Each year, National Trails Intermountain Region provides expert assistance to hundreds of partners located in urban, rural, and wild places all over the country. Let us help you plan, develop, and implement your project.

Collaborative partner projects can include:

  • Initiating and executing archeological studies
  • Nominating properties to the National Register of Historic Places
  • Evaluating a trail-related property for partnership certification
  • Overseeing historical studies
  • Coordinating and writing planning documents
  • Working with tribes
  • Developing a wide array of interpretive products and services
  • Developing educational products
  • Planning and developing a site plan, including signage
  • GIS and mapping
three people on a dirt road looking at a map
Site planning for El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail in Socorro, New Mexico

Last updated: May 3, 2016