Trail Services has provided nearly 200 training sessions totaling close to 400 training days to trail building organizations, since 1990. Here is a sample including rigging, Griphoist service, chainsaw work, building with stone and stonecutting workshops.
Alaska Trails Conference
Demonstrating high line system during a rigging workshop
Texas Conservation Corps
team practices shackle friction brake during rigging and rock work training
Grand Teton National Park
participants practice friction system to contol heavy loads
Lake Tahoe Basin
Stone Cutting workshop trail crew member scores granite with carbide hand tracer prior to drilling and splitting the boulder in two
North Country Trail Workshop
Allegheny National Forest
NCT volunteers practice high lining rocks to a staircase project
Whiskeytown NRA, CA
CCC trail worker reads Dynamometer during load test excercise
Trail Services Griphoist Service Class with Arizona Trails in Prescott Arizona in 2009.
Pacific Crest Trail Volunteers building a diagonal stack waterbar.
Training group building stone steps on the Pacific Crest Trail.
Stone working Crew building bridge abutment – Lookout Mountain Georgia.
Finger lakes Trail Rigging Class – trying out anchor methods with TU-17 Griphoist.
Building stone wall SCA Work Skills Charlestown New Hampshire.
Building Bog Bridges, Appalachain Trail, Maine.
Lashing Tripods, Golden Gate NRA, San Francisco, California.
Highline on Tripods, Arizona Trails, Prescott Arizona.
Demonstrating the sawing of bog bridge planks freehand with a chainsaw, Maine Appalachian Trail Club, Caratunk, Maine