Long-distance Trails

A long-distance trail is a longer recreational trail mainly through rural areas used for hiking, backpacking, cycling, horse riding or cross-country skiing. Typically, a long-distance route will be at least 30 miles long, but many run for several hundred miles, or longer.

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