What is Grace Trail?
Grace Trail is a simple process that begins with gratitude and ends with hope.
You can walk it or just talk it anywhere, anytime, just by asking the 5 Grace Trail questions.
The 5 Grace Trail Words and Questions:
Anne Jolles created Grace Trail in 2012 to help cope with her personal challenges and struggle of having a son in combat in Afghanistan. Since then, Grace Trail has guided tens of thousands of people, worldwide, to join a simple conversation of hope and possibility.
Plymouth, MA is the site of the original Trail but it is not the only one. Grace Trail can be walked anywhere, from the comfort of your kitchen to the office or any outdoor spot. Each time you “walk” it, it is different.
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In honor of Grace Trail's feature in the June 2018 issue of Good Housekeeping, all Grace Trail packages are on sale!
Bring the Grace Trail home with you with these specially designed products. Created by Anne in response to requests from around the world from looking to create their own Grace Trails, these beautiful products are available individually, in specially priced packages or in the “Create Your Own Grace Trail” kit!
Grace Trail® is dedicated to all the courageous survivors of life… Every time you choose to walk forward with curiosity, compassion and courage on this Trail, you are taking five steps towards creating possibilities in your life. I like to think of it as hanging your hope out there on the horizon and walking towards it every day. That helps everyone around you.
Please enjoy my TEDx Talk, “Cracking the GRACE Code”
Jack Canfield, Chicken Soup for the Soul creator, and I chat about Grace Trail
Create Your Own Trail
The Original Trail: Anne created the actual, now-famous Grace Trail that begins in Nelson Park in Plymouth, MA. Anne gathered the beach stones, wrote the words and questions on them and placed them along a 1 mile trail that thousands have discovered and walked.
Make Your Own Trail: You don’t have to come to Plymouth to walk Grace Trail! You can create your own Trail at your home, work, office, church, hospital, school, senior center, college, recovery center, park, convention center, workshop, backyard or kitchen windowsill.
Now available: “Create Your Own Grace Trail” Kit, filled with everything you need to make your Trail, inside or outside.
Grace Trail at Work, Community, and Home
The wonderful thing about the Grace Trail is that it can be adapted to meet the needs and objectives of any group. It can as big or small as it needs to be. As a result, Grace Trails are showing up in the most amazing ways.
So join us and be creative as you share Grace Trail in your work, community and life. We can help you to custom design the experience to be as interactive and experiential as you would like it to be.
A wide range of services are available, including keynote speeches, Grace Trail workshops, webinars, fundraising, retreats, installation of permanent Grace Trails, and much more.
Walk the Grace Trail
Walk the original Grace Trail® at Nelson Park in Plymouth, Massachusetts. For our dedicated Grace Trail walkers, please note that the “A” and “C” stones have been moved due to tall grasses. Below is the suggested route.
- Start and end at Nelson Street Park on the Rail Trail at Plymouth Harbor
How To Walk It
- Walk to each letter of Grace
- Ask the question at each letter
- Answer the question as you walk
- Walk to the next letter and repeat steps
- Others may walk with you but no one can walk for you
Travel = 1 mile
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Wholesale discounts available for retailers, corporations and groups. Also available – customized Grace Trail products for fundraising and more. Email us for pricing and possibilities.