|Trail Wiki is currently working on building an all new website. The new website will be full of new features including a more user friendly interface, user profiles, articles, recipes, blog, track your hikes, easier user contribution, and much more. The new Trail Wiki website will be built on the all new Drupal 8. This platform will allow Trail Wiki to expand into a modern day website in both looks and functionality. This is going to be a long process and I hope to have the first version of the new site up and running by next summer for the 2017 hiking season. To learn more and follow everything Trail Wiki is doing signup for our Newsletter and follow us on Facebook.|
IMPORTANT: You need to have an account and be logged in to edit trails on Trail Wiki. Users however are not allowed to add new trails or to move trails to a new page name. Only users with contributor access have permission to add new trails. To become a contributor access please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please know that your IP address will be saved to discourage malicious editing or "graffiti" and that we will take steps to ban users who repeatedly graffiti pages. Please remember that inadvertently adding inaccurate information is OK and will be fixed by other users, although of course adding this knowingly would constitute graffiti. The most important thing is to jump in there and start contributing!
All trail pages on Trail Wiki take the same basic shape. On the right of the page is a "Info" box that has statistics about the trail and a map showing the trailhead.
For a list of features to come please see my Development Plan.
Permits and Fees
The following pages may help you figure out what permits and fees you need for hiking in a particular area.
For more information on advanced editing please check out the MediaWiki Help Section.