World Trails Conference

The World Trails Conference is a global gathering of trail experts, trail managers, builders, trail destinations, enthusiasts, and academics, who meet every two years to share knowledge, network, and ensure the benefits trails offer society continue to be sustainable and supported around the world.

Presented by: World Trails Network


Event Details

September 26 - 30, 2022

Location: Island of Skiathos, Greece

Website

https://worldtrailsconference.org/



Description

The World Trails Conference is a global gathering of trail experts, trail managers, builders, trail destinations, enthusiasts, and academics, who meet every two years to share knowledge, network, and ensure the benefits trails offer society continue to be sustainable and supported around the world.

The conference is taking place for the 8th time since 2010 when it was first established on the island of Jeju in Korea. This year trails will gather on the iconic Island of Skiathos, Greece.

The thematic topics of the conference are wide-ranging and all of them are pertinent to issues facing trails today, from cycle trails to long-distance treks, from urban trails to commuter trails and pilgrimages.

Help shape trails into the future and contribute to the important role they play in health and wellbeing, adventure tourism, recreation, sports, and rural livelihoods.

Trails are a call to everyone. . . and everyone is invited to attend.

Pre-registration is open!

 

 


Disclaimer

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