Corral Trail Design Day

What: Corral Trail Community Design Workshop #2

Where: USFS building at 35 College Drive in South Lake Tahoe

When: June 11th, 9am

This Saturday is the much anticipated return of Hilride to South Lake Tahoe to follow up on the ideas that were given this past April for added features to lower Corral Trail. Below is the agenda as provided by Hilride & USFS. By all means please show up to support this great opportunity that the Lake Tahoe Basin USFS has made possible and give your input. Be sure to bring your bikes and riding gear – Corral is riding great right now.

AGENDA-
Meet at USFS Office 9AM
9-10AM Workshop Part 1- Trail Analysis Overview
Review Project Overview and Goals
Review Field Workshop Goals
Review Workshop Process
Carpool to Corral Trail

Meet at Corral Trailhead 11AM

11-12PM Workshop Part 1- Trail Analysis Preview
Meet at Corral Trailhead
Shuttle to top of Upper Corral Trail
Descend Upper and Lower Corral Trails
Objective- Establish basic trail characteristics, features, speed, flow, basic inventory of features, and ground truth map.

1-3PM Workshop Part 2- In Depth Trail Analysis
Regroup at Lower Corral Trailhead
Shuttle to top of Upper Corral Trail
Descend Upper and Lower Corral Trails

Objective-In depth analysis of Lower Corral Trail to establish specific user speeds and flows that will inform the design and planning of new and modified trail features.

3-4PM Workshop Part 3 – Trail Analysis Review
Regroup at Lower Corral Trailhead
Shuttle to top of Upper Corral Trail
Descend Upper and Lower Corral Trails
Objective-Review trails metrics, analysis and proposed trail features, placement, speeds and user flows, etc. to build group consensus.

Workshop Participants

Participants should come prepared to ride with bikes, clothes and equipment, plus additional layers of clothing to stay warm while talking.
Participants are encouraged to bring vehicles capable of carrying multiple bicycles, in addition to cameras, and lunch for the day.
Hilride will be providing Clif Bars for the entire group.

About tamba

TAMBA was established in 1988 to represent the interests of all mountain bikers in Lake Tahoe and Truckee when working with land managers and other user groups to keep our trails open, and to volunteer with trail maintenance, and to be spokespeople for our healthy lifestyle.

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