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The Potential of Trails in Alaska

By | April 11, 2014 - 12:00 pm

Volunteers hand craft Kincaid singletrack. (Photo by Janice Tower/Singletrack Advocates.)

Volunteers hand craft Kincaid singletrack. (Photo by Janice Tower/Singletrack Advocates.)

With the snow melting back and the ground thawing out, Alaska’s trail builders will soon be back at work making the country more accessible. They’ll be out there with tools and crews, shaping paths for feet, paws and wheels. If you never heard of single tracks and pump tracks and especially if you have, you’ll learn what’s new in trails on the next Talk of Alaska.

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HOST: Steve HeimelAlaska Public Radio Network

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