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[nct-l] trail construction
I am a trail maintainer and crew leader as well as a staff member at Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado. Our organization puts out a manual on leading trail crews and the basics of trail construction. It is widely used here in Colorado by the Colorado Trail Foundation, Continental Divide Trail Association, and the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative. For for information or to order the manual you can go to the web site www.voc.org or feel free to contact me personally at: (303) 715-1010 or email@example.com
"Cross Country" AT '99
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado Staff
> I found that the AT trail-building guide is the best available. While
> directed in particular at the AT, it is widely applicable. The AMC one is
> also pretty good.
> I also read a guide put out by an English trail group. It was interesting
> to read long passages on how to get through peat bogs.
> >From: "Paul \"Siler\" Haan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >Reply-To: email@example.com
> >To: Great Lakes Hikes <firstname.lastname@example.org>, NCT Mailing List
> >Subject: [nct-l] trail construction
> >Date: Wed, 4 Jul 2001 19:41:16 -0400
> >I need some help from my fellow hikers and trail builders.
> >I'm looking for some information, either on the internet or print, about
> >trail construction and maintenance. I've spent some time searching (via
> >google), and haven't found anything inspiring.
> >Does anyone have some good links on trail construction? And what are your
> >favorite print materials? Any ideas on good sources for infomration or
> >I may possibly be compiling the results of what I find on either my
> >personal or the WMI-NCTA website. If and when I do, I will let you all
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