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GPT Pilot Trail – Episode 16

The sixteenth in a series from Clay Bonnyman Evans on his thru hike of the GPT Pilot Trail in August of 2019. I will be doling out the episodes here, but if you absolutely can’t wait to read on, you … Continue reading

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Data Book: NOBO Bike

In writing the Data Books, biking presented several challenges. First, there are a few spots along the GPT Pilot Trail where bikes are not allowed – namely the trails at Scottsbluff National Monument, Wind Cave National Park, and anywhere in … Continue reading

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GPT Photo of the Week

Deep in Nebraska National Forest

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Partners on the GPT

  In the continuing series of posts from our recent newsletter, here is board member Luke (Strider) Jordan on how to maintain the long term health of the GPT: Building Partnerships The Great Plains Trail is new on the stage … Continue reading

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GPT photo of the Week

Board Members Luke Jordan and Kevin Purdy on the GPT in Nebraska National Forest.

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GPT Photo of the Week

Deep in the Nebraska National Forest.

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Reminder – Upcoming Event

  Oglala National Grassland and Great Plains Trail Alliance are hosting a casual hike of the new trail section at Toadstool Geologic Park. Here are the basics: What: A five mile loop hike beginning and ending at the Toadstool Campground. Join … Continue reading

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GPT Photos of the Week

We have some big news to share this week in the Photo of the Week. Great Plains Trail Alliance would like to announce that the very first section of brand new trail that has been created with the GPT in … Continue reading

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The Great Plains – It’s a National Treasure

The subject came up recently about how many sites of national significance the Great Plains Trail will pass through (in its currently envisioned state, which is subject to variations).  For the sake of this blog post, I will consider only … Continue reading

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