1. Apply to Have Your Trail Certified by Green Flag Trails
Please complete the application form here to initiate a Green Flag Trial audit of your trail and to receive a full report to assist you in your ongoing management plan and marketing communications.
APPLY HERE – To begin your trail audit process.
An audit coordinator will be in contact for further information to assist in us obtaining quotes from various independent certified Green Flag Trail auditors. We will submit at least 2 quotes for you to consider.
The cost of a Green Flag Trails audit is influenced by the:
- number of hiking days required to complete the trail audit
- trail’s remoteness
- travel costs involved for the closest available certified auditor to travel to the trail and back
- weather conditions
Once you have selected a quote and agreed to the audit fees, we will put the trail auditors in contact with you to set a date for the audit process to begin.
2. In-house Training for Your Trail Staff
If you are a bigger trail association or government agency with multiple staff in the field responsible for trail maintenance and development, we offer special rates for large groups who wish to train as Green Flag Trail Auditors.
APPLY HERE – To schedule a training workshop.
3. Bring Green Flag Trails to Your Country
The appeal and support for the Green Flag system is growing with assessed trails now in a number of countries. With international scope Green Flag Trails aims to help ensure the global trail sector becomes more sustainable and that quality trails become the norm.
Internationally the Green Flag system has assessed trails in Peru, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland and St.Helena. Trails in Namibia and Nepal have recently applied for Green Flag status and their first major Himalaya trek, the Annapurna Panoramic Trail has been certified Green Flag.
APPLY HERE FOR A NEW COUNTRY – We will contact you to implement Green Flag Trails in your country.