Please join the Humboldt Trails Council and trail advocates across the county for this year’s Virtual Trails Summit. View on Zoom, Facebook, or Access Humboldt Channel 8. ENJOY and ENGAGE with the outdoors as on-location videos connect you with ongoing work to develop trails and inspire you to engage with other trail enthusiasts in supporting visionary efforts to connect communities through trails. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the progress that is being made on local trail projects such as:
  • Annie and Mary Rail Trail
  • Bay-to-Zoo Trail
  • Dennis Wendt Memorial Trail
  • Little River Trail
  • Redwood National Park
  • Waterfront Trail Southern Extension
The program also includes presentations from the Humboldt Equestrian Club, Redwood Coast Mountain Biking Association, Volunteer Trail Stewards (VTS), and regional planning efforts.
Featured speakers are Hank Seemann, Deputy Director – Environmental Services, Humboldt County Public Works Department, and Mike McGuire. Mr. Seemann will provide updates on the Humboldt Bay Trail, McKay Community Forest, North Coast Railroad Authority railbanking, and other trail developments in Humboldt County. McGuire’s landmark legislation has laid the groundwork for establishing the Great Redwood Trail will provide updates on this visionary trail project.
Register for the 2021 Trails Summit here: https://humtrails.org/trail-summit-2021/
You are encouraged to send questions about trails in advance to TrailsSummit(at)gmail.com
The Humboldt Trails Summit is sponsored by the Humboldt Trails Council in collaboration with the Humboldt Bay Trail Working Group, the County of Humboldt, Mike McGuire’s office and the many organizations, jurisdictions and agencies working on behalf of expanding non-motorized trail access.
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