Alabama Great Trails Workshop

Thanks to a generous grant from the Fox Factory Trail Trust program and the support of the Alabama State Parks Division, the National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council will be holding a Great Trails Workshop. This workshop will be focused on the development of sustainable OHV trails and trail partnerships.

Presented by: National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC)


Event Details

December 07 - 08, 2022

Location: Buck’s Pocket State Park

Website

https://nohvcc.org/event/alabama-great-trails-workshop-december-7-18-2022-bucks-pocket-state-park/



Description

Thanks to a generous grant from the Fox Factory Trail Trust program and the support of the Alabama State Parks Division, the National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council will be holding a Great Trails Workshop. This workshop will be focused on the development of sustainable OHV trails and trail partnerships.

Participants will need:

  • An OHV to access the trails
  • Helmet, goggles/glasses, over-the-ankle boots, long pants, long-sleeved shirt, and gloves for the ride day
  • Long pants, hiking boots, and pack for the trail layout day
  • Lunches, water, snacks, and anything else needed for the field

This two-day training will consist of two hands-on field sessions including trail layout and design. Participants will be required to provide their own transportation to the field sessions. Participants will need to provide their own lunches, water, snacks, sunblock, sturdy hiking boots, and other provisions for two days of fieldwork.

The field session will involve riding an OHV to several destinations along the trail system. Each participant is responsible for providing their own vehicle or making arrangements to ride with another class participant. Passengers shall only be allowed on vehicles designed for such use (ROV, UTV, two-up ATV). All participants in the field session must wear appropriate safety gear including helmets, goggles, over-the-ankle boots, long-sleeved shirts, long pants, and gloves. Anyone not wearing appropriate safety gear will not be allowed to participate in the workshop.

All participants must pre-register below!

Buck’s Pocket State Park – December 7-8, 2022 – Agenda

Lodging:

Lodging is available for workshop participants at Lake Guntersville State Park. To make reservations at Lake Guntersville State Park Lodge please call the reservationist at 256-505-6621. To ensure that you receive the special rate extended to your group, please mention that you are with NOHVCC – Group Code 9878. Guests can also make reservations online at https://www.alapark.com/lake-guntersville-state-park-reservations. Please note that a deposit is required for each reservation made. Deposits are the sum of one night’s lodging plus taxes and are due at the time the reservation is made.


 

 


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