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The list of documents listed below is the sum total of all events and ideas that could be classified in this way. You can narrow the search by either searching on selected regions (see top right corner) or by adding a key word in the blank box next to the region, or you could to both. The more information you put in, the more limited the list of results. The project partners were all very busy over several years so their work is quite extensive, but please bear in mind that they all worked within the overall Coast Alive project as explained in the section "What is Coast Alive".

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  1. International Appalachian Trail

    Some of the participants at the AGM in Scotland in September 2013.
  2. Never too early

    Introduce walking at an early age
  3. Coast Alive in Angers

    We still see the famous Coast Alive buff
  4. Søderåsen, Sweden

    One of our happy band of supporters
  5. Coast Alive in the Himalayas

    Coast Alive buff in use.
  6. Buff in Sweden

    Mette is seeking rest and tranquility in the beautiful Swedish countryside. Here at Søderåsen, the buff came in very handy. Walking, a great way of seeing the real land scape.
  7. Now in the Himalayas

    Iben, from North Jutland, one of our Danish partners, brought 12 of our buffs to Nepal. Here is Cecilia modelling one at Poon Hill. The snowcapped Himalayas in the backgbround set off the colours in the buff rather well, we think
  8. The Coast Alive Buff in the Andes

    The Coast Alive 'Buff' quickly became very popular amongst walkers. So much so, that some got to travel quite far!
  9. International Appalachian Trail, new section opened

    The IAT from Slieve League in Donegal to Larne in Northern Ireland was opened at the end of August 2013. Cotton Joe an Appalachian Trail vet has already walked it. And then he did the Scottish leg all the way from Strandraer to Cape Wrath.
  10. International Appalachian Trail meeting

    The IAT met in BAlloch in Scotland in September 2013 for their Annual Meeting. It was a great session with lots of progress being reported on the path network.

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