All Other links Path

[ links to other sites we have found, or which have been recommended ]

The links listed here may or may not have anything to do with trail work, but are items which may be of use or interest to you. We have no vested interest in any of these sites; they are either outdoor activity sites, sites of friends, or other outdoor 'techie' sites we have found interesting. Some of them are commercial ventures, some are not. Their content, opinions and offerings are theirs and theirs alone.

If you have any suggestions for a link, please let us know by emailing the link to us with your suggestion/comments about it.

Last updated: 3/6/2022 -- Please let us know if you find any of these links to be inoperative or changed.

New York / New Jersey Trail Conference This is the organization we belong to, and are most active in. For over 100 years, they have been the main resource for the construction, maintenance and advocacy for trails and wild lands in the region.
Grand Canyon - October 2002 In October, we participated in a pair of "Canyon Natural History" classes presented by the Grand Canyon Field Institute. The classes each took the form of a 6-day backpack down into the canyon with an instructor. These are the photos we have accumulated from the various participants on our trip. Enjoy!

Great Outdoor Recreation Pages

GORP is a great resource for outdoor recreation information, opinions, action alerts, etc. They are associated with Outdoor Magazine and some other commercial stuff, and this is not an endorsement of anything they are selling.

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary is a 2,400-acre natural area straddling the Kittatinny Ridge in eastern Pennsylvania. The Sanctuary has become an international center for conservation, education, and research about raptors.

Highlands Coalition The Central Appalachian Highlands stretch from Pennsylvania to Connecticut. In our area, they include such areas as the Ramapo Mountains, Hudson Highlands, Schunemunk Mountain and Black Rock Forest. They are the last best refuge for wildlife as well as for people who want to “get away from it all”, and they are the irreplaceable source of much of our drinking water.

National Park Service

Start here for all the info the NPS has on line.  There's a great deal on some fronts, and painfully little on others.

SOLO Wilderness First Aid

EVERYBODY who goes into the woods should get themselves to a SOLO WFA class.  What you know could make a life-and-death difference -- and the life you save could be your own!

Trail Services

(Lester Kenway)

In every activity there are those who really know what they are doing. If you need expert advice or guidance, or if you need top-notch crew gear, Lester is as good as it gets!

Views from the Top:

( Northeast Trails Conditions)

A newsgroup style posting of first-hand trail condition reports for the Northeast. 

The Last Place

Here is the ultimate link for getting away!

    Please Note: The opinions, positions and viewpoints expressed at or by any of these linked sites are entirely those of the respective authors, and do not necessarily represent the views of the anybody at Trails To Build.

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