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Raw land trail design and layout
10/06/21 at 9:48am
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My neighborhood in Waxhaw (Union County) has community owned property (40-50 acres) around it that has a network of deer and kid paths through a patchwork of not developable forest around creeks and flood plain.  Several of us ride it and feel it has a lot of potential to expand.   

We could really use some experienced design input on how to approach designing lines/routes.  Anyone willing to provide tips, tricks, or even come out and walk around the properties with us?

For example, three of us jumped in and created a mile loop around a 17 acre hilly forest (blower, rake, pick up logs/sticks) and some of it is great, and other parts sorta suck which is somewhat demotivating to have to re-work stuff vs ride.

Thanks!
  
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