Hurry! IHTC online registration closes at midnight on Wednesday, November 2nd. You can still register at the Summit starting at 8:30am.
The Industrial Heartland Trails Coalition (IHTC) is collaborating across four state lines to connect a system of over 1,400 miles of shared-use trails, with more than 48 percent of the total mileage already completed. The completed network would make up the largest shared-use trail system in North America with benefits ranging from health and wellness to environmental conservation and economic prosperity.
Click here to register (Cost per attendee: $30)
With a regional vision now developed, most of the needed partners are at the table and an analysis of the current status has been completed.
Now, the larger group, technical advisers, and stakeholders will be brought together at IHTC’s 2016 Fall Summit to determine the next steps to implement that vision.
The goal at the Summit is to encourage and enable trail groups and managers to use the IHTC structure, vision, and network to their benefit and advance the implementation and visibility of the IHTC.
Who should attend:
- Trail groups/managers working to build, maintain, and promote trails along the eight destination corridors.
- Planning agencies and municipalities from each of the 48 counties
- Economic development and tourism professionals
- Business interests in communities across the region
- Elected officials and decision makers
For those coming from out of town, book your group rate with the Marriott Courtyard Pittsburgh North/Cranberry Woods. You can also contact the Marriott at (724) 776-1900.
Funded in part by the Pennsylvania Recreation and Park Society and the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ Pennsylvania Recreational Trails Program funded through the Federal Highway Administration through assistance from the Erie to Pittsburgh Trail Alliance.