Trails

A Breakout Year for NWTA

2016 ANNUAL REPORT HIGHLIGHTS In 2016, Northwest Trail Alliance volunteers invested over 8,800 hours — valued at more than $222,500 — into trail systems across Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington. It’s amazing, the combined effort our mountain bike community puts into creating, enhancing, and protecting the trails we love to ride. Like the loam we build

Be a Trail Builder

AND FIND OUT WHY THEY’RE CALLED WORK PARTIES 2016 has been a highly productive year for NWTA trail work, with more than 7,100 on-trail volunteer hours invested in our riding destinations, our communities, our joy. We’re poised to up our game in 2017. Late last year we organized our trail work volunteers into Local Stewardship

Successful 2016 Stub Fest event!

Our 2nd annual Stub Fest event was a lot of fun for all that came to help celebrate the goodness that is Stub and give back some sweat equity.   This event capped the 2015-2016 trail build season at Stub Stewart State Park with about 100 participants who enjoyed free camping, BBQ and brews, and

Metro approves plan for trails at North Tualatin properties

Despite the recent objections of property owners near the North Tualatin property north of Forest Park, the Metro Council voted unanimously on Thursday to move forward with a plan that includes creating X miles of mountain bike trails on the land. “I’m so proud of our members for handling this process in an adult, professional