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The purpose of this manual from Naturally Accessible in New South Wales, Australia, is to provide a practical guide for land managers to document information about outdoor trails and present it in a useable way to their visitors.
The first section gives background and context – think of this as a crash course in disability awareness training – and sets the scene for why information provision is such a powerful way of improving access. The second part of the manual runs through key track features and barriers that people typically encounter on the track; for each, the manually outlines what information is critical to capture and why. There is also a short section at the end on how to present the collected data to visitors, right through to promoting the walk successfully.
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