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What a Difference a Mile Will Make

History has shown that achieving the best possible route for a National Scenic Trails can take decades of collaboration and effort to accomplish. The John Tursi trail, finished in 2016, will trade traffic for tread on Fidalgo Island.
Above: The new Tursi Trail on Fidalgo Island. Photo by: Dave Wenning @ What a Difference a Mile Will Make How the Finished Tursi Trail Perfects the PNT on Fida…

Volunteer Spotlight: Cabinet Back Country Horsemen work on the PNT in the Kootenai National Forest

The Cabinet Chapter of the Back Country Horsemen have been awarded a two year, $10,000 expense reimbursement grant from the Recreational Trails Program to perform work on the Midge Creek Trail, part of the Pacific Northwest Trail, on the Three Rivers Dist…
Cabinet chapter members and their stock packing in supplies. Photo by Cabinet Back Country Horsemen.  "The Three Rivers District of the Kootenai National Forest has been tr…