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Trail triage? Tough choices ahead as forest service weighs 1,600 miles in trail plan

For the past year, the National Forest Service has been taking inventory, collecting public input and meeting with outdoor interest groups to wrangle its expansive web of nearly 1,600 miles of trail in the Nantahala and Pisgah national forests into a better, more sustainable network. This month, the forest service will share its preliminary assessment from the “Trail Strategy Initiative” with mountain residents. Read the Smoky Mountain News Article

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