The life of a trail exceeds its line. It cannot be reduced to its route: it is made up of the living communities along its way.
On your walks, as you designed your trails, and during your scouting missions, you brought walkers with you and met locals. You shared your walking experiences with friends and family. Clearly, you are not in this alone.
How can you bring a trail to life? How can you create the conditions for a shared trail? How can you share your scouting missions? How can you gain a loyal following? How do you keep the conversation going?
This lesson offers keys to fostering a “local learning community”: a group of fellow walkers who develop a shared local culture.
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