Attending a Trail Day

How to prepare for a trail day

To sign up for a trail day, please go to our calendar at

In order to ensure the health and safety of the community, there will be a few changes to how we run trail days this year. Please review our trail day protocols HERE as well as the information below. 

What to wear

– Comfortable clothes that can get dirty and are appropriate for the weather.
– Supportive, close-toed shoes
– Layers appropriate for the weather (jackets, extra gloves, hat/toque)
– Hats or t-shirts with your company logo. (This can be a great photo op and a way to generate content that shows your group giving back to the community)

What to bring

– A backpack with water, snacks and waterproof outwear for in case the weather changes.
– Work gloves – we are not providing works glove at this time. 
– A good camera and someone who knows how to use it can ensure you have some images for posterity, or to post on social media.


Download, electronically sign and send to at least 1 day before the start of the trail day. You only need to sign and send in one Waiver for the year. 

Health Questionnaire

Once you have signed up for a trail day, you will be sent an online form to fill out at least one day before the trail day.
It is a very short questionnaire meant to ensure the health and safety of all those attending and, unlike the waiver, you will need to fill out a form for each specific trail day you attend.