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Hikers Report Positive Experience on Trails


Earlier this month, the Multi-Use Trails Coalition released the findings of its late winter trail use survey. The survey polled some 370 trail users at various trail heads between February and April; the results were formally introduced at the May meeting of the recently formed Multi-Jurisdictional Task Force. According to the coalition’s findings, a vast majority of users reported incident-free trail use, while only 1.4% thought bike restrictions would have improved their experience.

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