World Trail provides trail designs for all types of recreational trails, from the earliest conceptual stage to the final design stage. Good design and careful planning is critical to the ultimate success of any trail or trail network. Variables such as trail users, trail grades, contours, soil types, trail sustainability, potential risk areas and sensitive environmental areas are all assessed before and during the design phase. This ensures the client is presented with the best possible design and can proceed to the construction phase with confidence.
Detailed trail designs, trail master plans, concept plans, CAD designs,engineering plans, detailed construction budgets and schedules, trail mapping and competitive overlays for mountain bike racing.
World Trail is one of the world’s most respected and high profile builders of recreational trails. World Trail has the machinery, technology, skills and personnel to deliver all kinds of recreational trails, on time and on budget, every time. Trail construction can be tailored to suit any budget and any size parcel of land. When undertaking any construction projects, World Trail enforces a strict policy of minimal disturbance to the natural environment.
World Trail hosts a talented team of professionals capable of consulting with clients on a range of trail related issues, such as risk, environmental sustainability and the classification of trails according to difficulty (using the International Mountain Bicycling Association’s Trail Difficulty Rating System or the Australian Standard for Walking Trails – Classification and Signage). These services may be particularly useful to land managers grappling with issues relating to mountain biking, particularly the problem of illegal trail construction often seen in urban areas. Through trail audits, World Trail can assess the environmental sustainability and risk of existing trails and provide recommendations on the most cost effective and practical management approach.
Feasibility studies, site assessments, trail planning, trail audits, trail signage plans, user group consultation, trail maintenance plans and basic trail maintenance training workshops.