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National Trails - Official Site
The Ridgeway National Trail forms the middle section of the 583 kilometreGreater Ridgeway, which runs from Lyme Regis on the Dorset coast to Hunstantonon the north Norfolk coast.
National Trail Raceway - Official Site
Mojave Trails National Monument protects irreplaceable historic resources including ancient Native American trading routes, World War II-era training camps, and the longest remaining undeveloped stretch of Route 66. Additionally, the area has been a focus of study and research for decades, including geological research and ecological studies on the effects of climate change and land management practices on ecological communities and wildlife.
The National Old Trails Road - Federal Highway Administration
Boole, the largest giant sequoia on National Forest System Land, is the 8th largest of all known sequoias. This trail offers spectacular views of the Kings River gorge and spectacular high Sierra Nevada mountain vistas. As you travel along the trail, you’ll come across remains of sequoias left where they fell in the historic logging days.
The National Old Trails Road Part 1: The Quest for a National Road
The National Trails System Act was signed into law October 2, 1968, yet forty years later only the initial two trails; the Appalachian and Pacific Crest National Scenic Trails are fully available for the public to experience from end to end. Despite recent progress in opening new miles on the Continental Divide, Florida, and Ice Age National Scenic Trails through the generosity of private land owners, organizations, corporations, State agencies, and other entities; the other six National Scenic Trails and all of the National Historic Trails are still, after many years of effort by citizen volunteers and public agency trail managers, in various stages of completion.