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National Union Catalog
  • Author : N.A
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 1978
  • Category: Union catalogs
  • Pages : N.A
  • ISBN Code: N.A

Summary: Includes entries for maps and atlases.



















Acadia Trails Treatment Plan: Cultural Landscape Report for the Historic Hiking Trail System of Acadia National Park
  • Author : Jim Vekasi
  • Publisher : Government Printing Office
  • Release Date :
  • Category: Travel
  • Pages : N.A
  • ISBN Code: 9780160885266

Summary: This report represents the second volume of the Cultural Landscape Report (CLR) for the Historic Hiking Trail System of Mount Desert Island. This volume focuses more specifically on the 103 marked, maintained trails within the park, which extend over 118 miles (See Appendix B). This report is the culmination of several years of research, analysis, field inventory, and documentation necessary to synthesize voluminous information about the island’s extensive trail system. The intended audience for this document includes individuals who are extremely familiar with Acadia’s trails and are involved in the planning process as well as those who may be unfamiliar with the trail system and/or trail construction in general but may be involved in future trail rehabilitation efforts. As a result, this document relies heavily on graphics to complement and enhance the narrative. Numerous photographs and sketches are included to clarify the text, illustrate historic and existing conditions, and provide examples of both acceptable and unacceptable usage of specific trail features.