Welcome to the new NYNJTC.org
The New York-New Jersey Trail Conference is proud to announce the launch of the new nynjtc.org website and the upgrade and the migration of our legacy databases into one streamlined system. The new website is the digital version of walking through the door at our Darlington Schoolhouse headquarters. New tools aim to make the most of your time outdoors. Each one is now easily accessible, at your fingertips, on any device.
The website’s fresh, clean look is designed to work beautifully on any device. New typography, grids, space, scale, color, and use of imagery guide visual treatments throughout the design to create a bold and graphic interface that intends to immerse in the experience. Visual tools for core functionality make everything from researching your next hike to finding volunteer opportunities easier than ever before.
New Ways to Plan Trips
Trail and Park Finder -- Plan your day outside. Choose from more than 700 trails and parks on an interactive map. Search detailed information including trail alerts, mileage, location, difficulty and accessibility.
Destination Guides -- Discover the most popular places to hike, picnic, and swim. Learn what makes these spots so special and how to prepare to share these locations by making sustainable decisions.
Hiking Resources -- A definitive trip planning guide for everyone from new hikers up to experienced Long Path end-to-enders.
New Tools to Share Stories
News Center -- Read up on the latest volunteer initiatives, events, and advocacy work being done to build, maintain, and protect wild spaces across New York and New Jersey.
Hike Trip Reports -- How did it go out there? Share your thoughts on your favorite spots with fellow hikers at the bottom of each trail and park page. See what others had to say.
New Tools to Organize and Communicate
Volunteer -- Explore the many ways you can contribute to the work thousands of volunteers do to connect people with nature, all in one place.
My Dashboard -- All the website registered user and volunteer essentials in one place. All volunteer resources are available here to report on activities, volunteer hours, find resources pertaining to roles, event registrations, groups, and more.
Programs -- Learn about how the Trail Conference is tailoring its efforts with a wide range of projects to build, maintain, and protect trails across our region.
Contact Us - send us your feedback on illegal trail use, ordering and shopping questions, store questions, report trail problems and website issues.
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