Trail Troubleshooting

Hike Nova Scotia’s Trail Troubleshooting online discussions, on February 1 and 3, are for those who volunteer or work for community trail groups, First Nations and municipalities that build and maintain hiking trails. The focus of the discussion will be how to solve common and not-so-common trail maintenance problems and issues. We’ll learn from one another as well as from Ryan Lindh of TrailFlow Outdoor Adventures, an experienced trail builder from Nova Scotia’s trail building community. Ryan will answer your top trail maintenance questions and we’ll hear from each other how to solve problems, share tips and give advice about keeping our trails in tip top shape!

Note: This is a live webinar only; there will be no recording available afterward.

Ryan Lindh, is one of two founders of TrailFlow Outdoor Adventures, based out of Wolfville. He is a graduate of Capilano Universitys’ Mountain Bike Operations Program, certified mountain bike instructor, trail guide, as well as International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA) trained in sustainable trail building. Ryan brings years of experience in sustainable trail design both in Nova Scotia and beyond.

This event is offered in partnership with TrailFlow Outdoor Adventures and the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture, Tourism and Heritage.

This online event is free for community trail groups, First Nations and municipalities. Registration is required in advance.

As you register, you’ll be asked for your top trail maintenance issues / questions / problems, which will help us address the most common issues during the discussion.

February 1 at 7 pm - 8:30 pm: Trail Troubleshooting online discussion - Register Here

February 3 at 10 am - 11:30 am: Trail Troubleshooting online discussion - Register Here

After registration you will receive a confirmation email with a link to the webinar. It is your responsibility to confirm you have received the confirmation email. If you do not receive this email, please check your spam filter. If it is not there, contact Hike NS and do so at least two hours before the webinar. 
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