TSI Trail School: Fundamentals @ Stub Stewart State Park – 12/10
December 10 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
NWTA’s Trail Sustainability Institute will be hosting Trail School: Fundamentals at Stub Stewart State Park.
Trail School teaches the fundamental skills needed to maintain our trails. Participants will be learning safety techniques and tool identification/uses, as well as hands-on training of corridor clearing, drainage, tread repair and benchwork.
Northwest Trail Alliance’s Trail Sustainability Institute’s goal is to foster a culture of land stewardship within the mountain bike community. By training people to build sustainable trails, and by training people to lead crews of trail builders, we are raising the level of our own stewardship, and increasing our capacity to build and maintain quality trails.
Once registered, please sign the waiver HERE
What to wear:
– Work clothes: Light long sleeve shirt, Long Pants (no shorts), Boots, Gloves, Eye Protection & Gloves
– Jacket (be prepared)
– Hard hat or bike helmet (mandatory)
What to Bring:
A $5 day use parking pass is required, and can be purchased at the Hilltop Day Use Parking Lot where we are meeting (on the far end). We will be carpooling from there.
START time is 10am. Please have yourself and your gear ready by that time. You may find it helpful to arrive 15 minutes early.
* COMMITMENT* We understand life happens, if you are unable to attend, please let us know AT LEAST 24 hours in advance. This allows other people the opportunity to attend.
Events like these are made possible by membership dollars. Join over 5,000 members in supporting and advocating for mountain bike trails in NW Oregon and SW Washington.
Please email [email protected] with any questions you may have.