National Forest System Trails (Feature Layer)

The Trails Layer is designed to provide information about National Forest System trail locations and characteristics to the public. When fully realized, it will describe trail locations, basic characteristics of the trail, and where and when various trail uses are prohibited, allowed and encouraged. Because the data readiness varies between Forests, each Forest will approve which level of attribute subset are published for that forest. Forests can provide no information or one of three attribute subsets describing trails. The attribute subsets include TrailNFS_Centerline which includes the location and trail name and number; TrailNFS_Basic which adds information about basic trail characteristics; and TrailNFS_Mgmt which adds information about where and when users are prohibited, allowed, and encouraged. When a Forest chooses to provide the highest attribute subset, TrailNFS_Mgmt, these attributes must be consistent with the Forest's published Motorized Vehicle Use Map (MVUM). Metadata for the individual Forest feature classes used to compile this feature class are available at Metadata

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Maintainer USFS AGOL Admin
Last Updated July 25, 2019, 11:31 (CDT)
Created July 25, 2019, 11:31 (CDT)
Issued 2017-03-27
Modified 2018-12-31
accessLevel public
metadata_type geospatial
publisher U.S. Forest Service
resource-type Dataset
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