01 Feb Why you should always thank your local trail workers
Trail work at the Red Rock Ranger District is sometimes very strenuous work.
Trail work entails approaching a challenge like this…
…and turning it into a path like this
Sometimes we have to finish the job with the less powerful tool. In this series of images tells a story: In short: the electric chainsaw was not the tool for this job it took 3 full batteries, a handsaw, and 4 wedges to get this tree removed from the trail.
Some stages of a boardwalk project:
We approach something like broken down railings and soggy mud
Then we install these boards to make for a much better hiking experience as well as taking the stress off the natural resources