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  1. Structure of Walking Paths Zeeland (NL)

    The Province of Zeeland, the Stichting Landschapsbeheer Zeeland (foudation for landscape management) and the Route Bureau Zeeland are developing a network of walking routes in Zeeland. It will be an opportunity for all kinds of people to go out and see, learn and experience more of the historical elements and landscape of this countryside. So, while walking they enjoy the fresh air, watch the birds in the sky and learn about the cultural heritage at the same time. Moreover, this situation has great social effects. Local people are more involved in the management, get enthousiastic and take people out to discover their own region and history.
  2. The impact of recreational use on heritage areas in Rogaland, Norway - a framework

    We have developed a simple framework for mapping the impact of recreational use on heritage areas through a four-step process that will assist in developing appropriate management of our natural and cultural heritage areas.
    Åkrasanden. Photo: Rogaland County Council.
    Åkrasanden. Example of the effect of a facilitated path on the use/impact relationship. Photo: Rogaland County Council.
    Åkrasanden on a beautiful summer's day.
  3. Best practice: The Annual Norwegian Walking Festival

    The Annual Norwegian Walking Festival is a successful example of public private partnership working together to capitalise on the special qualities of the region of Nordmore to promote public health, encourage local economy and establish sustainable tourism as a philosophy.
    Walking on water
    Girl walking across the brook
  4. The active living Project (GALM-SCALA)

    The active living project (GALM-SCALA) is a project for people from 55-65 years who haven't undertaken sports (much) for a long time. It is used in order to change behaviour from an inactive to an active lifestyle. The program takes 1,5 year and contains 5 steps
  5. Vistehola Rogaland - the relationship between cultural heritage conservation, recreational use and universal design

    How do we conserve our cultural heritage sites while also making them accessible to the public? As visitor numbers increase, the need to implement effective management routines, and innovative solutions also increases. We believe our experiences from Vistehola, one of Norway's most well known and best preserved stone age dwellings, may provide guidelines and inspiration for similar projects elsewhere.
    During construction. Photo: Flemming Krøger, Rogaland County Council
    Just after construction. Photo: Svein Dørheim, D.Sign.
    Seven months after construction. It is expected that after another growing season, the path will be fully covered by grass.
  6. Care and Green

    Nature and landscape have a positive influence on the health and wellbeing of people. There is a continuous demand for nature locations at which people can ask their questions about care. The Province of Zeeland initiated the union of Zorg and Groen (Care and Green).
  7. Avalanche alert!

    Coast Alive! has part funded a new and exciting initiative to create a web based avalanche alert service initially in the region of More and Romsdal.
    Avalanche alert tracking
  8. Cycling – activity and integration

    The activity of cycling has many aspects, and a project performed in the municipality of Haegebostad in Vest-Agder County took some of this into consideration, trying to make a better life for refugees who have settled permanently.
  9. Naturlos, a norwegian naturguideconcept.

    A brochure packed with walks where guides tells you about nature, culture - or both. This is it, and it is all for free. The "Naturlos" concept is an absolute success.
    Naturlos in Lyngdal
    Naturlos Markøy
    Naturlos Markøy.
  10. Pearls in the North Sea Trail – End of Story?

    The project ”Pearls in the North Sea Trail” was formally closed at the end of 2010. It was funded under the ”Value Creation Programme” from the Directorate for Cultural Heritage, running form 2006 – 2010 with the objective of develop new innovative projects related to cultural heritage. So what came out of it all? The overall lesson learned is that he successful projects has taken local traditions and local cultural heritage as their point of departure. By transforming these through art and make these available trough signed and guided tours new products are created that is interesting both to the local population and tourists.

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