Downhill Skiing

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As a school department is there any way we can get some complimentary park guides to give students ideas on where to go for adventure?
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8 years ago
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a_dansie
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Use the contact info on this page. American Park Network (this organization) publishes the "green guides" that the parks hand out. They will send them to you free.
8 years ago
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Cooper
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On the bottom of every page on OhRanger.com there is a square box that offers a link to ordering guides.  The guides are not 100% free, but they are offered for less than $1/piece to cover handling.

If you want to find out where the guides are locally, you can send an email to distribution@americanparknetwork.com


Here's the link just in case:

http://www.altrec.com/american-park-network/national-park-guide-set/?american=1&market=1&cm_mmc_o=4z...

8 years ago
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Ask_Alex

Loves traveling with his dog and finding adventure off the beaten path.  Happy to help with all kinds of questions - particularly about Maine and New York State.
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