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GROC Trail Crew Message Board › Getting GROC Certified for Trail work

Getting GROC Certified for Trail work

Jonathan B.
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Penfield, NY
Post #: 3
The sessions will range from "riding trails and why they ride great" to specific trail sessions like "Boardwalks" or "Benching" or "Surfing the hillside...rolling contour trails" or trail layout and process, etc. I picture it as 5 to 6 sessions to accomplish this, @ approx 2hrs each. I would also highly recommend that those interested in trail building and design get the two books available through IMBA and also check out what IMBA has on line.under trail solutions/building. Some required reading and understanding links:

Some Helpful links to learn more about building trail:

trail-building/easy-way-toughen-trails­

designing-and-building-sustainable-trails­

10-most-common-trailbuilding-mistakes­

Video Covering trail design
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