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This webinar will explore the process of assessing natural surface pedestrian trails for accessibility and sustainability and will focus on developing new trails as well as conversion of existing trails.
This webinar addresses the critical need for cyclical assessment and repair of a multi-use trail system to keep up with the usage and level of service demands from the public with a limited budget.
This webinar will discuss best practices to reduce risk to your trail crew, company, agency, or organization during trail construction activities.
This webinar will discuss the challenges of legacy trails, examine with photos and commentary commonly built trail features, and applying the SET test to them. It will also discuss the renovation of existing features and the construction of new trail features that comply with the SET criteria.
Learn about the evaluation, planning, and action needed to restore a nationally acclaimed trail due to heavy rains that triggered flooding, landslides, and severe damage to a 22-mile segment of a trail.
This webinar aims to address these challenges by focusing on effective construction techniques, recommended products, and best management practices for trail planning, construction, and maintenance.
This webinar will discuss the various types of materials used for paved, multi-use trails in the District of Columbia and lessons learned.
What can we learn from near-misses on trail, and in trail work?
This webinar will describe the three most common forms of trail impact, identify the most influential factors to develop and maintain sustainable trail networks, and discuss methods for rating trail sustainability.
Join members of the Trans Bhutan Trail team and MyBhutan to learn more about this unique nation (located in South Asia near the Eastern Himalayas) from the perspective of the world’s newest long-distance trekking routes and how they restored an ancient pathway during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An introduction into risk management strategy for trails and bike parks by a leading expert in that field
This webinar will discuss the assessment work that Beneficial Designs does in regards to the Universal Trail Assessment Process (UTAP) and the High-Efficiency Trail Assessment Process (HETAP) and how the data is collected and can be viewed by the user.