John Morton is the founder and a Principal of Morton Trails, involved in the design of over 100 trail projects across the United States and abroad. A seven-time Olympic participant, twice as an athlete for the US Biathlon Team and most recently as Chief of Course for Biathlon events at the Salt Lake City Olympics (2002), John began designing trails in 1989 after eleven years as head coach for the Dartmouth College Ski Team. He is a graduate of Middlebury College and served in the US Army in South Vietnam, released from active service at rank of Captain in 1972. In addition to remaining a competitive runner and skier, John is a frequent commentator on Vermont Public Radio and author of the novel Medal of Honor. He is a certified course homologation inspector for the FIS (International Ski Federation).
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David Lindahl is a Principal of Morton Trails, with over 20 years of diverse business and academic experience in land use planning, real estate, GIS and mapping, environmental management, and economic analysis. A graduate of Dartmouth College, David has a Ph.D. in economic geography and has served on the faculty of Penn State University and the University of Washington. He works closely with clients in economic and financial feasibility analysis, computer mapping and surveying of trails and land plans, landowner negotiations, and expert witness and litigation support. David is also a certified course homologation inspector for the FIS (International Ski Federation).
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