What is the American Discovery Trail?
The American Discovery Trail (ADT) is a cross country trail composed of many other existing trails and some unique connector routes between them. The trail is already contiguous across the continent, but the goal is to create a completely off road trail, that is still a work in progress. The ADT is different from trails like the Appalachian or Pacific Crest in that it is not a wilderness trail, it passes through cities, towns, farmland and wild areas.
Who operates the ADT?
The ADT is run by the American Discovery Trail Society (ADTS), a 501(c)3 non profit organization. The society is managed by a board of directors, all volunteers, and one paid part time employee – the administrator. Each state that the trail passes through has a state coordinator. There are of course many other helpful volunteers.
American Discovery Trail
PO Box 1514
Front Royal, VA 22630-0032
Phone – (800)-663-2387
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I help or support the ADTS ?
The core of the society is its members, an organization is nothing without members! There are several levels of membership available – all the details are on the Membership page. Businesses or other organizations can become partners with the society (also known as sponsors), see the Business Partners page. Other trail organizations can become affiliated with the ADT, for information on that program please send an email to email@example.com. And of course donations are always appreciated, see the Donations page.
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