Winter - Nonmotorized Trails

Nonmotorized snow trails can be single use or shared routes used for cross country skiing, skate skiing, snowshoeing, fat tire bikes, or other types of over-the-snow devices. The routes may be traditional hiking trails, roads closed in the winter season, or open terrain with a deep winter snow pack. Snow routes can be packed and tracked by the user, snowmobile, or snow cat.

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Trail Workers with Winter - Nonmotorized Trails Experience


Erin Amadon

Town 4 Trail Services LLC

Contractor Trainer

Troy, Me

Erin Amadon's passion for trail work began over two decades ago when she first served as a member…


Heide Andersen


Winthrop, Wa

I am a Recreation Planner for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. I am responsible for…


Anna Baklund

Tread Lightly!, Inc.


Kelso, Wa

Hi! My name is Anna and I'm the Program Manager for Washington and Oregon for Tread Lightly! I work…


Nathaniel Brodie

USDA Forest Service


Hood River, Or

Twenty-four ongoing years of professional experience working and managing iconic and high-use trail…


Sterling Collins-Hill

Pacific Northwest Trail Association

Contractor Trainer Nonprofit

Nova Collinson

Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship



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