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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Trail Building Issues and concepts



(photo courtesy of www.singletrack.com)
This won't work at the Tunnel of Love (pictured below) but there are two places along the trail that it could be used, before the first stream crossing (main map) or Point F in the previous post.


Another good spot for this could be the downed pine tree at the other end of the trail. Of course we'll have to make complete cuts for the horses.

2 comments:

Tim MacSweeney said...

Now this looks like a stone bordered Indian Trail - that somebody probably called a 'colonial cow path..."

Mark Lurie said...

Tim, Indians didn't do that. That was done by a farmer. I have logged over 1000 miles in this state forest and have yet to explore half of it, however, there isn't much in the way of anything man made in here, with the exception of a few stone walls. I don't event think there are any glacial eratics.