Date & Time: March 12-13, 8am - 5pm (lunch provided both days)
Location: Smith Rocks State Park
This workshop presents basic trail design and layout for natural surface trails, including terrain dynamics, sustainable trail design elements, direction-reversing turns, location of structures, and use of information and measurement tools. We will field test these concepts and tools, then turn to look at the social and aesthetic values that bring great trails to life. Each student will lay out a trail line as part of the class.
We need a minimum of 5 students to make this workshop go, and a maximum of 12.
What to bring:
Clinometer and GPS (if you have them), outdoor clothing for an afternoon in the woods. (phone versions of clinometer and GPS are acceptable).
We will spend a large amount of this workshop outside, so please bring appropriate field gear for the weather. Expect rain and be pleasantly surprised if it stays dry. We will provide first aid kits and any additional tools and equipment necessary for the workshop. Let us know if you are unable to bring any of the above items, please contact us.