We restored access to 10,000 miles of national park trails! And we are on the trail to restore access to 10,000 miles more.
We reached our goal of restoring access to 10,000 miles of national parks trails. This was a 3-year project in the making through a $3 million donation to the National Park Foundation, and we thought the milestone deserved celebration — in the form of a remade classic song featuring Daveed Diggs.
We donated $3 million to the National Park Foundation to increase access to over 10,000 miles of national park trails. Because any day is made better by a hike through the forest or reaching a new peak. check out our impact coast to coast.
We helped restore Bridalveil Fall, one of the most striking landmarks in Yosemite Valley, by improving the visitor experience and helping to protect the natural resources of the area.
We helped improve 242 miles of the parks most visited trails.
We helped rehabilitate picturesque trails & helped preserve historical sites.
Our support improved 16 miles of backlogged trail projects along the Shut-In National Recreational Trail.
We helped restore access to more than 4,000 miles of trails at Mount Rainier National Park, the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, and Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve.
We supported invasive plant control and native plant restoration at Lunch Beach; enhancing the visitor experience at this popular site.
Improving trail infrastructure (signs, springs, camping sites and shelters) along 27 miles of the Guadalupe Ridge Trail and its access trails.
Revegetation and trail rerouting on heavily-worn trails, due to the popularity of “off-the-beaten-path” hiking opportunities.
We helped restore part of the Arizona National Scenic Trail, which winds through Grand Canyon National Park and stretches over 800 miles.
Our support enabled the installation, repair and/or construction of critical park transit infrastructure and popular hiking trails.
We helped repair 15 miles of degraded trails that serve as key access points to the Appalachian Trail.
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