Recreational trails are a critical economic, social, health and environmental asset to the people of Arizona. The Network for Arizona Trails (NAzT) is a broad collaborative of non-motorized and motorized trail builders, planners, managers, advocates and supporters that seeks to elevate trail recreation throughout our state and community.
The NAzT creates essential space for the trail community in Arizona to come together.
Space to connect organizations, agencies and peers with similar goals to share resources and knowledge
Space for advocacy around access, funding and policy on the local, regional, state and national level
Space to advance specific topics and initiatives that benefit and educate trail users and communities
Collaboration • Citizen Stewardship and Volunteerism • Conservation of Our Natural and Cultural Heritage • Individual and Community Health • Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion • Strong Local Economies • Equitable Access to Outdoor Recreation and Active Transportation • Transparency, Accountability, and Information Sharing • Positive Relationships and Cooperation Among Different Trail Users • Safe Recreation Experiences for Diverse Users • Responsible Recreation
2021 Summit for AZ Trails
May 19, 4-6:30pm & May 20, 9-11am via Zoom
We are working to convene the 2021 Summit for AZ Trails in spring. This virtual Summit will include opportunities to learn from and interact with trail professionals and advocates from all over the state.
If you are interested in learning more, please fill out our pre-summit survey here. There is no cost to participate in the Virtual Summit!
2020 Summit Participants
2020 Summit for AZ Trails
When: Friday, February 21 and Saturday, February 22.
Where: Cottonwood, Arizona at the historic Cottonwood Community Club House
Who: If you have a passion for trails and are actively engaged in advocacy, management or volunteerism, we hope you’ll join us!