TAP 2011

 

TAP 2011

 

Many of the trails on the North Shore were built over a decade ago. Our wet winters and high number of trail users have taken their toll. We are embarking on a revitalization plan to improve the current state of the trails.  New, sustainable lines will replace unsustainable sections, decaying structures will be replaced or removed, and erosion undone.

Many positive projects are in the imminent future to return the Shore to its legendary status.  Starting with the Trail Adoption Plan.

As Stewards of the Trails, it’s up to all of us.

We invite you to join us by playing a key role in this era of renewal. The Trail Adoption Plan partners your organization with an NSMBA Trail Maintainer to revitalize an adopted trail.

Applications for our 2011 Trail Adopters are now closed. 

http://nsmba.ca/content/2011-04_first-ever-trail-adoption-plan-launched

http://nsmba.ca/content/2011-05_tap-progress-report

http://nsmba.ca/content/2011-05_boogie-man-tap-progress

http://nsmba.ca/content/2011-07_tap-update-july-2011

http://nsmba.ca/content/2011-05_pangor-tap-trail-day

http://nsmba.ca/content/2011-06_mudbunnies-ryders-eyewear-continued-progress-pangor-june-12

http://www.nsmb.com/4362-rockys-tap-trail-day

http://www.nsmb.com/4357-tap-progress-report

http://www.nsnews.com/travel/PHOTOS+different+track/5253121/story.html

Trail Adopter Maintainer Landowner
Boogieman

Sean Gerke District of North Vancouver

Bottletop and

Ridge Runner

Daniel Lui and Daryl Marlatt Metro Vancouver
Circuit 8 Matt Preston Metro Vancouver
Corkscrew Mark Wood Metro Vancouver
Dale's Trail

NSMB.com

Todd "Digger" Fiander  & Jerry Willows Metro Vancouver
TNT

Tyler Wilkes & Chris Barker Metro Vancouver
Team Pangor

Sven Luebke and Chris Barker District of North Vancouver