Young volunteers aged between 18 and 26, working in a work summer camp during the month of July 2014 in Alcorisa, in the Teruel province (Spain), have renovated 4 tracks in order to make them accessible for disabled people. This working camp, financed by the Youth Institute of the Region of Aragon (Instituto Aragonés de la Juventud),is organized by Atadi, an organisation that takes care of intellectually disabled people.
Their job consisted in posting signs on the tracks to facilitate the orientation and the access for disabled people. Besides, these routes cross historical and cultural points of interest, such as the archeological site of La Guardia. The volunteers, helped by other organizations, edited 400 leaflets to promote the 34 kilometers of tracks.
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