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American Hiking Society

American Hiking Society is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting hiking and to establishing, protecting and maintaining foot trails in America.
ID Number : 1099
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Appalachian Trail Home Page

The Appalachian Trail is a continuous marked footpath that goes from Katahdin in Maine to Springer Mountain in Georgia.
ID Number : 1100
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Capital Crescent Trail (CCT)

The Capital Crescent Trail (CCT) is a great rail trail though the Northwest D.C. Area. On weekends, it is a very popular spot for local cyclists and rollerbladers. During weekdays, bike commuters use the CCT to travel between Downtown DC and the Northwest Suburbs ...READ MORE
ID Number : 7109
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Capital Hiking Club

The Capital Hiking Club celebrates 65 years of hiking as a non-profit group, and the public is invited to join on all trips. Make reservations with the volunteer hike leaders during the week before the hike. Please call before 9:30 pm.
ID Number : 1101
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Fairfax Trails And Streams

In heavily-developed Fairfax County, stream valleys are our last opportunity to create a long network of interconnected off-road trails. Yet such trails, where they exist at all, are fragmented and disconnected. Fairfax Trails and Streams (FTAS), a grassroots trail and environmental advocacy group, aims to create this network, and help protect the watershed. Our primary projects are the Pimmit Run Trail in McLean and the Fairfax Cross-County Trail.
ID Number : 4300
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Hiking Old Rag Mountain

A guide to the best hike on the east coast Old Rag Mountain in the Shenandoah national Park.
ID Number : 2543
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Potomac Appalachian Trail Club

A volunteer trails organization headquartered in the Washington, D.C. region. The club has a membership of 5,700. The main purpose of the PATC involves upkeepand improvement of 970 miles of hiking trails, 30 shelters, and 23 cabins in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia.
ID Number : 1106
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Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program

In 1996, the National Park Service assigned staff in the Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program (RTCA) to explore in use of the designation and to assist local governments, citizen groups, state agencies and other federal agencies interested in developing trails and related resources.
ID Number : 8233
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The Backpacker

Look no further, the ultimate backpacking page is here. Check out the product reviews, pictures, trail advice, links, and open forums.
ID Number : 2731
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Explore the trails of Montgomery County. Virtually hikethrough Billygoat and Sugarloaf Mountain's trails. The images and narration by Rupert Chapelle and the DC Pages gang are splendid. This site is a must see.
ID Number : 1107
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Wanderbirds Hiking Club

Founded in 1934, the Wanderbirds Hiking Club is a non-profit, all volunteer club that organizes day hikes every Sunday, year round, for energetic folks in the Washington, DC area. For more information about the Wanderbirds Hiking Club, call (301) 460-3064
ID Number : 2583
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Washington & Old Dominion Trail

The Washington & Old Dominion Trail (W&OD or "Wad") is a great rail trail through the Northern Virginia counties. The entire 45 miles is paved with nine foot wide asphalt and has a painted yellow center line...READ MORE
ID Number : 7110
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