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Our team of consultants travel the province of BC working with stakeholders to plan, assess, improve and design trail networks.  We also believe in community education to increase capacity and improve approach. Led by our Principal Consultant Mark Wood, we deliver trail workshops and field training sessions, teaching participants specialized skills based on years of experience.  With the goal to build sustainable, fun and exciting trails, we foster the ecological vision to harmonize with the environment to build trails that will stand the test of time. 

"Knowledge is Power"

 
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In the fall of 2017, Mark Wood from Trail Holistics works together with the Ministry of Forests, BC Wildfire and Revelstoke Cycling Association to develop new multi use trail network on the slopes of Mount Cartier.

 

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trail workshop - cumberland

Lead Instructor Mark Wood made another stop in Cumberland this spring to continue work with the Village of Cumberland and the United Riders of Cumberland to deliver a Level I Trails Sustainability Workshop. This partnership is now seven years running. In 2018, Cumberland hosted the first Level II workshop delivered in the Province of BC.

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trail workshops - golden, Kimberley, cranbrook

Lead Instructor Mark Wood went on a tour through the Kootenays and the Rockies in 2017 to deliver workshops in Kimberley, Cranbrook and Golden, returning again to Golden in 2018.

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trail holistics works with tara llanes to release AMTB GUIDELINES 2017

Working together with Tara Llanes, we have released construction guidelines for aMTB trails to promote the construction of barrier free, adaptable trails.

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  Tara Llanes leading the aMTB movement!

Tara Llanes leading the aMTB movement!

 
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mark wood from trail holistics delivers sustainability workshops in salmon arm & revelstoke.

Working together with Ministry of Forests Recreation Sites & Trails, Trail Holistics delivers workshops in recreational epicenters Salmon Arm & Revelstoke. 

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trail holistics continues charitable work with stewards in bellingham

Mark Wood travels to Bellingham to support trail development with the WMBC.

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mark wood from trail holistics presents at the 2017 bc trails symposium "building capacity in your community"

Working with trail associations throughout the province of BC, Wood shares insights and strategies to build better trails.

Symposium Schedule HERE