Trail Structures Workshop

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Ever notice the structures on a trail such as bridges, stairs, walls, or stepping stones? Ever wonder how or why they are there? Take this workshop to find out about Sidehilling - how and why it is utilized in certain trail systems.

Gateway on trail leading to a boardwalk.Trail Structures are built to make a trail safer, more sustainable, and more enjoyable.  Types of trail structures include bridges, stairs, walls, stepping stones, culverts, etc.  Structures may be built with materials on site or imported, with stone, timber, metal, or plastics.

This course helps you gain or brush up on the skills to build safe, long-lasting trail structures that fit into their surroundings and provide a positive user experience.  You will also learn specifically how and why Sidehilling is used in certain trail systems.

Please register.  Space is limited.

July 22nd, 2018 9:00 AM   through   2:00 PM
Sterling Forest State Park
Tuxedo, NY
United States
Additional workshop information
Instructor Palisades Crew
For more information, contact... Keith Keeping at [email protected]
General Event Information
Event Category Trail

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