TRAILS SPECIALIST WORKSHOP
This two day course is an introduction to understand professional trail development and how it relates to trail maintenance. You will receive instruction on how to observe, detect, document and mitigate potential risk resulting from poor trail design, construction and maintenance. This workshop combines in classroom theory and hands-on experiences. Participants will leave the course with a tool kit on how to create and implement a successful trail maintenance program. This course will cover all types of trails from natural surface single track to 3 metre wide crushed aggregate.
This course will cover:
- Overview of Professional Trail Development
- The Science and Art of Trail Building
- Maintenance of Trails
- Environmental Impacts
- Liability Issues
- Handwork and Trail Construction Techniques
DATE: May 15 & 16, 2019
TIME: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm both days
Niagara Parks School of Horticulture - Lecture Hall on the main floor
2565 Niagara Parkway
Niagara Falls, ON L2E 6T2
OUTDOOR LOCATION: Queenston High Park ( 5 minute drive from in-class location)
OPA Member: $403.80
Potential Member: $633.90
There is no fee for parking, park at the south end near the Administration offices
Participants are required to have a CSA approved hard hat, safety glasses, closed toe safety shoes/boots, and gloves.
Please note: A bagged lunch is required at this course
This course is an Ontario Trails Council approved training program.