Working with an existing planter, we resurfaced the trail sign, and added trail information and a map. Colour coding and name reinforcement are used to identify the seven trails within the network.
Printed rack cards are available at visitor information centres present the network of seven trails, along with trail usage information.
Trail head signage
Trail head signs include maps—oriented based on location—travel distance, estimated time of travel, and “Please and Thank You” information.
Directional signs along pathway junctions help users stay on course by communicating trail name along with distance and direction of travel.
Assurance signs located along trails at key points communicate distance to trail origin and terminus.
Neutral grey signs are used for connector routes or cul-de-sacs. Messages communicate distance to end or next path.