Trail Mavens

OUTDOOR ADVENTURES FOR URBAN WOMEN

Skill-based camping and backpacking trips for groups of extraordinary women. Ready to build fires, read maps, pitch tents, hike, laugh, and drink wine around the campfire? Join one of our weekend adventures.

leader post-trip feedback form

Name *
Name
Enter the start date of your trip. *
Enter the start date of your trip.
Please do not submit this form until all items below are complete.
Have you:
If you used something from your kit, you must fill out an Incident Report.
See 'Google Photos Instructions' in the Google Drive for details on how to do this.
See recap template here. Please Bcc sasha@trailmavens.com and shelley@trailmavens.com.
All co-leaders have profiles available here. Include info that will be helpful to the next leader who works with them, especially since they may not have met! (Ex.: This was Jane's first backpacking trip, but she picked up stoves and tents super quickly. I bet she could teach those skills in the future. She has a great sense of humor which really livened up the conversation. Her hiking pace is a little slower than average.)
Create a 'Trip Documentation' folder inside your trip folder, and upload pics or pdfs of documentation to this folder. Please name pics/documents with their type (i.e. Guide Daily Notes, Incident Report, SOAP Note, Witness Statement, etc.).
If you had a reimbursable expense, create an 'Receipts' folder inside your 'Trip Documentation' folder, and upload pics of receipts to this folder. See receipt upload/reimbursement how-to here.
Rather than editing the Venue Guide directly, simply 'comment' and tag @shelley@trailmavens.com. Shelley will go through and incorporate comments into the text. Be sure to add as much as you can to the 'Environmental Risk Hazards' section so the next guide is ready for what she may encounter!
Select trip type for payment. *
Mileage will be reimbursed at rate of .54/mile.
Upload photos of receipts to 'Receipts' folder in Google Drive. If you don't have a receipt, create one by writing the date/time/cost/item on a slip of paper.
Qualitative Reflection
Please write a minimum of 3-4 sentences describing flow, fun, learning highlights, community, etc.
We'll add this to the biweekly newsletter!
This section should include any event not further documented in Incident Reports.
It's ideal if these folks represent a diverse audience, you think they're a good writer, and they'd have a positive and interesting perspective to share. Please be sure to include a 'lead' for us to use when reaching out to them, i.e. "Mary was amazing! She's a mother of twelve and business owner who had never been backpacking before, and this trip was her way of reconnecting to herself."
(This might be the same person/people you referenced above!)
Leave blank if you led solo.
Give your teaching & lessons a rating. 1 = Not so hot, 5 = so good that every other leader should definitely hear about what you did and adopt it.
We want everyone to learn from your brilliance!