4 edition of economic impacts and uses of long-distance trails found in the catalog.
economic impacts and uses of long-distance trails
Roger L. Moore
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service in [Washington, D.C.]
|Other titles||Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail, Featuring a case study of the Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail|
|Statement||by Roger L. Moore, and Kelly Barthlow|
|Contributions||Barthlow, Kelly, United States. National Park Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||130|
The main trail is about miles, with an additional miles of spurs and side trails. Panoramic views of lush valleys and rugged mountains abound from its countless peaks. Road crossings are few and far between. And unlike some other long-distance hiking trails, the Long Trail remains a true footpath – no bikers or horseback riders here. What were the effects of long distance trade on the people of East Africa? What were the effects of long distance trade on the people of East Africa? Answers. 1. Led to colonisation of East Africa 2. Intermarriage between Kenyan communities 3. Cultural interaction e.g. dance and language 4. Led to development of money economy.
Rail Trail Studies There are many rail trails currently in use or in planning stages across the US. Below is a list of some of the studies and related materials which may be useful in understanding the issues and how other rail trail efforts have addressed these issues. From the Appalachian in the United States to the great Himalayan in Nepal, these are 10 of the best long-distance trails for hikers in the world.
Trail towns are important to long distance hikers for the services they provide. Nearly every hiker that attempts more than a few miles will spend some money in a trail town. This makes hikers an important economic element to the trail town. Helping communities see the economic impact that you have when you visit a town as a hiker is the first way to help that community see you as a valuable. It uses existing trails, many of which are trekking, trade, or pilgrimage routes, but no new trails have been built. Starting near Kanchenjunga in the east and ending in Humla in the west, the Nepal section has been walked and documented and is about 1, kilometres ( mi).
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Back to library Link to study How to cite this study. Moore, R. L., and K. Barthlow. The economic impacts and uses of long-distance ed for U.S. Department of Interior National Park Service. Get this from a library. The economic impacts and uses of long-distance trails: featuring a case study of the Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail.
[Roger L. THE ECONOMIC IMPACTS AND USES OF LONG-DISTANCE TRAILS. This report investigates use patterns and economic impacts of long-distance trails. The project goals were: to review existing literature related to the economic impacts of trails and trail use; to adapt existing research methods for use in documenting the use patterns and resulting economic impacts of long-distance trails, and; to apply Cited by: 5.
This resource book aims to encourage local professionals and citizens to use economic concepts as part of their effort to protect and promote greenways; provide examples of how greenways and parks have benefited local and regional economies, and demonstrate how to determine the potential economic impacts of river, trail, and greenway projects.
3 Barthlow, Kelly, Moore, Roger, The Economic Impacts and Uses of Long-Distance Trails, The National Park Service,p 4 English, Donald, et al., Regional Demand and Supply Projection for Outdoor Recreation, USDA Forest Service.
Impacts were broken down into usersÃ expenditures related to trail visits. Yes Moore, Barthlow () The Economic Impacts and Uses of Long-distance Trails Trail Investigates use patterns and economic impacts of long distance trails.
Case study of Overmountain Victory National Historical Trail. Vol 2: ECONOMIC IMPACT WMTH Corporation Long Distance Page 3 PROPOSED LONG DISTANCE TRAILS Tom Johnson, volunteer coordinator for the GET Initiative, led the discussion at the Summit In June ofa Great Eastern Trail Summit was held at Breaks Interstate Park.
Economic Impacts of Protecting Rivers, Trails and Greenways National Park Service, The Economic Impacts and Uses of Long-Distance Trails National Park Service, Flink, Charles A. Greenways: A Guide to Planning, Design, and Development Island Press.
ISBN: The Economic Impacts and Uses of Long-Distance Trails Featuring a Case Study of the Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail March By Roger L. Moore, Ph.D., and Kelly Barthlow Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management North Carolina State University Raleigh, N.C. Prepared for United States Department of the Interior.
National Park Service, Rivers Trails and Conservation Assistance. Economic Impacts of Protecting Rivers, Trails and Greenway Corridors. Washington, DC: Author.
National Park Service, U.S. Department of Interior. The Economic Impacts and Uses of long-Distance Trails: A Case Study of the Overmountain Victory National Historic.
Report investigates use patterns and economic impacts of long-distance trails. The project goals were to review the existing literature related to the economic impacts of trails and trail use; to adapt existing research methods for use in documenting the use patterns and resulting economic impacts of long-distance trails, and to apply those methods to one of these trails, the Overmountain Cited by: 4.
The Economic Impacts and Uses of Long-Distance Trails, National Park Service, Flink, Charles A. Greenways: A Guide to Planning, Design, and Development. Island Press. ISBN: Frandsen, Joel A. Forest Trails and Tales; A Behind the Scene Account of a Career in the U.S. Forest. SunRise Publishing, ISBN: 1.
Economic Impacts of Trails Webinar (Windows Media File 44 mb) from Florida Office of Greenways & Trails The National Park Service Resource Book on Economic Values of Greenways, Trails, and River Protection Going long: nurturing the long-distance trails movement Tourism benefits encourage linking trails in Florida along East Coast Greenway.
The economic and social value of walking in England Summary This report examines the economic and social value of walking in the English countryside. The key findings from this report are that: • The walking resource in the English countryside includes o Overkm of rights of way.
o O km of long distance pathsFile Size: KB. See also. National Trails System; National Millennium Trail project – 16 long-distance trails selected in as visionary trails that reflect defining aspects America's history and culture; Triple Crown of Hiking - term for completing the three major trails (Pacific Crest, Appalachian, Continental Divide); List of long-distance footpaths; State wildlife trails (United States).
A long-distance trail (or long-distance footpath, track, way, greenway) is a longer recreational trail mainly through rural areas used for hiking, backpacking, cycling, horse riding or cross-country skiing.
They exist on all continents except Antarctica. Many trails are marked on maps. Typically, a long-distance route will be at least 50 km (30 mi) long, but many run for several hundred miles. Understanding Local Perceptions of Management and Values of Long Distance Trails By: Julie Judkins Dr. Elizabeth Shapiro-Garza Ap Masters project submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Duke Environmental Leadership Masters of Environmental Management In the Nicholas School of the Environment.
The economic impacts and uses of long-distance trails: Featuring a case study of the Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail Moore, R. L., & Barthlow, K.
Washington, DC: U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program. Economic and social yield of investing in hiking tourism: the case of Berguedà, Spain Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing July with Reads. The economic impacts and uses of long-distance trails: featuring a case study of the Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail / ([Washington, D.C.]: U.S.
Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, ), by Roger L. Moore, Kelly Barthlow, and United States National Park. Forest Canoe Trail, at miles, is one of the longest trails, drawing comparisons to long distance hiking trails.
Along the East Coast an active paddling community has established extensive water trails through the many coastal wetlands and estuaries. What is water trail? Water trails, paddle trails, canoe trails, blueways - these.Devon cycling and walking trails Economic impact analysis for Devon County Council 6 Dozens of ACCs have been positioned along the trails but unfortunately few provide the complete and continuous data needed to show change over time, and data from these ACCs have been omitted from our analysis.Books for Walkers.
Here you'll find a list of walking-related books. This includes books reviewed in recent Striders as well as background on navigation, first aid, hillwalking and other topics of interest to long distance walkers and peakbaggers.
For books on specific UK trails please see the appropriate Long Distance Path Page. To search for a publication go to Search for Publication.