The International Mountain Bicycling Association (Canada) is coming to Saskatchewan! Chad and Deanne Lazaruk of the IMBA Canada Trail Care Crew will be in Swift Current for a free IMBA Trail Building School. Hosted by the Swift Current Cycling Club and Grasslands National Park of Canada.
Come out to meet the Crew, and network with other trail users in your area! You'll learn the art and science of sustainable trail building, and get hands-on instruction in the field! Get more info on the IMBA Canada Trail Care Crew here.
Not a mountain biker? The principles of building sustainable trails apply to all users (hikers, trail runners, equestrians, and cycling), and our workshops are open to the public -- all users and land managers are invited.
Saturday May 14th
9:00 - Noon: In class session, Swift Current Museum. 44 Robert St. West.
Noon - 1:00: Lunch.
1:00 - 4:00: Trail Building School field session, off site.
4:00 onwards: Bring your bike, or hike the trail you just built! (optional)
Volunteers should come prepared with brown bag lunch, snacks and water, long pants and closed toe shoes. Tools will be provided, but bring your own work gloves!
Special thanks to the Swift Current Museum for hosting the morning classroom session!