Trails Inspire

Connecting Trails and Communities

Connecting Trails and Communities

Trails Inspire

Hike The Loop Tucson – March 13th – 17th Follow along as Trails Inspire founder Sirena Dufault and award-winning author Liz Thomas hike 80 miles in 5 days on Pima County’s urban trail leading up to the Completion Celebration on March 17th at Kino Sports Complex!

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Welcome to Trails Inspire!

Sirena Dufault and Trails Inspire, LLC provide consulting services dedicated to championing the outdoors as a place of personal health, economic development and tourism through public speaking, project management, freelance writing and photography. Trails Inspire is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion for outdoor spaces.

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Current Projects:

Hike The Loop – Trails Inspire founder Sirena Dufault and award winning author Liz Thomas are hiking 80 miles in 5 days on The Loop, Pima County’s urban trail system. They will be sharing their journey on social media and are inviting people to join them on the last 4.2 miles into the Completion Celebration at Kino Sports Park on March 17th. Click here to learn more and sign up for the hike!

Tusayan Trail Master Plan – Trails Inspire is contracted with the Town of Tusayan, Arizona to develop a community trails system. Tusayan is the gateway community to Grand Canyon National Park and the Arizona National Scenic Trail. A public meeting, stakeholders meeting and community input survey have been completed and the Community Trails Master Plan got a unanimous yes vote from Tusayan Town Council. A public comment period will begin March 21st until April 21st and a public meeting on the Master Plan will take place on March 28th at 11:30 am at Tusayan Town Hall, 845 Mustang Drive. Lunch will be provided.

The Grand Canyon News did a story on the project, click here to read more.

Florida Trail Towns Program

Trails Inspire is working with the Florida Trail Association and the State of Florida’s Office of Greenways and Trails to develop a strategy for Trail Town outreach and development.

Upcoming Presentations

February 10-11th: Hiking the Arizona National Scenic Trail at REI Flagship store, 222 Yale Ave, Seattle, WA. Saturday at 1pm, Sunday at 2pm. Learn about the 800-mile Arizona Trail, hear stories and tips and tricks on planning your own adventure! This event is in partnership with the Arizona Office of Tourism.

April 26th: From Suburbanite to Outdoor Woman at Summit Hut Shop and Talk Shindig, 5251 E. Speedway Blvd.

April 28th: Desert Hiking Tips and Tricks at the Continental Divide Trail Kickoff event, Western New Mexico University – 1000 W College Ave, Silver City, NM 88062