We use a small hand held tiller (Stihl Yard Boss) for those situations - we have two sets of tines, one being more aggressive. One person can lightly till enough to keep several people with McLeods (for tamping) busy.
glr wrote:So some of you know that I'm helping build some new trails where I live. And this past year we have made some great progress, but to me the trail bed seems a little to rough. Lots of little chatter bumps, I mean lots! We almost had the single track done then were derailed by the new dirt we had ordered for our pump track. So this spring my intent is to get the trail done first and then get the pump track completed. I have heard that a rototiller is a great option, but is that really the best option? Looking for some suggestions if you would. Also just found out this week that the twp is buying some adjacent land, and trails got first dibs. Guess I better ask for more vacation time to build some more trails! I get to scout the new area Feb 1st.