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Thank you for your consideration in being part of the proactive Trail Guide Ambassador program. Trail Guide Ambassadors ...

Thank you for your consideration in being part of the proactive Trail Guide Ambassador program. Trail Guide Ambassadors volunteer to patrol trails, report trail issues (we are not law enforcement, we only report to proper authorities), offer trail assistance and recovery and promote the proper use of RL4WD trails. 

Trail Guide Ambassadors get their own page on rl4wd.com to promote rides, events, excursions and more. You can see examples here https://rl4wd.com/trailguideambassadors

Trail Ambassador training class in the lodge on Saturday. This class with train you in basic guiding and trail patrol procedures. It will allow you to make your own trail rides on public trails and some private trails (when permission is granted). Please bring a lunch, snacks, water, etc. along with your RL4WD and recovery gear recommended here - https://rl4wd.com/trails/rules

Your rig needs to pass the worksheet listed here - https://rl4wd.com/trails/waiver

All certified Trail Guide Ambassadors will need to pass a criminal background check. We look for things like recent OWI's, any violent or public disturbance and/or drug issues. Each person who signs up for this class will get a copy of this report for their records. 

For the $50 entry, this class includes the background check, a high-quality Trail Guide Ambassador binder, standard operating guidelines, worksheets, report forms and all the training that comes with submitting trail reports. You'll also get about 8 hours of instruction which will be classroom work in the lodge during the morning and then we head out to practice Trail Guiding in the afternoon. 

The Trail Ambassador program started in 2001 and is administered by the NOHVIS group. The RL4WD Trail Guide Ambassadors of Wisconsin are Division 2, division 1 is ATV/UTV Ambassadors (we all work together to keep trails open). 

Minimum yearly reported patrol or guiding is a simple 8 hours to stay certified (literally that's one ride for most of you). We will also offer helpful continuing education each year where Trail Guides gather to hone their skills and provide important feedback on the program. 

Trail Guide Ambassador efforts are recorded to show land managers, government agencies, and the general public that we are a responsible user group here to help keep trails safe and useable. 

If you need overnight lodging, please post in the timeline of this event and we'll work with you. 

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