Each member structure of the Metropolitan Trails Network works to implement or maintain a Metropolitan Trail, to improve the hospitality of its territory, to develop editorial productions, and to involve communities of inhabitants and experts in the life of the Trail.
The development of metropolitan hiking and the proliferation of approaches have led the players in this urban innovation to come together to set up a network and tools from which new project leaders, the public and the territories can benefit.
The network’s trails bring their audiences together and benefit from the network’s influence at the national and international levels.
Membership in the network is annual.
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Label usage regulations
“Sentiers Métropolitains” and “Metropolitan Trails” trademarks have been registered at the National Institute of Industrial Property (France) by the Metropolitan Trails Agency in order to allow members of the network to benefit from them. A set of rules defines the conditions of the label.
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The international charter, in 6 languages, written by the European Academy of Metropolitan Trails, is the basis for the MOOC, that allows trail designers to implement their project.
To be published soon
The charter, signed by fifteen creators of Metropolitan Trails, lays the foundations for a common practice. Created for the Mucem showcase, it was designed as a toolbox to accompany and inspire other trail creators.
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Legal basis and other texts
This document brings together the legal bases and other texts that define the regulatory framework and the tools for the legal implementation of the Metropolitan Trails label.
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For any further information concerning membership, the process of obtaining the label, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org