A three-year project to restore 10,000 miles of U.S. national park trails is officially done.

The work was a collaboration between the National Park Foundation and food company Nature Valley (which donated $3 million for the project).

Crews removed invasive species, cleared corridors, repaired structures, built boardwalks, and managed other repair projects to provide better access to visitors.

The work involved trails across 19 parks in 16 states.

To access the complete list of national park locations with restored trails, please visit the website here.

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