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About Us

About Us


Dovetail: a skillful method for joining two separate pieces of wood.  Known for strength, beauty and resilience.   

 Dovetail Trail Assessments:  Trail solutions that marry sustainability, usability and universal design.  


Build trails to endure the elements and increased user traffic and inherently they work for a variety of users and adaptive equipment. 

Steep downhill view of two trike riders on a ski resort mountain bike trail
The Team

About us

Portrait of Quinn. She is kneeling in her adaptive mountain bike smiling.

Quinn Brett

A professional climber turned avid hand-cyclist after a climbing fall in 2017.  Quinn is the first known hand-cyclist to complete the Tour Divide, +3000 mile bike ride from Jasper, Canada to Antelope Wells, New Mexico. Her personal and work experiences pre- and post accident lend to expertise in wilderness and adaptive recreation.  The nexus between sustainable and usable trails for adaptive hiking, aMTB and wilderness/accessibility laws are her speciality. 

Joe and Quinn, in their hand-cycles chatting.  The ground is filled with fallen leaves.
Portrait of Joe in his Bowhead Reach.  Red shirt and smiling.

Joe Stone

Joe currently is the Executive Director at Teton Adaptive in Jackson Hole, WY.  He is an experienced adaptive mountain biker and hiker. He has worked all over the country with trail crews, land management entities, mountain bike festivals, and other nonprofits that support people with disabilities. He is also an advocate for civil rights for people with disabilities and is well versed in the ADA, ABA, and the direction the disability community would like to see opportunities open up.

The project above is in partnership with Rocky Mountain National Park, Grand Teton National Park and the Trail Access Project. 


Contact Us

Dovetail Trail Consulting

174 North King Street

PO Box 3836 

Jackson, WY 83001


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