lunge bob sweatpants wrote:Thanks for your work Eric. I'm wondering what can be done with that perpetual greasy spot in the big switch backs. I'd be willing to donate a back of quickcrete if if might help out. That spot at near the sledding hill used to have a pallet for drainage, not sure the best way to handle that spot. Seems to be always wet (not soaked) but damp.
The one wet corner in the big switchbacks is a project on it's own. That is mostly a seep but also the point where lots of water from higher up goes. The thinking there started out with a banked bridge, but then approvals and maintenance made me rethink. Talking to trail solutions the best bet is likely some turf stone armoring and probably some French drain.
The other new mud hole should be able to be cleared up by making a way for water to drain across, and I am thinking of making that spot a grade reversal too.
Depending on the weather I am planning to head out Thursday evening to work on that. Even if raining I may still head out. I will post back if I do.
Thanks for the info too.