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This feature class contains lines representing formal and informal trails as well as routes within and across National Park Units. This dataset uses a set of core attributes designed by the NPS enterprise geospatial committee.
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Spatial Reference: 102100
Spatial Reference: 102100
Title: National Park Service Public Trails
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Author: National Park Service
Comments: This feature class contains lines representing formal and informal trails as well as routes within and across National Park Units. This dataset uses a set of core attributes designed by the NPS enterprise geospatial committee.
Subject: National Park Service Public Trail Centerlines
Keywords: rail,Trails,Trailway,Trailways,Foot Bridges,Trail Bridges,Sidewalks,Routes,Boardwalks,FMSS,Facilities,GIS,Centerlines,Anchor Points,Trail Surface,Trail Class,Trail Use,Trail Type,Trail Use,Trail Features