Planning for 2020

It’s time to register for the NWTA “Active Volunteer” Leadership Retreat which will occur on

October 12, 2019.

What is it?

The Active Volunteer Leadership Retreat is open to anyone interested in getting involved with NWTA.

It’s our yearly meeting to review what we accomplished during the year and work together to sketch out what we want to do in the year ahead.We’ll put together a rough schedule of events, form up groups of interested folks, and recognize the active volunteers from the year.


Who should come?

Anyone interested in being actively involved in leading, planning, or delivering NWTA events, work parties, or otherwise helping us make good things happen for mountain biking in our region.


Even of you haven’t been involved in the past but are interested please come out and hear about what we’ve done and what we want to do. It’s a friendly group and we’re always looking for folks who want to get involved.


Our ability to do cool stuff is primarily limited by the capacity of the core group of active volunteers who plan events, lead trail crews, and otherwise step up to be a driving force for making things happen.

Join the discussion and help create the events & activities calendar for 2020.
  • Sandy Ridge Shuttle
  • Trail projects at Rock Point
  • Lap Quest
  • Take A Kid Mountain Biking
  • Cold Water Lake Campout
  • Stub Fest
  • Women’s Ride Group events
  • Dusty Dads & Muddy Moms
  • Multiple Trail projects
  • Falls Creek Shuttle
  • And many other events
Start thinking about what projects or activities you want to help with and share them at ‘Active Volunteer’ Leadership Retreat.  In short, this is your chance to help set the course for the coming year.
To add to the ‘FUN’ of the event, multiple people are camping both Friday and Saturday nights.  On Friday we will be doing a night ride.  On Saturday there will be another ride and an evening social.
Make your Camping reservations via the State Park website.
Register for the Leadership Retreat via this RSVP link: