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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 Presidium who decides if the section fits into the network of E-paths.

New sections will be presented at the Annual Conference and be mentioned in the protocol from the General Meeting.

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

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

Bigger changes will be presented at the Annual Conference.

Who coordinates the development of E-paths?

The Presidium. This question will be an important part of the regional meetings.

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

The member organisations.

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

The member organisations.

But there will be an archive with most of the information at the ERA secretariat.

A central archive?

There will be a digital archive with all the information - at the ERA secretariat.

What are the tasks for the ERA secretariat – regarding the E-paths?

Actively collecting and archiving digital information about existing and coming E-paths.Answering questions from walkers or forwarding the questions to the member organisations.