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USDA Forest Service_Equestrian Design Guidebook for Trails, Trail Heads, And Campgrounds

USDA Forest Service_Equestrian Design Guidebook for Trails, Trail Heads, And Campgrounds

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In cooperationwithUnited StatesDepartment ofTransportationFederal HighwayAdministration
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United StatesDepartment ofAgricultureForest ServiceTechnology &DevelopmentProgram2300 Recreation
 
December 20070723–2816–MTDC
 
Equestrian Design Guidebook
Equestrian Design Guidebook
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Trails, Trailheads,
Trails, Trailheads,
and Campgrounds
and Campgrounds
 
 
Hancock, Jan; Vander Hoek, Kim Jones; Bradshaw, Sunni; Coffman, James D.;Engelmann, Jeffrey. 2007. Equestrian design guidebook for trails, trailheads, andcampgrounds. Tech Rep. 0723–2816–MTDC. Missoula, MT: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Missoula Technology and Development Center. 312 p.This guidebook provides information for developing trails, trailheads, andcampgrounds that are sensitive to the needs of riders and their animals. The emphasisis on highly developed facilities and programs such as those in urban, rural, and somewildland areas. The information presented can be adapted for a variety of settingsand levels of development, as well as jurisdictional requirements. Chapters include:Understanding Horses and MulesPlanning Trail SystemsDesigning Horse TrailsDesigning Trail ElementsDesigning Trail Crossings and StructuresChoosing Horse-Friendly Surface MaterialsPlanning Recreation SitesDesigning Roads and Parking AreasDesigning Camp and Picnic UnitsSecuring Horses and MulesDesigning for Riders With DisabilitiesProviding Signs and Public InformationReducing Environmental and Health ConcernsConsidering Liability IssuesWorking With Funders and VolunteersLearning From Others
Keywords:
Accessibility, arenas, bridges, bridle paths, campgrounds, corrals, equines,Equidae, facilities, Federal Highway Administration, fences, fencing, fords, gates,highlines, hitch rails, horse camps, horse riders, horses, latches, master plans,mules, multiple use, packstock, parks, parking areas, picket lines, planning,recreation, recreational facilities, round pens, shared use, surface treatments,staging areas, tethering rails
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Jan Hancock
Hancock Resources LLC 
Kim Jones Vander Hoek
Forest Service, Tonto National Forest 
Sunni Bradshaw
Forest Service, Missoula Technology and Development Center 
James D. Coffman
Coffman Studios 
Jeffrey Engelmann
J2 Engineering and Environmental Design 
USDA Forest ServiceTechnology and Development ProgramMissoula, MT4E42A87—RTP Equestrian Trail Design GuideDecember 2007
Equestrian Design Guidebook
Equestrian Design Guidebook
for Trails, Trailheads,
for Trails, Trailheads,
and Campgrounds
and Campgrounds

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