About the World Trails Conference
The World Trails Conference is a global gathering of trail experts, trail managers and builders, trail destinations, enthusiasts and academics, who meet every two years to share knowledge, network and ensure the benefits trails offer society continue to be sustainable and supported around the world.
The next World Trails Conference will be held in Canada’s capital from September 30 to October 3, 2024.
Join the World Trails Network in Ottawa, Canada at Delta Hotels Ottawa City Centre.
Hosted by the Trans Canada Trail, the 2024 World Trails Conference will focus on connection – to people, places and the planet. Explore the profound bonds that link humanity to the natural world and develop a new understanding of how our trails impact the environment, communities and each other.
International Speakers from around the world
Share their insights and research, their projects and enthusiasm for trails.
Learn from trail builders, designers, planners or marketing experts, volunteers, guides or those who lead community trail initiatives in interactive forums where you too can share your knowledge and expertise with others.
Dynamic thought-leaders, experts and equally inspiring enthusiasts with relevant insights and case studies to ignite action and networking across the trail space will gather.
ABOUT THE WORLD TRAILS NETWORK
The World Trails Network is a global non-profit association committed to the sustainability and enjoyment of the world’s trails for all people, through a powerfully engaged international network of organizations and individuals.
Expected conference attendees include:
- Appalachian Trail, USA
- Camino de Santiago, Spain
- South West Coast Path, UK
- Jeju Olle Trail, Korea
- HikeArmenia, Armenia
- Sendero Pacifico, Costa Rica
- Trans Canada Trail, Canada
- Cultural Routes Turkey, Turkey
- Westfjord Trails, Iceland
- Lebanon Mountain Trail, Lebanon
- Bruce Trail, Canada
- Trans Carioca, Brazil
- Bibbulmun Track, Australia
- Trans Bhutan Trail, Bhutan
plus many other well-known trails from the Americas, Europe,
Asia, Middle East and Africa.