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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. Tree planting in Qanasiassat, Greenland

    It was decided to do a small project in paralell with Coast Alive, namely to contribute 5% of our travel budgets to finance a treeplanting initiative in Southern Greenland.
    Tree planting area, Greenland
    The area dedicated to planting
    Anne together with Henrik and Anders
    Aqqalooraq flanked by Henrik and Anders
  7. MAKE A NEW OUTDOOR FRIEND – KICK-OFF ACTIVITY DAY - Haugalandet

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Rogaland County Council, with local partners in Norway. It was aimed at encouraging local people to walk or cycle ride in their local neighbourhood and encouraging them to invite their friends and acquaintances to join in.
    Waterside activity - Haugalandet
    Hiking with the dog
    Hiking with the dog
    Kids fun
    Kids fun
    Newspaper coverage
    Newspaper coverage
    Outdoor cooking in style
    Outdoor cooking in style
    Catching lunch
    Catching lunch
    Young logging expert
    Young logging expert
    Moving images
    Moving images
  8. MAKE A NEW “OUTDOOR” FRIEND PROMOTIONAL MATERIAL

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Rogaland County Council as a lead into initiatives with other local partners in Norway. A promotional product was developed for use as a ‘give-away’ or prize at events that Coast Alive partners might wish to run, being useful for motivating participation.
    Multifunction 'head-necker' in use
  9. Test - multimediasamling

  10. From Ice Age to Ice Age

    The trail is about 5 km long and starts nearby Berg-Kragerø museum. Walking its entire length will take about 2 ½ hours. Snacks, cool drinks and coffee can be purchased before or after in the new museum building. And the museum itself is also well worth a visit.

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