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Definition of an E-Path

An E-path is a long-distance path crossing a minimum of 3 European countries.

It is part of the network of long-distance paths declared by ERA and maintained by the member organisations.

Who can decide on a totally new E-path?

The General Meeting.

Who can decide on a new section of an E-path?

The member organisation must present the ideas to the E-path Working Group, who evaluates if the new section fits into the network of E-paths.

New sections must be approved by the Presidium and presented at the General Meeting and be mentioned in the protocol.

Who can decide on a change in an existing E-path?

The member organisation must present the ideas to the E-path Working Group, who decides if the change fits into the network of E-paths.

Bigger changes (e.g. more than 100 kilometers, changes of start- or endpoints) must be approved by the Presidium and presented at the Annual Conference.

Who coordinates the development of E-paths?

The E-path Working Group coordinates the promotion and issues guidelines for marking and signing.

Who are responsible for the marking and maintainance of an E-path?

ERA is not responsible for the marking and maintenance. The responsibility differs from country to country. In some countries Member Organisations are responsible. In other countries other organisations e.g. municipalities or tourist organisations are responsible. In some countries there are no responsible organisations.

Who has the knowledge of the route for the E-paths?

The member organisations.

There will be a central archive with most of the information at the E-path Working Group.

What are the tasks for the ERA secretariat?

Supporting the E-path Working Group with information e.g. archieve and new information.

Redirect questions and communications to the E-path Working Group.

 

The E-path Working Group refers to the Presidium. The Presidium should be informed of the progress and bigger changes by the chairman of the E-path Working Group at each Presidium Meeting.

The E-path Working Group establish their own procedures, hereby establish relevant subgroups, and processes within the given budget.