The CVTC is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) corporation, directed by a Board of Trustees representing four trail user groups: hikers, bicyclists, equestrians, and crosscountry skiers. The CVTC is not a membership organization; all are welcome to participate in any activities sponsored by the CVTC.
The CVTC works with the National Park Service to carry out the development of the planned network of trails in Cuyahoga Valley National Park (CVNP). With guidance from the National Park Service and from CVNP's 2013 Trail Plan, the CVTC sponsors numerous trail work projects which involve both the maintenance of existing trails and the development of new trails.
Stanford Trail Bridge: In 2008, CVTC purchased and installed the $15,000 fiberglass bridge on the Stanford Trail.
Brandywine Gorge Trail Bridge: In October 2009, CVTC helped assemble and install the Brandywine Gorge Trail Bridge, a 3-section, 165-foot long, fiberglass bridge spanning Brandywine Creek. Read more.
Blue Hen Falls Trail Bridge: In June 2012, CVTC helped disassemble the old bridge and build the new Blue Hen Falls Bridge, a 70-foot long fiberglass truss bridge. Click here for photos.