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Welcome to the Spring 2022 edition of the National Digital Trails newsletter. We have a lot of exciting news to share!
Since June 2021, the USGS has added or updated trails data from five state sources. The nationwide digital trails dataset is now up to 277,254 miles...
Learn about opportunities to get TRAILS training and more project information.
Learn about ParkServe® mapping platform that empowers users to plan and advocate for new local parks to help close the gap in park access. ParkServe®...
National Digital Trails (NDT) Project Highlights
We would like to hear your stories about TRAILS projects or using USGS trails data, or receive your special trail photos.
The National Digital Trails team uses self-service subscription list and online newsletter.
USGS will be releasing the Trail Data Portal in early 2022 for external user testing and feedback.
National Trails Day® (June 5, 2021) is an annual event sponsored by the American Hiking Society.
National Digital Trails (NDT) Project highlights for March – May, 2021
Learn how you can collaborate with the National Park Service to improve trail accessibility and signage.
Since the last newsletter, the USGS has added trails data from three states. The nationwide digital trails dataset is now up to 282,074 miles!