Central Alberta Regional Trails Society

Connecting Communities . . .
Actively, Safely,
Enjoying the great outdoors

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  President's Reports  
           
2016
 
           
2015
           
2014
           
2012
           
2010
           
2009
           
2008
 

Red Deer River Valley & Tributaries Parks Plan

Red Deer County Open Spaces Master Plan

Mintlaw Bridge Preservation & Access Strategy Plan

Springbrook Red Deer Trail Plan
 Springbrook-RedDeer_Trails_Plan_Mar25_2015.pdf

Alberta Recreation Corridor Report

Rails Trails and Safe Communities
Rail Trails and Safe Communities (pdf)
Rails to Trails Conservancy (U.S.)


Rural Issues q&a
The Trans Canada Trail and Wild Rose Trail System: Rural Issues Questions and Answers
Alberta Community Development March 2000

Successful Rail Trails
Secrets of Successful Rail Trails (pdf)
Rails to Trails Conservancy (U.S.)


2 Trails
Report on Two Successful Rural Trails:
The Iron Horse Trail and the Western Irrigation District Canal Pathway

Alberta TrailNet January 2000



Rural Trails
 

New Rural Trail on the Horizon
(Debbie Olsen, Alberta TrailTracker Fall 2008)


Rails to Trails
 
Iron Horse Trail
 

Cycling the Kettle Valley Railway
Myra Canyon Trestle Restoration Society

Friends of the Mintlaw Trestle Facebook Group

Proposal for Red Deer-Mintlaw-Sylvan Lake ACR Linear Park
Forth Junction Heritage Society


www.ForthJunction.com/acr-mintlaw-trestle.htm

 


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2014
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2009   
    
2008

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