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How the Gilded Age Turned Cowboys Into ‘Adventure Heroes’
It is rare to find cowboys on the silver screen who spend much time performing the humdrum labor—herding cattle—that gave their profession its name.
Rock the River, tip your bartender, support Cowboy Santas
Series of free weekly concerts completes its run at Panther Island on Aug. 13. Cowboy Santas will be one of three organizations providing celebrity bartenders who work for tips during the final event.
This 10 Mile Trail Takes You Through Oklahoma's Forests, Grasslands, And Wetlands
Every step you take will lead you somewhere magical.
10 Ways to Celebrate the Schuylkill River Trail's Designation as Best Urban Trail
The Schuylkill River Trail came in first place in USA Today's 10 Best Reader's Choice Awards, beating out 20 other trails from around th...
How Did The Red Line Get Under The Chicago River?
It was "the only time an engineering project of this magnitude and complexity has been done in Chicago.”
What trails are still closed in the Columbia River Gorge?
Many hiking trails and waterfalls in the Columbia Gorge remain closed due to the Eagle Creek fire.
How to get into the River Place Nature Trail for free
There is some good news for hikers in Austin this week.
A timeline of 10 exciting Schuylkill River Trail projects
There are a lot of changes coming to the Schuylkill River Trail. Here are 10 projects currently under construction or proposed for the trail in the coming years.
Yee-haw, cowboy. It’s rodeo week. Your guide to the Snake River Stampede
NAMPA — For the 104th time, the Treasure Valley will be the center of the rodeo world when the Snake River Stampede returns Tuesday-Saturday at the Ford Idaho Center in
How to Paddle the Lower Columbia River Water Trail
It’s hard to imagine the marine prowess Native American tribes wielded along the mighty Columbia River, undeniably the most epic river in the Pacific Northwest. The wild, unknown waters — then untethered by dams — carved a path through mountains and plains, and connected thousands of miles of people, trade goods and food between British Columbia and the Oregon Coast.
Ridge to Rivers Explores How to Make Foothills Trails More Accessible
Trek this river park trail and learn some history along the way
A short course in science and history supplements scenery along this trail.
Arlington's River Legacy Parks Hike and Bike Trail Extension Soon Under Way
Construction of Arlington’s portion of the hike and bike trail linking Dallas to Fort Worth along the Trinity River will soon be under way. The $1.3 million, half-mile trail connection, expected to be complete by mid-September, will fill in one of the gaps in what will eventually become a 60-mile-long trail…
Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program (U.S. National Park Service)
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Tree-Trimming Project Scheduled Oct. 10-21 Along Fox River Trail in Dundee
The Forest Preserve District of Kane County is alerting users of the Fox River Trail in Dundee to an upcoming tree-trimming project that may briefly delay users of the popular trail. Beginning Oct.…
Learn About Schuylkill River Trail Watch This Thursday
There will be a Schuylkill River Trail Watch meeting on Thursday at 6:00 to 7:30pm at Lloyd Hall to discuss the future of a watch group that patrols the Schuylkill River Trail in Philadelphia. The idea for a watch meeting came about after four teens were arrested after allegedly assaulting someone near the trail last …
Celebrate 10 years of building trails with live music and BBQ at the American River TrailFest
In 2004, the American River Conservancy was in the midst of completing its largest land acquisition project to date – the 1,400 acre Cronan Ranch. Part of a larger vision to build a trail from Colo…
A river trail, sports complex and free bus rides. How Sacramento may spend its budget surplus...
May 30– May 30–Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg laid out a proposal Thursday to spend $16 million of the city’s $51 million surplus for the fiscal year that starts July 1. The city has a rare $51 million surplus because of the Measure U sales tax increase that voters approved
There’s Now a Work-Free Way You Can Help Restore Columbia River Gorge Trails
In an effort to fund restoration work, a local organization, Oregon’s Kitchen Table, has set up a crowdfunding campaign called “Be There for the Gorge.”