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The image above shows an example of what a project might look like. There are a series of existing trails shown by black dashed lines on a topographic basemap. Protected Lands of the US are highlighted by color. Within the Area of Interest, denoted by a red polygon, proposed connector routes have been generated between existing trails and are ranked according to terrain constraint by color: red, yellow, and green.