Trails Training Calendar

Trails training, workshops, and conferences on trail building, planning, management, land protection, organization development, leadership, tools, GIS data, parks, bike/ped facilities, nonmotorized transportation, funding, and stewardship.

A New Training Calendar

Trainings are now listed on our sister website,, where you can connect with trails professionals, get training, and learn about the Trail Core Competencies.

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2024 National Outdoor Recreation Conference (NORC)

Society of Outdoor Recreation Professionals


The Society of Outdoor Recreation Professionals is excited to announce the dates for the 2024 National Outdoor Recreation Conference! The Lake Tahoe area is not only a beautiful setting for many outdoor recreation activities, it is a leader for collaborative, integrated visitor use management and destination stewardship. We look forward to highlighting this and examples from across North America aligned with the conference theme Stewarding People, Place, and Play.

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Encouraging Indigenous Participation in Trail Management and Interpretation

American Trails


Learn how one trail organization has been engaging indigenous communities in the interpretation of trails and public lands to help all visitors connect on a deeper level.

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Oregon Outdoor Recreation Summit

Oregon Trails Coalition


The 2023 Oregon Outdoor Recreation Summit (in partnership with the Oregon Trails Summit) combines fun and high impact, in-person networking opportunities with conference programming on the important issues of the day, educational content, trails stewardship work parties, and in-field tours and workshops.

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2023 NOHVCC Annual Conference

National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC)


! NOHVCC is excited to announce that the 2023 annual conference will now be held in Midway, Utah on October 12-14 at the Zermatt Resort.

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International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA)


IMBA's two day model trail community workshop in Cedar City, Utah

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NPS Healthy Parks, Healthy People

Society of Outdoor Recreation Professionals


Presenter: Diana Allen, National Park Service

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Engaging, Enabling, and Motivating Families and Diverse Trails Users

American Trails


This webinar will look at ways to expand the universe of trail visitors, considering planning, design, and messaging and discuss how welcoming more groups can build a stronger base of support by engaging a more diverse constituency of trails enthusiasts.

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How Trails Support Healthy Aging for All

American Trails


Join us for a webinar on how we can all rethink trails as public spaces that are fully accessible and inclusive of older adults.

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Sustainable Trail Building Certificate — Hybrid, part-time, one-year certificate program

Northern Vermont University


A one- year, part-time course of study that fits into your busy schedule. Gain the education and skills needed to learn safe, effective, and ecologically- focused trail design and construction techniques.

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Porous Flexible Pavement, Asphalt, or Porous Asphalt: Lessons Learned for Multi-Use Trails in the District of Columbia

American Trails


This webinar will discuss the various types of materials used for paved, multi-use trails in the District of Columbia and lessons learned.

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