The Mohasic Trailway, in Yorktown, has 3 bridges, two 16 footers and one 20 footer with a combined construction drawing signed by a licensed professional engineer. Others may be able to use this design.
About the Trail Management Guide
As a leader in the design, construction, maintenance, and preservation of trails for outdoor recreation, the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference is engaged in a wide range of projects and activities.
- Section 5.9 replaced with page 1 of the injury and insurance protocol doc. (I left step 5 as in the doc)
- Section 12.1 Forms for All/immediately updated to also reference the refusal of care and OPRHP forms
- Section 15 publication history
As we review and update our trail database, we need to define what blaze information is to be stored in the database and how it should be stored. This document describes the fields related to blazing which are proposed to be included in the database and how each field is to be used.
These guidelines are intended to reduce the occurrence of bodily injury during all outdoor activities conducted by the Trail Conference. The outdoor activities addressed by these guidelines have been divided into four levels based upon the risks associated with the activity:
Approved by Policy Council on December 13, 2016