Trails play a major role in the life of many Central Oregonians—whether in city parks or mountain wilderness. Join 27-year Deschutes National Forest trails specialist John Schubert for an evening on trails.
But have you ever thought about
how those trails came to be? Join 27-year Deschutes National Forest trails specialist John Schubert
for an evening on trails. Learn about the rich history of trails and
how contemporary design, construction, and maintenance strive to
minimize our impacts on nature. Finally, John, renowned trail designer
and bridge builder across the country, will share tips on how people who
love trails can reduce their own impacts while using them.
This event is free, but registration is required.
John Schubert is a retired trails specialist with the Deschutes National Forest. During his 30 years based in Central Oregon, John designed and supervised construction of many well known local trails including Alder Springs, Tumalo Creek, and upper Whychus Creek. John holds a B.A. from Middlebury College and leads trail building workshops in National Parks and Forest around the country. In his spare time, John, a life-long naturalist, explores the remote corners of Oregon by foot, kayak, ski, and bike, always with books, camera, Irish whistle, and friends to keep him company.
Presented by the Deschutes Land Trust.