Trails

Residents appear, at least judging by the reaction at a public hearing last week, to welcome a plan for the town to buy former ski trails so they can be preserved for recreational use.

West Windsor residents appear to be supportive of a plan to buy former ski trails on Ascutney Mountain to preserve for recreational uses.

The events of this summer and fall in our region, celebrating our deep and wonderful connections to the sea, should prove to even the largest doubters that the words "maritime" and "heritage" can attract not only tourists to our shores, but also the... Read more

Please join our campaign to protect Knight's Pond and Blueberry Hill by donating today. Click here to donate.

In the suburbs of Portland, Maine, residents of Cumberland and North Yarmouth use Knight'... Read more

A pump track is a specially designed skills area for mountain bikers, featuring smooth, banked turns-it can feel like being on a roller coaster! They're fun for riders of all ages and ability levels, and a great way to brush up on skills for riding trails... Read more

An idyllic interlude on the Cuyahoga River today is a harbinger of what millions can expect when the Lake Link Trail is completed. Hundreds got a foretaste as the Cleveland Foundation announced a gift of $5 million towards completion of the trail.

A large, forested tract at the east end of Springfield is a big step closer to becoming a public recreational natural area, Willamalane Park and Recreation District officials announced at a special property acquisition celebration.

Mount Eddy is the highest summit of California's Klamath Mountains. The peak is named in honor of Olive Paddock Eddy, who in the 1880s became the first woman to climb this picture-perfect peak. Today, Mt. Eddy is popular with hikers and curious botanists:... Read more

The completion of the third largest conservation project in New Hampshire history will be celebrated today in the North Country. The newly conserved land is called the Androscoggin River Headwaters. It covers about 31,300 acres clustered around Errol.

A conservation project intended to protect local jobs, including those in the timber and recreation industries, has been completed in the Androscoggin River headwaters, The Trust for Public Land and several partners announced today.

The last step... Read more

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