Today was an exciting day for the Trail Finder. Not only have we moved the site to a new domain (trailfinder.info), but we also released a brand new design! Check it out:
Local graphic designer, Ann Kiley, deserves mucho credit for volunteering her artistic services. She helped us pick new colors and revise the layout to make the site easier to use.
The move to a new, independent domain name comes after a year-long effort to expand the Trail Finder’s geographic scope. By collaborating with three other trail organizations, we now have a site that’s quickly becoming a statewide resource. Today, trail data from one of those collaborators, the Upper Valley Trails Alliance, went live to the site. In the coming weeks, we’ll also be rolling out data provided by the Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission and the Rutland Area Physical Activity Coalition.
The new Trail Finder website is currently in “beta”, which you can preview here (the original Trail Finder can still be accessed here). We have several more exciting features that will be coming soon, so please stay tuned.
Your feedback is important! Please share your thoughts about the new site by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now, go find trails and make plans for National Trails Day!
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