Complete trails planning, design and construction.

If you want a great trail, put your best foot forward.

Avid Trails is a planning, design and construction company whose mission is to create great trail systems, bike parks and outdoor amenity experiences across the nation. From municipal trails projects to comprehensive trail systems inside the country’s largest master planned communities, our team of trail planners, spatial analysts, landscape architects and trail builders is dedicated to connecting people with nature, providing spaces for healthy outdoor recreation, and helping people have fun outdoors. Whether you have 10 acres or 10,000, give us a call and find out how Avid Trails can help put your project on the map.

Trails for Developers.

Complete trails and outdoor recreation planning, design and construction for master planned communities, mixed use developments and resort properties.

Trails for Municipalities.

Master planning, design, field layout and construction of hiking, mountain biking and multi-use trails for cities, parks and public lands.

Trail expertise every step of the way.

Well before we put shovels (or Rogue Hoes in this case) in the ground, an Avid Trails system starts with thoughtful planning. We interview ownership and stakeholders, conduct trail feasibility studies, collect and analyze GIS data, study the land, and most importantly, take great care to understand who will be using the trails and how they’ll be used. We also understand the arena we work in, which can include a variety of environmental and land use considerations, property boundary constraints and other development conditions that can make or break a great trail system. The result is an implementable trails and recreation master plan tailored specifically for your community or property.

Bike Trails and Pump Tracks

We design and build awesome flow trails, pump tracks, skills loops, and jump lines.

Avid Fitness

Modern and custom outdoor fitness stations and pods add fun and fitness to your trails.

Trail Signage

Trail maps, directionals, trailhead kiosks and interpretive displays are all important parts of wayfinding.

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