The National Trails Day commences on first Saturday of June every year. The trekking associations around the globe conduct events on this day to promote the awareness of trekking and its benefits on this day. The National Trails Day encourages people to indulge in trails and experience outdoor adventure. Each year millions of people undergo trails and hike new paths with the love for nature. The trails day unveils such unexplored areas of nature and your soul gets a refreshment getting into great outdoors. It is a proven fact that it acts as a non-clinical aid for depression and increases your well being. Trails are just above hiking which gives access to waterways for canoeing, paddle trips, bird watching and any of your favorite activities. Geocaching, land navigation and biking are also parts of the National Trails Day.
“Travelling the road will tell you more about the road than the google will tell you about the road.” – Amit Kalantri
History of National Trails Day
The National Trials day was created by the American trekking organization to bring together all the hiking sports enthusiast together and raise awareness about the goodness of trailing and hiking. Thousands of events are conducted on this National Trails Day to bring out new hikers and help them conducts trails on their own. More than 200,000 miles of trails are open for everyone in America alone, and it is the combined efforts of the enthusiasts to keep them active for the people to enjoy.
It may be hiking, trailing, horse riding, or any activity that relates the day, Trails Day is the perfect opportunity for you to get into the trails. Trails can vary from under a mile to any length that is up to the hikers or the more volute who conducts the hike. Many trail organizations join together to make this day bigger and to gain more hikers to the associations in the forthcoming days.
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How to Celebrate National Trails Day
Step into your shoes and start trailing. There are plenty of places around you to be explored. If you are an enthusiast and wish to head a team, develop a detailed agenda containing all the details of the trail. Organize activities that involve everyone in the trail, share your knowledge and experience in previous trails. Also, the National Trails Day is a good opportunity to thank the volunteers, land agencies, trip advisors, trail developers, park employees, rangers for their help in developing and maintaining the trails. Adventures are meant to be shared. The National trails day gives you the opportunity to meet new people in your locals and have fun as well as a learning experience. Share your views, experiences, and most important pictures of the National Trails Day on social media using the hashtag #NationalTrailsDay.