoff Recreational/Wildlife Trail

2603 The Rotary Greenway Trail Guidebook

2604 Quinte-Hastings Recreational Trail Project - Progress Report #6

2605 Hiking Trails in the Lindsay Forest District

2606 Selected Environmental Impacts and Recreational Conflicts on Multiple-Use Trails: A Case Study of the Ganaraska Forest, Ontario

2607 Facility Inventory Manual: Trails

2608 Go For Green

2609 The Georgian Trail, Staying on Track

2610 NS Trails

2611 The Province of Dreamers

2612 Juan of a Kind

2613 The Meter is Running

2614 Soils and Trafficability of Pangnirtung Pass, Auyuittuq National Park Reserve

2615 Loyalist Clycle Guide; Prince Edward to Kingston

2616 Development of a Methedology for Monitoring Walking Tracks in the Blue Mountains National Parks

2617 Footpaths; a practical handbook

2618 Trails and Tourism Development Study Index

2619 Greenways

2620 Etobicoke

2621 Mississauga

2622 The Effect of Nonresponse on Representativeness of Wilderness-Trail Information

2623 How Wilderness Visitors Choose Entry Points and Campsites

2624 Chilkoot Trail, National Historic Site: Winter Recreation Use Management Strategy

2625 Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site Winter Monitoring Program; Winter Seasonal Report for 1997

2626 Crown Land Recreation Study

2627 A guide to safety in Nova Scotia horse riding

2628 The Chiltern News

2629 National Trails Day

2630 Confederation Sentier Trail, The Trailing Edge

2631 Cycling in Coburg, Port Hope and Area

2632 Trails

2633 Trail Blazing

2634 Northumberland County Forest Users Pamphlet

2635 A Nationwide Perspective on Trails

2636 Trail Access to Private Lands in Alberta

2637 Revised Bicycle Policy

2638 Ontario Trails Council Final Report

2639 The Rideau Trail Guidebook

2640 Explore the Hamilton-Brandtford-Cambridge Trails

2641 Trans Canada Trail: A Trail of Dreams becoming reality for the new Millennium

2642 Trail News

2643 Campbellford's Walking Tour

2644 What do fees pay for?

2645 Economic Impact of the Horse Industry in Ontario

2646 Adventure Cycling in the Victorian Kawarthas

2647 Track Bikes, New lines for old

2648 Sources of Funding: Foundations


2650 Go For Green; News and Info

2651 An Analysis of Recreational Trails in the City of Peterborough and the Organizations Involved

2652 Coast to Coast

2653 Trail North, A Journey in Words and Pictures

2654 Assessing the Potential for a Peterborough County Management Board of Trails

2655 Enhancing Trail Access for People with Disabilities

2656 Elora Cataract Trailway

2657 Mountain Bikers, other Park Users in Turf War

2658 Leading to a Provincial Trail System for New Brunswick

2659 State Trails Committees: A survey of state trail administrators

2660 Trail Guide, City of Fredericton

2661 The Journey into Yesterday Collection

2662 Strategic Directions for the 1990s, The Specialty Outdoors Sector in Ontario

2663 Thames Valley Trail, A Hiking Trail along the Thames River Valley

2664 The Elgin Hiking Trail CLub

2665 OTRA 1994 Rides Schedule

2666 Making Some Trails

2667 Nordic Club lays the path for good skiing

2668 Island Ecotrails, A Resource Guide for Community-Based Ecological Planning and Action along the Prince Edward Island Confederation Trail

2669 The Illinois Statewide Trail User Study

2670 An Overview of Organized Snowmobiling in Ontario

2671 Paths With a Purpose

2672 Planning Report for the Trans Canada Trail route through Peterborough

2673 Mountain Biking: Issues and Actions for USDA Forest Service Managers

2674 Ganaraska - Hillslope Sediment Movement

2675 Recreational Forest Trails: Plan for Success

2676 Occupiers Liability Act

2677 Tips for the ATV Rider

2678 Your Right To Ride

2679 Pioneer Cycle Guide; Haliburton to Lake Ontario (176km)

2680 Trailblazer does it again

2681 Backcountry recreationists' valuation of forest and park management features in wilderness parks of the western Canadian Shield

2682 Foot notes from the Dordogne

2683 Trails For All Americans

2684 Master Plan for the Development of a Greenway Along the Former Toronto, Hamilton, Buffalo Railway Corridor

2685 Chiltern Footpath Survey

2686 The Chiltern Society's Waymarking Practice for Public Paths

2687 Proceedings from Wildland Recreation Conference

2688 Ontario Trail Riders Association Inc.

2689 Horsemen Open a Multi-Use Corridor Trail

2690 PATC at Work

2691 Snowmobile Safety and You

2692 Symposium on Government-Citizen Partnership in Hiking Trails

2693 Statement to the Legislature; Announcing the Government's Policy on Recreatinal Trails and Snowmobile Regulation

2694 New Rails to Trails Policy Announcement

2695 Focus on Greenspace

2696 A Provincial Policy for Rails to Trails in Nova Scotia

2697 Building Support for Urban Trails

2698 Greenways: Preserving our Urban Environment

2699 Green Threads in the Urban Fabric

2700 Ontario Trails: A Growing Community

2701 The Finest Walk in the World - Milford Track Guided Walk

2702 30 Years in the Making: A Comprehensive Economic Impact and User Study of the Bruce Trail, Ontario, Canada

2703 Recreational Impacts and Enviornmental Degredation of Trails in Auyuittuq National Park Reserve, Baffin Island, N.W.T.

2704 The Recreational Potential of Hydro Corridors

2705 A Quality Ranking System for Evaluating the Landscape Along Hiking Rails Using Three Methods

2706 The Characteristics of Hiking Trails Used by Tourists in Canada and the Victoria Recreation Transportation Corridor, Ontario

2707 A Comparison of Peace River Country Settlement Trails

2708 Parish Paths Partnership: An Outline

2709 Trails for all Americans, Summary of the Report of the National Trails Agenda Project

2710 The Rivers and Trails Conservation Assistance Program

2711 A Test of Unmanned Registration Stations on Wilderness Trails: Factors Influencing Effectiveness

2712 The Effect of Nonresponse on Representativenss of Wilderness-Trail Register Information

2713 State Trails Committees: A Survey of State Trail Administrators

2714 Rails-to-Trails: A Valuable Resource for Outdoor Educators

2715 National Walking Track Workshop

2716 An Action Plan for Creating an Interconnected Network of Trails Accross America

2717 The National Trails System: What Should Uncle Sam's Role Be?

2718 Trail Partnerships: The Key to the State's Role in Providing Minnesota Greenways

2719 Partnerships for "Off Budget" Trails

2720 Tenth Annual California Trails Conference

2721 Trail Center, Trail Information and Trail Volunteers for Santa Clara, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, and San Francisco Counties

2722 A Trail Use Survey, Banff and Yoho National Parks

2723 Trans Ontario Provincial OFSC Snowmobile Trail Map

2724 Where do the Trails Lead? A Focus on the Canadian Ski Market

2725 Ski Tracks to the Future; Key Dimensions of Beginner and Non-Skier Markets

2726 Trails in Florida State Parks

2727 Fort De Soto, Historical Trail, Self-Guided Tour

2728 Starlight and a cross-country trail

2729 Access to the Scottish Country Side; A Brief Guide to the Law and Tradition of Scotland

2730 National Trails - Their Value and Management Within the National Park Service

2731 The Best of Cross Country Skiing

2732 Cross Country

2733 Huron County Hiking

2734 Transfocus 2021 Niagra-Lake Erie Transportation Plan, Inter-regional Bicycle/Pedestrian Corridor Network

2735 The Trails Act Regulations

2736 Chapter 62 (Bill No. 59) Trails Act

2737 The Trails Act

2738 First Ontario Trails Symposium

2739 Park and Recreation Futures in Canada: Issues and Options

2740 Ontario Provincial Parks, Future Markets Assessment

2741 Study Design, Southwestern Ontario Transportation Perspective

2742 Active Living and the Environment

2743 Historical Building Management In Ontario's Provincial Parks

2744 Long-Distance Paths

2745 Backpacking in the National Forest Wilderness... a family adventure

2746 Wilderness Users in the Pacific Northwest - Their characteristics, values, and management preferences

2747 Prime Trails in the Wild, Wild West

2748 Minimizing your impact

2749 East Coast Greenway

2750 Petroglyphs Provincial Park Hiking Trails; Featuring the Nanabush Trail

2751 Parks Canada Trail Manual

2752 The Joys of Snowhshoeing

2753 Trails Forum: A Report and Summary

2754 Canada's Physical Activity Guide to Healthy Active Living

2755 The Trans Canada Trail

2756 Comparing Manager and Visitor Perceptions of Llama Use in Wilderness

2757 Sledding Season

2758 Mark S. Burnham Provincial Park Management Plan

2759 Buckhorn District Snowmobile Club 1998-1999

2760 Managing Public Access; A Guide to farmers and landowners

2761 The West Coast Trail and Nitinat Lakes

2762 Provisional Trail Guide and Map for the Proposed Great Divide Trail

2763 The Greenway Movement in the USA and Australia Compared

2764 Unstaffed Trail Registration Compliance in a Backcountry Recreation Area

2765 The Great Eastern Centenary Track

2766 The Condition of England's Rights of Way

2767 Access Payment Schemes

2768 Heritage Trails

2769 Fort McMurray and Surrounding Area Trails

2770 Ski Wye Marsh, Cross Country Skiing at Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre

2771 Tread Lightly, Leaving a Good Impression

2772 South Downs Way, National Trail

2772 National Trails

2773 Trails, Gros Morne National Park

2774 Trails: A selected and annotated bibliography

2775 Impacts of experimental hiking and mountain biking in deciduous forest

2776 The Forgotten Trails

2777 Report on America's National Scenic, National Historic, and National Recreation Trails

2778 Gravity Model Formulation for an Extensive National Parkway Site

2779 Trails West

2780 The Pacific Crest Trail

2781 Downtown Walkabout, A Walking tour of the central business district of Guelph

2782 Blazing a trail through the last of winter

2783 Southern Ontario Cross Country Ski Handbook

2784 Travel Time Variation on Backcountry Trails

2785 Backcountry capacity management: Congestion problems in the Egypt Block, Banff National Park

2786 Backcountry Managment Studies, the Egypt Block, Banff National Park and A Survey of Backcountry Use and the Resulting Impact near Lake Louise, Banff National Park

2787 Winter Season Trail Use, Banff National Park

2788 Complete Signage Guide

2789 Hiking Trails in Canada

2790 A Guide to the Trails of Silent Lake Provincial Park

2791 A GIS Database for the Trail Studies Unit, A Pilot Study

2792 Snowmobile Trail Development Manual, Chapter 7: Trail Grooming

2793 Snowmobile Trail Development Manual, Chapter 6: Trail Signing

2794 Taking stock of Trent's natural inventory

2795 The Peterborough Natural Areas Strategy, Draft Summary Report

2796 Peterborough Natural Areas Strategy, Final Report

2797 Nature Areas and their use on the Nassau Campus, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario

2798 Trent lands

2799 New nature trail circles scout camp's Promise Rock

2800 Appalachian hikers are rationed in use of mountain path in U.S.

2801 Trails for the non-snowmobiler?

2802 Recovery of alpine tundra under protection after damage by human activities in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado

2803 Effects of human activities on alpine tundra ecosystems in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

2804 A selective review of the ecological effects of human trampling on natural ecosystems

2805 Hiking trails in Canada , volume 2

2806 The effect of resurfacing the Pennine Way on recreational use of Blanket bog in the Peak district National Park , England

2807 Indirect impacts of soil trampling on tree growth and plant succession in the north Cascade mountains of Washington

2808 A GIS based method for trail alignment planning

2809 Effects of nature trails on ground vegetation and understory colonization of a patchy remnant forest in an urban domain

2810 A framework for the design of wildlife conservation corridors with specific application to southwest Ontario

2811 The trail of Tears National Historic Trail

2812 Hoof prints on the mind:an exploration of attitudinal relationships between bushwalkers and commercial horseback tours

2813 Exploring the dialectics of route-based tourism: the Camino de Santiago

2814 Healing the rift - Community trail restoration in Tanzania

2815 Buildings,Utilities,and Recreation Development : Recreation Development Handbook

2816 Participation in Jogging or running and Bicycling , October 1976

2817 Participation in downhill and cross-country skiing , October 1976

2818 Happy Trails:City resident enjoys his Trailfest work

2819 Trans Canada Trail

2820 Spring is for the Birds...and the Bikes

2821 The hows and wheres of taking a great hike

2822 Interim Report : fall 1976

2823 Evaluating the effectiveness of self-guided interpretive trails

2824 Problems and benefits: a study of adjacent landowners along several rail-trail corridors within Ontario

2825 Bibliography on snowmobiling

2826 The methods of determining recreational demand for Helmets for biking

2827 River road corridor proposals

2828 The involvement of the New South Wales department of lands in the development and management of walking tracks: an historical public policy perspective

2829 James Callaghan Trail

2830 Foot care for the trail

2831 Equipment for the trail

2832 The rigths of way act 1990 : guidance notes for highway authorities

2833 The pennine bridleway

2834 Principles for tourism in the countryside

2835 Waymarking Public Rights of Way

2836 Ingraham Trail

2837 Prelude wildlife trail

2838 An approach for greenway suitability analysis

2839 A framework for the design of wildlife conservation corridors with specific application to Southwest Ontario

2840 Biocenters and corridors in a cultural landscape.A critical assessment of the territorial system of ecological stability [ABSTRACT]

2841 Introduction and overview : the greenway movement,uses and potentials of greenways

2842 Greenways and the U.S. National Park System [ABSTRACT]


2843 A comprehensive conservation strategy for Georgia's greenways[ABSTRACT]

2844 From greenbelt to greenways : four Canadian case studies [ABSTRACT]

2845 The evolution of greenways as an adaptive urban landscape form [ABSTRACT]

2846 Greenways and the making of urban form [ABSTRACT]

2847 Greenways as a planning strategy

2848 Environmentally sensitive areas : a template for developing greenway corridors [ABSTRACT]

2849 Greenway planning : developing a landscape ecologial network approach

2850 International greenways : a Red river valley study [ABSTRACT]

2851 An ecological framework for the planning , design and management of urban river greenways [ABSTRACT]

2852 A landscape ecological model for wildlife enhancement of stormwater management practices in urban greenways [ABSTRACT]

2853 South Florida greenways : aconceptual framework for the ecological reconnectivity of the region

2854 Greenways,blueways,skyways and other ways to better London [ABSTRACT]

2855 An experiment in greenway analysis and assessment:the Danube river

2856 Cultural landscapes and landscape ecology in contemporary greenway planning , design and management : a case study [ABSTRACT]

2857 Greenways as vehicles for expression [ABSTRACT]

2858 Social,aesthetic and ecological aspects of hedgerows in rural landscapes as frameworks for greenways [ABSTRACT]

2859 Scenic routes linking and protecting natural and cultural landscape features : a greenway skeleton [ABSTRACT]

2860 Using visual assessment as a foundation for greenway planning in the St. Lawrence river valley [ABSTRACT]

2861 Rural greenway plannig:the role of streamland perception in landowner acceptance of land management strategies [ABSTRACT]

2862 Integrating public safety and use into planning urban greenways [ABSTRACT]

2863 Perception and use of a metropolitan greenway system for recreation [ABSTRACT]

2864 Urban greenways and public ways :realising public ideas in a fragmented world [ABSTRACT]

2865 Building greenway policies within a participatory democracy framework [ABSTRACT]

2866 Greenway planning and growth management : partners in conservation? [ABSTRACT]

2867 Ecological effects of Snowmobiles

2868 Impacts of trails on cliff-edge forest structure

2869 Estimating Trail-related soil erosion in the humid tropics : Jatun Sacha,Ecuador and La Selva,Costa Rica

2870 The impact of commercial horse riding on sub-alpine environments at Cradle mountain, Tasmania, Australia

2871 The effects of predation and inbreeding depression on the viability of a small population:Analysis of a mathematical model

2872 Studies on the potential impact of recreational horse-riding on some alpine environments of the Central Plateau,Tasmania

2873 Hiker,horse and llama trampling effects on native vegetation in Montana,USA

2874 Too many feet are spoiling the dunes

2875 Environmental auditing:Choosing indicators of natural resource condition : A case study in Arches National Park, Utah, USA

2876 Rehabilitation of meadow and trails adjacent to Elizabeth Parker Hut,Lake O'hara area, Yoho national park

2877 Rarotonga's Cross Island Walk:Cook islands natural heritage project

2878 The Signpost

2879 Recreation Trails Seminar

2880 Mountain Trail Guide for the South-west Mainland Area

2881 Fossil Trails of Western Canada

2882 Towards an Outdoor Recreation Policy for Ontario


2884 Information report on 4-lane proposals , Trans-Canada highway

2885 65 Places to Ski in Southern Ontario

2886 Oversnow Vehicle Trails

2887 Skiing in Canada

2888 The Downhill Skier and Banff National Park

2889 The Other Literature of American Trails

2890 West Coast trail information

2891 Parks Canada Policy Statement

2892 A Trail Use Survey - Glacier National Park

2893 Trails Standards and Construction

2894 The Impact of High Mountain Trails Upon the Ecology of Alpine Vegetation

2895 Planning and Information Kit

2896 Experimental trampling of vegetation. I. Relationship between trampling intensity and vegetation response

2897 Explore the Hamilton-Brantford-Cambridge Trails

2898 Long-distance footpaths and bridleways

2899 Wolds Way, National Trail

2900 Bed and Breakfasts, Loyalist Country Trails

2901 The Potential for Off-Road Recreational Vehicle Trails in the Haliburton Region

2902 Back-country Travel

2903 On the Edson Trail

2904 Trail-blazing in False Creek

2905 Trails, tourism and regional development

2906 Cycling in the Wiltshire Downs

2907 Time Trails in the South East

2908 Official Pub Walks

2909 The Taff Trail, For walkers and cyclists

2910 Peterborough, Past and Present, Walking Tour of the Central Area

2911 Alternative uses of abandoned railway rights-of-way, An overview

2912 Warsaw Caves Hiking Guide

2913 Environment and Land Use Committee Policy Regarding Off-highway Vehicle Use

2914 Horses on the trail

2915 Aurora to vote on horse-riding bylaw

2916 A Study of the Importance of Designating Canada's Historical Trails

2917 Trail system planning, with specific reference to provincial parks in Ontario

2918 Impacts of experimental hiking and mountain biking in deciduous forest

2919 Mountain bike adventures

2920 Hiking the Oak Ridges Moraine

2921 Investigating Trail Surfacing Decisions: Balancing Social, Enviornmental and Economic Values

2922 Annual Report; Developing and Preserving an Integrated Recreational Trails Network in Ontario

2923 Annual Report; Developing and Preserving an Integrated Recrational Trails Network in Ontario

2924 Whistler Mountain Hiking Map; Summer-Mountain Guide

2925 Blackcomb Alpine Hiking and Summer Activity Guide

2926 A Mountain BIke Liablity Primer

2927 Landowner Liability

2928 Anonymous donors pave way for trail

2929 Following in the footsteps of Jesus on cycles

2930 Stepping out into the white stuff

2931 Trails of Dreams

2932 The Trail Guide; Pax Guest House Nature Lodge

2933 Georgetown/Cardigan Trail

2934 An Analysis of Snowmobiling in Ontario, Winter 1969-1970

2935 A survey of the recreational use of the trent university nature sanctuary

2936 Innovative Planning Approaches in the Trails and Greenway Field; Being Strategic Through Developing Trail Systems Plans

2937 Camo Assault

2938 Sounds of Silence? The dispute over snowmobiling in the Swedish mountains

2939 Recreational impacts on backcountry campsites in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, USA

2940 Trampling disturbances and recovery of cryptogamic soil cursts in Grand Canyon National Park

2941 Adaptive Management for Trails Systems

2942 Animal Trails

2943 Council appoints consultant to be county's trails officer

2944 Operating Procedures Manual

2945 Self-Guided Trails

2946 British volunteers back to help with Trent's Nature

2947 Wild Bermuda

2948 Trans Canada Trail Relay

2949 Devil's Punchbowl and the Old Princetown Road Nature Trail

2950 Recreation displacement on the Kepler Track, Fiordland National Park, New Zealand: A longitudinal study

2951 Visitor trail attribute expectations for a proposed heritage trail: potential impacts for an integrated resource management regime

2952 People on the pathway: Report 1 - a summary of public opinion

2953 The Original London Walks

2954 The Offa's Dyke Path

2955 The Pembrokeshire Coast Path

2956 FreeRein Trails

2957 Trail Systems Around the World

2958 The National Trail System Act

2959 Georgetown/Cardigan Trail

2960 Hiking, Caving and Rock Climbing

2961 Answering your questions about hiking in Ontario

2962 Symposium on Government-Citizin Partnership in Hiking Trails

2963 Creating - and using - a rating system for neighbourhood walkability: Towards an agenda for "local heros"

2964 Report on the Walking, Hiking and Tourism Workshop

2965 Taking off: a guide to backpacking trails accross North America

2966 Discover Brantford's Waterfront

2967 A Guide to the Nature Trails of the Royal Botanical Gardens

2968 The Guelph to Millbank Corridor Study

2969 Coastal Hiking Trail Maps

2970 Economic Impacts of Protecting Rivers, Trails and Greenway Corridors

2971 The Waterfront Trail: First steps from concept to reality

2972 Metropolitan Waterfront Trail

2973 Recreation ecology: The ecological impact of outdoor recreation and ecotourism

2974 Minnesing Mountain Bike Trail: Algonquin Provincial Park

2975 Access and Conservation Strategies for Climbing Areas

2976 Bon Echo Provincial Park

2977 Trails and Tourism: Fifth Annual Ecotourism/Adventure Conference

2978 Partners in Compliance: Two Volunteer Programs Enhancing Resource Protection

2979 Nearby and Natural: Parks Guide 1999

2980 Biophysical Impacts On and User Interactions With Mountain Bicycle Off-Road Trail Corridors

2981 Trail Construction Tenets

2982 Working Around Water?: A Class Authorization System for Agricultural Municipal Drains in the Southern Ontario Region

2983 Off-Road Impacts of Mountain Bikes

2984 Wilderness Quality and Visitors' Wilderness Attitudes: Management Implications

2985 Forum: Hypothesis-Driven Experimental Research Is Necessary for Natural Resource Management

2986 Analyzing recreational conflict: Understanding why conflict occurs is requisite to managing that conflict

2987 Limits of Acceptable Change and Related Planning Processes: a Workshop

2988 Recreational Trampling Experiments: Effects of Trampler Weight and Shoe Type

2989 Investigating Trail Surfacing Decisions: Balancing Social, Environmental and Economic Values

2990 A Trail of One's Own? ---Separate trails divide; shared trails unite

2991 Mountain Bikers: Environmentally Aware, Socially Responsible, Individually Proactive

2992 Mountain Biking On Authority Lands

2993 Synthesis of the Literature and State of the Practice

2994 The Science of Dirt: Soil Studies are useful, and more are needed

2995 Chapter 18: Some Fundamental Ideas on Tourism and Sustainable Development

2996 A Discussion Paper On Environmental and Social Impact Review For Multiple Use Trails In Alberta

2997 Off-Road Mountain Bike Policy

2998 The Limits of Acceptable Change Process: Modifications and Clarifications

2999 Selected abstracts

3000 Spatial and Temporal Variation in Soil and Vegetation Impacts on Campsites

3001 Why Is It Important To Monitor Social Conditions in Wilderness?

3002 Threats to Wilderness Ecosystems: Impacts and Research Needs

3003 Conflicting Goals of Wilderness Management: Natural Conditions vs Natural Experiences

3004 Managing Recreational Trail Environments for Mountain Bike User Preferences

3005 Intergroup conflict in wilderness: balancing opportunities for experience with preservation responsibility

3006 Role of Public Involvement in the Limits of Acceptable Change Wilderness Planning System

3007 Instiotutional Barriers and Opportunities in Application of the Limits of Acceptable Change

3008 Backcountry Impact Management: Lessons from Research

3009 Wildlife Preservation and Recreational Use: Conflicting Goals of Wildland Management

3010 Wilderness Management Principles: Science, Logical Thinking or Personal Opinion?

3011 Experimental trampling of vegetation. II. Predictors of resistance and resilience

3012 Wilderness Recreation Use Trends, 1965 through 1994

3013 A Bibliography of Trail and Recreation Issues

3014 Minimizing Conflict Between Recreation and Nature

3015 Mountain Bike Trails: Techniques for Design, Construction and Maintenance

3016 A Proposed Framework for Assessing the Appropriateness of Recreation Activities in Protected Heritage Areas

3017 State Park Directors' Perceptions of Mountain Biking

3018 Sustainable mountain trail systems and the trail-based tourism facilities: Mexico and the United States. Exchange Report to The Mountain Institute

3019 The Indicator Performance Estimate (IPE) Approach to Defining Acceptable Conditions in Wilderness

3020 Mountain Bicycling in the Urban-Wildland Interface

3021 Resource Impacts Caused By Recreation

3022 Debate on trail use policy regarding mountain bikes

3023 Indirect Effects of Recreation on Wildlife

3024 Effects of Recreational Impacts on Soil Microbial Communities

3025 The Illustrious Giants: A Case study of visitor impacts on the trees of Southwestern British Columbia

3026 "A Study of the Real and Perceived Impacts of Recreational Use on the Campsites of the West Coast Trail, B.C."

3027 Prince George and Area-Hiking Guide

3028 "You can't camp there"

3029 Mountain-Biking

3030 The Potential Use of Trent University's Wildlife Sanctuary for Outdoor Education

3031 Potential for Organized Outdoor Fitness Activities in Peterborough, Ontario

3032 Ganaraska Ranch

3032 Cyclists Launch Rail trail Support Initiative

3033 Nature Areas and Their Use on the Nassau Campus: Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario

3034 La Route Verte: Quebec's Natural Beauty

3035 An International Perspective on Trails, Tourism and Events Linking Them: A Presentation

3036 Cycling in Ontario 1998: The Annual Handbook of the Ontario Cycling Association

3037 Recycling Railway Corridors: Rails to Greenways Conference

3038 Trent Nature Area Trail Distances

3039 GIS Applications: Trail Mapping and Geographic Information Served Over the Internet to Maintenance Crews and Trail Users

3040 NAWT News

3041 NAWT News

3042 NAWT News

3043 NAWT News

3044 Hike Canada

3045 Trends noted in survey

3046 Cycletherapy

3047 PATC Volunteer Opportunities

3048 PATC Fact Sheet

3049 Map & Book Catalog

3050 Topographical World Map

3051 Atlas of Topographic Maps Depicting the Route of the Central Ontario Loop Trail

3052 The Economic Impact of the Georgian Trail on the Town of Collingwood and Region

3053 Customized Hiking Trail Users Survey Manual

3054 A Survey of Nova Scotia Hiking Trail Users: Executive Summary

3055 Procedures for Community-Based Trail Planning and Development in order to Enter into a Management Agreement and Developed Trail on Abandoned Railway Corridors and Crown Land

3056 BC Trans Canada Trail Traveller

3057 Access to the Axis: The Algonquin-Adirondack International Trail

3058 Rails to Trails: A Celebration of Trails and Greenways

3059 BC Trail Trekker

3060 Quick Facts

3061 Pathways

3062 Pathways

3063 Hike Ontario News

3064 Marche Randonnee

3065 Greenways: Trails for Today and Tomorrow

3066 Methods of Enforcing Legislation and Trail Etiquette, on Ontario's Multi-use Recreation Trails

3067 Sentier National Trail

3068 Parry Sound's Waterfront Trails

3069 Trailminders of the Bow Valley

3070 Parry Sound Area: Seguin Recreational Trail

3071 Brochure

3072 The Fairy Vista Trail

3073 Insurance for Trails

3074 Brochure

3075 Brochure

3076 Brochure

3077 Huron County Hiking: Ontario's West Coast

3078 Brochure

3079 Networking Michigan with Trailways

3080 Voyageur Hiking Trail

3081 The Galloping Goose and Peninsula Trails Maps

3082 Recreational Trails Program

3083 Protecting Marine and Coastal Environments through Tourism, Recreation and Leisure

3084 Protecting Migrating Birds and Animals through Tourism, Recreation and Leisure

3085 Promoting Safety in Schools and Global Peace through Education

3086 Welcome! the the Saugeen River Trail System

3087 Brochure

3088 Brochure

3089 Snowmobile Trail Map

3090 Protecting Watersheds through Tourism, Recreation and Leisure

3091 Heritage Walk

3092 Lady Eaton Drumlin

3093 Hamilton to Brantford Rail-Trail

3094 Brochure

3095 Historic Owen Sound: Downtown Walking Tour

3096 Walk on the Wild Side

3097 Brochure

3098 The New Brunswick Trail System: Sentier NB Trail

3099 Top Trail Guide 2000

3100 Let's Get Active!: Your Guide For Exploring Huron County Trails

3101 Watch out for drunken bottom: Midsummer's day 2000 will see 3500 miles of safe cycling around Britain

3102 Letter from the Minister of Transport

3103 Lakefield Trail

3104 A Waymarked Walk

3105 "Support the Rail-Trail"

3106 Hike Clean Air

3107 Warsaw Caves Conservation Area and Campground

3108 Social Benefits of Rail-Trails

3109 Canadian Rails to Greenways Conference

3110 Get On The Beaten Path: Hike, Walk or Bike Along Canada's Converted Rail Lines

3111 Walking in the trees

3112 Sam Sullivan's Wild Ride

3113 The OFSC Trail System

3114 What are Top Trails?

3115 Trail Riding and the User-Pay System

3116 The Process of Trail Condition Reporting in Ontario

3117 The OFSC Trail System-Terms Explained

3118 Grooming the OSFC Trails

3119 Stay on the Trail

3120 Snowmobiles and the Environment

3121 Section 3-The Benefits of Rail-Trail Development

3122 Working For Wilderness: Leadership Manual

3123 Pico Da Tijuca Tijuca Mirim

3124 Bico Do Papagaio Cocanha E Archer

3125 A Study of the Expenditures of Snowmobilers: An Ontario Provincial Survey

3126 Hit the trail: Lakefield unveils first phase of village path

3127 Adaptive Management for Trails Systems

3127 Trailblazers

3128 Rotary Greenway Trail

3129 A walk on Newfoundland's wild side

3130 European Long-Distance Footpaths

3131 Getting Back: A Trailwise Guide to Snowmobile Survival

3132 Improving Rights of Way in England and Wales: A Consultation Pape

3133 Operating Procedures Manual

3134 In-Line Skating

3135 Trail system gives new life to rail travel

3136 Selling clients on the Trans Canada Trail

3137 Trail Degradation Along The Pat Sin Range: An Example of Environmental Geomorphology

3138 Methods for Assessing and Monitoring Backcountry Trail Conditions: An Empirical Comparison

3139 Trail degradation as influenced by environmental factors: A state of the-knowledge review

3140 The influence of sampling interval on the accuracy of trail impact assessment

3141 Assessing trail conditions in protected areas: application of a problem-assessment method in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA

3142 Evaluating Spatial Qualities of Visitor Impacts on Recreation Resources

3143 An Assessment of Campsite Conditions in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

3144 A Survey of Whitewater Recreation Impacts Along Five West Virginia Rivers

3145 Adirondack Great Walks & Day Hikes: A Guide to Exploring "The Northeast's Last Great Wilderness"

3146 Prime Location on the Trail

3147 Request for Proposals: Trail Development Template

3148 Crow Wing Revisited: Wilderness saddle trail brings influx of visitors and adds new jobs and dollars to Minnesota's growing RC&D project

3149 The Fundy Hiking Trail

3149 Canadian Trails: The Fundy Hiking Trail, The Bruce Trail

3150 Canadian Trails II: A Proposal for the Qu'appelle Valley

3151 Trails of the Grand Teton

3152 Glacier: A Trail Park and Its Users

3153 Take a hike: It's good for you; and it's easy

3154 New trail guide aims to draw eco-tourists

3155 Rail-Trails and Safe Communities

3156 Proceedings from the Fifth Annual Ecotourism and Adventure Tourism Conference

3157 Inside Story: Biking gives you more than a passport to the outdoors; it helps get rid of stress, keeps the blubber at bay and maintains your ticker

3158 Report on Two Successful Rural Trails: The Iron Horse Trail Western Irrigation District (WID) Canal Pathway

3159 Wild Rose Trail System: A plan for the development of recreation trails across Alberta

3160 Alberta: Provincial Trail Requirements

3161 The Trans Canada Trail and Wild Rose Trail System

3162 TrailNet News

3163 Country Trails

3164 Creating the Trans Canada Trail in Alberta (BROCHURE)

3165 Scenic Lookout Tower Hiking Trail (BROCHURE)

3166 Countryside Access Charter (BROCHURE)

3167 The Confederation Trail as Economic Development


3169 Tip-to-tip: Confederation Trail (MAP and BROCHURE)

3170 Parry Sound's Waterfront Trails (BROCHURE)

3171 Georgian Nordic Ski and Canoe Club

3172 Parry Sound Area: Seguin Recreation Trail (BROCHURE)

3173 Torrance Barrens Trails

3174 Raymond Trail (BROCHURE)

3175 Artists Loop Trail (BROCHURE)

3176 Skeleton Lake Fish Hatchery Trail (BROCHURE)

3177 Hazelwood Trail (BROCHURE)

3178 The Fairy Vista Trail (BROCHURE)

3179 The Golf Course Bicycle Route (BROCHURE)

3180 The Port Sydney-Balsam Chutes-Utterson Bicycle Loop

3181 The Mary Lake Circuit Bicycle Route (BROCHURE)

3182 The Balsam Chutes Bicycle Route (BROCHURE)

3183 The Yonge Street Trail (BROCHURE)

3184 Hiking: Arrowhead Provincial Park (BROCHURE)

3185 The use of the Rotary Trail and the economic impact on the village of Lakefield, Ontario

3186 Walks through Europe, Rome

3187 Sampler of America's Rail-Trails

3188 Disused railway lines in Scotland: a strategic appraisal

3189 Position paper: An assessment of visitor information needed for trail planning and management within National parks

3190 Visitor Use and Satisfaction of the Meewasin Trail System in Saskatoon

3191 Strutting his stuff

3192 Hike to the past: Exercise in preserving historic parks

3193 Waterfront: Regeneration Trust Newsletter

3194 Changes afoot: How new legislation will improve countryside access

3195 Exploring Scottish Hill Tracks

3196 103 Hikes:in southwestern British Columbia

3197 The Appalachian Trail

3198 Trails and Tourism Development Project

3199 Ontario's Closest Snowmobiling Destination with a Vision

3200 2000/2001 Snowmobile Regional Trail Guide

3201 Walk it, Walking Trails of Port Hope, Cobourg and District areas

3202 Hiking Trails in the mid-altantic States

3203 Whoaa, Nellie!

3204 A Creature With Many Faces; Vermont's Long Trail

3205 Nature Hikes near-Toronto Trails and Adventures

3206 A Trail Cycling Guide for Southern Ontario

3207 Ontario Provincial Parks Trail Guide

3208 Insurance, Liability and Duty of Care

3209 Urban Greenways; good things happening

3210 The Bermuda Railway Trail

3211 Algonquin - Adirondack International Trail; 1000 Islands - Westport Section

3212 500 Of the world's most useful trail biking websites

3213 Making the Connection: First International Trails and Greenways conference

3214 Taking off; A guide to backpacking trails

3215 A Guide to the Land's Greatest Hikes

3216 Terra Cotta Trails

3217 Charities face Ben Nevis ban

3218 Canopy Connections

3219 Trail of Schemes

3220 Recreational Trampling Experiments: Effects of Trampler Weight and Shoe Type

3221 Landscape Change Along Missouri's Katy Trail

3222 Trails for Sale

3223 The Last Spite

3224 The Old Stockyard - Rails and Trails: Natural, Industrial and Railway Heritage - A public walk to highlight disappearing history along St. Clair avenue west

3225 Rail Trails are picking up steam

3226 Research Methods for a Hike Ontario Trail Use Survey in Jackson Park

3227 Grand River Watershed: Rail Trail Proposals

3228 Collection of articles relating to rail trails

3229 Southern Ontario Rail Lines 1850-1984

3230 Trail Blazing

3231 Mountain Biking Seminar

3232 Trails and Tourism Development Study: summary report

3233 Discover Our Trails! Peterborough & the Kawarthas

3234 Route to Conflict

3235 Hike: The Bruce Trail

3236 Cycle: Le P'Tit Train

3237 Rotary Greenway Trail Map

3238 Central Ontario Loop Trail: Map

3239 Otonabee River Trail: Walk with me by the Otonabee

3240 Trail Shock- Studies Weigh Mountain Biking and Hiking Impacts

3241 Trail Courtesy

3242 Trailblazers

3243 Former rail land use considered

3244 Field Observations: CN Rail Line, Uxbridge to Corbyville

3245 Tiny Trails Proposal for Development: Submitted to ONT. Trails CO.

3246 Exploring the village of Trail

3247 Decision Appeal: Pursuant to Line Fences Act

3248 Board of Directors Meeting Minutes

3249 Tracing A Vision

3250 Trails-"The Paths of Life": Final Report of The Trails North Workshop March 27-28, 2001 Holiday Inn, Sudbury

3251 Get fit and save the environment

3252 Let's Walk: Walking for your health in West Toronto

3253 The Marketing of Trails in the Kawartha Region

3254 Paradise is a footpath of bleak beauty on the coast of Wales

3255 Wilderness News

3256 Great Divide Trail

3257 'Weekend warriors' hit snowmobilers in pocketbooks

3258 Cross-Country Skiing on The Bruce Trail: Second Edition

3259 Alberta TrailNet Presents Discussion Paper for Provincial Trail Network

3260 Guidelines for Human Use within Wildlife Corridors and Habitat Patches in the Bow Valley(Banff National Park to Seebe)

3261 Recreation and Trails Opinions and Planning For Trent University Students

3262 Linking Information and Decision Making in Canadian National Parks

3263 The Potential for Off-Road Recreational Vehicle Trails in teh Haliburton Region

3264 Trail News: Damage Control

3265 How pwoplw interact on off-road routes

3266 Fundy tourism tides rising

3267 Sunshine Village 1992 Long range Development Plan Review

3268 The Economic Impact of Trail Construction

3269 Ecotour of the Trans-Canada Highway: Kamloops to Golden

3270 Ecotour of the Trans-Canada Highway: Hope to Kamploops

3271 Ecotour of Superior Country along the Trans-Canada Highway: Thunder Bay to White River

3272 Imperial Oil Review: Auntumn 1997

3273 A survey of Nova Scotia Hiking Trail Users: Executive Summary

3274 Permit price increased by $20

3275 Hike Ontario E-News: Funding Sources for Trail Building Projects

3276 National protected area system planning guidelines(Ad for toolkit)

3277 Customized Hiking Trail Users: Survey Manual

3278 Snowmobiling: a product in evolution

3279 Durham Region Trails: 2000

3280 Colonization road obliterated by snowmobile club

3281 The Well-Groomed Trail

3282 Bolivia: The Choro Trail

3283 Canmore: The Impact of Humans on Trails and Their Surrounding Areas

3284 Special Offa

3285 Project Proposal Guidelines

3286 Projects for the Trails Studies and Nature Areas

3287 Number of Encounters and Experience Quality in Grand Canyon Backcountry: Consistently Negative and Weak Relationships

3288 Taking Stock: The Pursuit of Metro's Regional Trail System

3289 Ontario Trails Council. Inc. Business Plan

3290 Snowmobile Touring - Central and Eastern Ontario

3291 Changes in Ground Layer Vegetation Near Trails in Midwestern U.S. Forests

3292 Hiker Impact on Herbaceous Vegetation along Trails in an Evergreen Woodland of Central Texas

3293 Cross-Canada cross-country

3294 Objective-Based Evaluation of a Self-Guided Nature Trail

3295 Trails: Northumberland County

3296 Ilsley Downs Riding Route

3297 Downland Villages Riding Route

3298 Walking In The City

3299 Ingleton Waterfalls Walk

3300 The Economic Benefits of Trails

3301 Traillink 2001: 3rd International Trails and Greenways Conference

3302 Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park: Kananaskis Country

3303 The Mohawk-Hudson Bike-Hike Trail and Its Impact on Adjoining Residential Properties

3304 Hike Ontario Policy For New Motorized Trails on Crown Land

3305 Voices on the Trail

3306 Abandoned CN Rail Line, Uxbridge to Corbyville (Bellville): Preferred Options Report

3307 Along the Trans Canada Trail: In-Line Skating a Favorite Summer Pastime

3308 The Vegetation of Footpaths, Sidewalks, Cart-Tracks and Gateways

3309 Survey of Non-Users of the Rotary Greenway Trail

3310 Vegetation of Grass Verges and Other Excessively Trodden Habitats

3311 Shoreline Centennial Trial Guide: Charleston Lake Provincial Park

3312 Rails-to-Trails: Recreation Trail Development in Nebraska

3313 Rails to Trails: A Celebration of Trails and Greenways

3314 The Bruce: On The Edge of Wilderness

3315 Visitor Perceptions of Crowding and Discrimination at Two National Forests in Southern California

3316 Asset Inventory for Parks Canada Trails

3317 Continental Trails Network: Proposal For a North American Trails System

3318 Trail Shock-Studies Weigh Mountain Biking and Hiking Impacts

3319 Linking Information and Decision Making in Canadian National Parks

3320 Railtrails in Quebec

3321 Use of Field-Verified GIS Classification to Determine Landscape Suitability for Hiking Trail Development

3322 Vias Pecuarias De Andalucia- Historic Fish Trails of Andalucia Spain

3323 Converting Rails to Trails : A Citizens Manual For Transforming Abandoned Rail Corridors Into Multipurpose Public Paths

3324 Rails to Trails - Presentation to the Networking Session of the Annual Conference of the Canadian Parks and Recreation Association

3325 Building Support For Urban Trails

3326 Workshop on Greenways and Planning

3327 Protecting Rivers, Trails, and Greenways Reap Economic Returns

3328 Rails to Trails

3329 The Rails-Trails Conservancy

3330 A Joint Proposal by the Ministry of Natural Resources and The Ministry of Transportation and Communications to Acquire Abandoned Railway Right-of-Way For Public Use

3331 Effects of Recreation on Rocky Mountain Wildlife: Online Bibliography

3332 Postion Paper on Alternative Uses for Abandoned Railway Rights of Ways

3333 Whatever you do don't forget riders!

3334 Chilkoot Trail Bibliography

3335 Bicycle Trail Construction

3336 Inside Story

3337 Toward a Provincial Recreational Trails Policy

3338 Out in the Country

3339 A Guide to Procedures for Public Path Orders

3340 A guide to Definitive Map Procedures

3341 Cross-Country skiing goes to the dogs

3342 Ontario Provincial Parks: Trail Guide

3343 The Metis Nation and Arctic Environmental Survey: Clean-up Partners on the Canol Trail

3344 The Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assitance Program: Seven Success Stories

3345 Going Along for The Ride: A memento of teh 1995 British North American Boundary Commission and North West mounted Police Wagon Train and Trail Ride

3346 Routes of History: Recreational use and Preservation of Historic Transportation Corridors

3347 Mersey Valley Timberland Trail: Final Project Report

3348 Timberland Trail Research Proposal: Comparing Different Meida in Promoting the Mersey Vally Timberland Trail

3349 The Lycian Way: The Information you need to know to trek the Lycian Way

3350 The Appalachian Trail

3351 Ganaraska Forest Trails Project

3352 Concept for Rotary Greenway Trail Interpretive Brochure

3353 Trail Biking guide

3354 Mountain Biking In the Canadian Rocky Mountains

3355 The Moira and Skootamatta Canoe Route Guide

3356 Rails to Trails Conference: Canadian Trail Initiatives

3357 Trail Creek Tramway

3358 Spatial Strategies For Managing Visitor Impacts in National Parks

3359 Campsite Survey Implications for Managing Designated Campsites at Great Smoky Mountains National Park

3360 Characterizing Backcountry Camping Impacts in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA

3361 A Guide to Walking Lightly in the Wilds

3362 In Defense of Erosion

3363 Pet Peeves

3364 Toward a Provincial Recreational Trails Policy

3365 A Provincial Policy for Rails to Trails in Nova Scotia

3366 Economic Impact Analysis of Canals, National Historic Sites and National Parks in Ontario

3367 Hastings Heritage Trail: Partership Agreements Signed

3368 Recreation Displacement on the Kepler Track, Fiordland National Park, New Zealand: A Longitudinal Study

3369 Managing the Consequences of Over-Use by Tourists of New Zealand's Conservation Estate

3370 Peru puts limit on Inca Trail foot traffic

3371 Monitoring Methods Concerning the Environmental Impacts on Campsites

3372 An Evaluation of teh Effectiveness of a No-fire, No-camping Policy: St. Mary's Wilderness, Virginia

3373 Communications Plan: A.T.V. Use of Trails

3374 Ganaraska User Survey Analysis

3375 Information Quantity and Communication Effectiveness: Low-impact Messages on Wilderness Trailside Bulletin Boards

3376 S.T.O.P. Snowmobile Trail Officer Patrol: Sudbury Pilot Project

3377 Strengh in Dollars: How much money we spend on out horses equates how much clout we have when it comes to protecting our right to ride

3378 Universal Trail Assessment Process

3379 The Off-Road Cyclist's Code of Ethics

3380 The Landscape Encountered and Experienced While Hiking

3381 Hiking the Milford Track

3382 Canada's Great Divide Trail: Hiking the Backbone of the Rockies

3383 Finger Lakes News

3384 American Hiker

3385 Kluane National Park Reserve, 1996: Wilderness Experience Study

3386 The Gilligan Principle

3387 Diminishing Barriers and Increasing Return: Overcoming Obstacles to Accessible Trails for People with Diabilites

3388 Some Observations on Campground Trampling and Ground Cover Response

3389 Seven Principals of Low-Impact Wilderness Recreation

3390 A Survey of Cross Country Skiing in Algonquin Park

3391 Overnight Wilderness Users: Descriptive and Comparitive Report 1974-1980

3392 Workshop on Backcountry Use October 27-November 1, 1985

3393 A Study of Ecosystem Deterioration Along Trails in the Gault Estate of Mont St. Hilaire, Quebec

3394 The Chemong Portage

3395 Recreational Specialization: A Study of Cross Country Skiers

3396 Cross Country Skiing in Jackson Park, Peterborough: A Survey of Usage and Problems

3397 Firth River Whitewater Public Safety and Visitor Use Evaluation

3398 Southern Vancouver Island Hiking Trails: From Nanaimo to the Alberni Valley, from the Cowichan River to Qualicum, here are 49 adventure trails for people of all ages

3399 Northern Ontario Snowmobiling Development Strategy

3400 Trails: Benefits, Issues and Solutions,

3401 A Method of Calculating Carrying Capacity Potential Attractiveness and Management Input of a Site for Varied Users:

3402 River Recreation: An Annotated Bibliography:

3403 Patterns of Wilderness Use as Related to Congestion and Solitude

3404 Environmental Guidelines for the Recreational Use of Northern Ontario's Back-Country Areas:

3405 Insurance for Ontario's Trails

3406 Citizenships, Contingency and the Countryside: Rights, culture, land and the environment:

3407 Cycling Skills: A Guide for Teen and Adult Cyclists:

3408 The Backpacker's Hand Book

3409 Stable Directory, 2002

3410 Walking the Pennine Way

3411 Historic Old Military Road: Trail Feasibility Study.

3412 Cross Country Skiing in the Warsaw Caves Conservation Area:

3413 A Survey of Cross Country Skiing in the Peterborough Area:

3414 Cross Country Ski Activity at Trent University Wilderness Sanctuary:

3415 The Environmental Impact of Cross Country Skiing on the Wildlife on the Trent Wildlife Sanctuary:

3416 Snowmobiling in the Peterborough Area: A Survey of the Attitudes:

3417 The Origins, Growth and Organization of Snowmobiling in the Peterborough Area:

3418 Evaluation of Two Conservation Areas for Snowmobile Use in the Peterborough Area:

3419 The Demand for Public Snowmobiling Facilities in the Seagrave Ontario Area:

3420 Social Carrying Capacity of Cross Country Ski Trails:

3421 An Opinion Survey of Trent University's New Bird Sanctuary and Hiking Trail:

3422 Recreational Use of Railway Tracks:

3423 Trails and Greenways: Advancing the Smart Growth Agenda,

3424 Public Recreation on Private Lands: The Land Owners' Perspective

3425 Proceedings 2002 Annual Conference Ontario Trails Council:

3426 Trailing Along the Bruce:

3427 South Africa: A Walk on the Wild Side.

3428 The Complete Guide to Cross-Country Skiing & Touring

3429 Environmental Assessment Act Requirements and Trail Planning Process:

3430 Attachment 3: District Recreation Trails Approval Questions and Answers OR "Everything You Wanted to Know About Recreation Trails on Crown Lands but Were Afraid to Ask"

3431 Attachment 4: Policy - Recreation Trails on Crown Land

3432 Public Action for Ontario Trails:

3433 Insurance Issues

3434 Effects of Mountain Biking on Wildlife and People

3435 The Impact and Management of Visitor Use at Mer Bleue Bog

3436 "Feeling your way through the countryside"

3437 Answering Questions About: Long-Distance Hiking in Ontario

3438 Rail Round Table

3439 Trails Act:

3440 Byways and Special Places Program: Example Routes Warranting Study in Ontario.

3441 Global strategy: canals and cultural routes

3442 Mountain Biking in the Canadian Rocky Mountains: A Situational Analysis

3443 Constitution/Bylaws

3444 Farmers upset by MNR ban on access to rail line

3445 On the Waterfront

3446 Walking amidst myths, magic on the Cornwall cliffs

3446 Sign Manual

3447 Cycling Skills: A Guide for Teens and Adult Cyclists

3448 Cycling

3449 Revised Bicycle Policy

3450 Ministry of Transportation Bicycle Policy: Implementation Process

3451 Feeling Good with Cross-Country Skiing

3452 Nordic Touring and Cross-Country Skiing

3453 Cross-Country Skiing: Touring and Competition

3454 An Analysis of Snowmobiling in Ontario: Winter 1969-1970

3455 Seniors and Trail Use in Peterborough, Ontario: Barriers to, and Interest in Recreational Walking Programs

3456 Recreational Specialization Among River Users: The Case of Nahanni National Park Reserve

3457 Trail Development Template: Final Report

3458 Interpretive Programming for Trails in Peterborough, Ontario: Annotated Bibliography Report on Methodologies Application of Methods

3459 Fletcher Creek Conservation Area: Master Plan

3460 Mountain Biking in Peterborough: A Research Report

3461 Backpacker Use Patterns at Great Smoky Mountains National Park

3462 User Funding Criteria and Proposed Strategy for Sustainable Trails in Ontario

3463 Visitor Activity Profile on cross-country Nordic Skiing

3464 Winter Use of Algonquin Park : The Safety and Education of the Use Towards the Winter Experience and the Management Implications

3465 The Kawartha Barrens Trail Study

3466 Trampling resistance of tropical rainforest soils and vegetation in the wet tropics of north east Australia

3467 Ontario Trails Liability and Other Reforms: A discussion Paper

3468 Impacts of nutrient additions and digging for human waste disposal in natural environments, Australia   

3469 Wildfire effects on hiking and biking demand in New Mexico : a travel cost study

3471 Glebe Park Trails Strategy and Action Plan

3472 A development Manual for a Community-based ATV Tourism Product

3473 A Review of the Actual and Perceived Risk Associated with River Crossing Encountered During Recreational Use

3475 An Examination of Recreationists’ Relationships with Activities and Settings

3476 Predictors of Behavioural Loyalty Among Hikers Along he Appalachian Trail

3477 Spatial patterns of recreation impact on experimental campsites

3478 The West Coast Trail

3479 ATV Popularity Growing

3480 Bow-Corridor Recreation Trails Study

3481 Analysis of the Ethical Issues According to Frequent Snowmobile Users of the Haliburton Trails

3482 Planning for the Future of Irelands : National Waymarked Ways

3483 Restoration Afoot for Ancient Inca Trails

3484 Rails To Trails: Winter 2004

3485 The Impacts of Mountain Biking on Wildlife and People

3486 Paddling into our own Heart of Darkness

3487 Blissful Biking

3488 The Millennium Miles: Your Guide to the Trails

3489 ATV’s: Education is Key

3490 The History of ATV’s

3491 Trampling a new path through Nova Scotia

3492 Happy Trails

3493 The ‘Way’ to go: West Highland trek is remarkable

3494 Tiptoe through the treetops

3495 Cyclists roam backroads in a show of pedal power

3496 Madonna and Guy tell British country walkers to take a hike

3497 Cycling the slopes

3498 Council eyes Riverwalk plans

3499 Assessing Soil Compaction on Forest Inventory and Analysis Phase 3 Field Plots Using a Pocket Penetrometer

3500 Accessible Exterior Surfaces Technical Article

3501 Accessible Exterior Surfaces

3502 Soil Stabilizers on Universally Accessible Trails

3503 Get out and enjoy forests

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Last updated by Sarah Gauntlett, December 18, 2006.