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2017 AMERICAN TRAILS INTERNATIONAL TRAILS SYMPOSIUM The Street View Trekker weighs


approximately 40 pounds and is the size of a large backpack. It’s approxi- mately four feet in height when set on the ground and, when worn, the cam- era system extends two feet above the operator’s shoulders. There are 15 lens- es at the top of the mast, each posted in a different direction.


“I’m delighted people all around the world will be able to experience the Dayton area’s trails,” Niekamp said. “It was a good partnership to get it done in a short time frame.”  - nificant undertaking to identify and gain permission from each trail seg- ment owner, coordinate logistics around closures or other challenges, and manage permissions and permits — all while hoping the weather would cooperate.”


The data captured by volunteers now is being processed before it’s added to Google Maps. This can take several months, but the hope is that it will be ready in time for the International Trails Symposium in Dayton in May 2017. Either way, Five Rivers MetroParks and its partners will be at the symposium to share advice with others looking to document their trails using the Google Street View Trekker. “We are happy to assist with get- ting volunteers and staff up to speed on tips and tricks from our experi- ence,” Anslinger said.


To learn more about the Five Rivers MetroParks trail system, visit www.metroparks.org/activity-finder.


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