Summer Adventure Made Easy
May 19, 2016
Kick-start a Fun Summer on National Trails Day®
Golden, Colorado—Finding time to plan a unique weekend adventure is often the biggest barrier to enjoying a weekend in the great outdoors, but American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day makes it easy to kick-start a summer filled with adventures. On June 4, 2016, thousands of National Trails Day activities will take place all across the nation and all you have to do is pick your choice of adventure.
The perfect pre-planned National Trails Day adventure is incredibly simple to find. Go to NationalTrailsDay.AmericanHiking.org/ntd-events and find an event on the interactive map or search the database by the type of activity. National Trails Day activities include hikes, bike rides, trail runs, horseback rides, paddle trips, volunteer projects, and much more. In a matter of minutes anyone can find an event to fit their interests and most events are free to attend.
Hundreds of thousands of individuals, of all ages and walks of life, will seize the opportunity to get outside and participate in an outdoor adventure planned by local outdoor clubs, conservation organizations, and parks. Don’t be left on the couch this summer. Discover an adventure right in your own backyard.
To find a local event or discover what makes National Trails Day so special visit NationalTrailsDay.AmericanHiking.org/ntd-events.
National Trails Day imagery available at: http://nationaltrailsday.americanhiking.org/host-information/#promotional-imagery
American Hiking’s National Trails Day® is made possible by the generous support of Corporate Sponsors – Columbia, Hi-Tec, Eddie Bauer, Therm-A-Rest, Buff, Superfeet, Save The Redwoods League, and Federal Partners – National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, Federal Highway Administration, and U.S. Forest Service.
Founded in 1976, American Hiking Society is the only national, recreation-based nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and protecting America’s hiking trails, their surrounding natural areas and the hiking experience. To learn more about American Hiking Society and its mission and programs, visit AmericanHiking.org or call (301) 565-6704.