The role of trails in the creation of tourist space

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MacLeod, Nicola;
(2017)

Trails and routes are increasingly ubiquitous features within the tourism landscape and although their role and usefulness as applied tourism products has been analysed, they remain under-theorised within the academic literature. This article addresses this gap by explo... View more
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