Here's just a small sampling of the work we've done over the years.
Mexican Mountain, UT
Reconstruction of wilderness airstrip on BLM property financed by Utah Backcountry Pilots Association. Widened airstrip to 40 ft. in width and re-established total length of 2,000 ft. All work was completed with Trail Ace equipment in the fall of 2014.
Goldstone Pass, mt
This project took us to Goldstone Pass on the Continental Divide trail, located in Beaverhead Deer Lodge National Forest. Here we used machines to create 6 miles of new construction through very challenging landscape.
WALLA WALLA N.F., OR
On the North Fork of the Umatilla River we made this log foot bridge with split hand rails. This bridge was made out of Tamarack and spanned 32 ft. over Coyote Creek.
BEAR CREEK PASS, ID
This project required three miles of wilderness reconstruction and nearly a mile of new construction in rock talus. It required extensive explosive work.
Weber Pathways contracted our services to hand build 3,000 lineal feet on the Bonneville Shoreline Trail through endangered draba habitat.
dowd mountain, UT
Working for Dagget County helped us realize that we have the best job in the world. We had the most amazing views of the Flaming Gorge Reservoir as we performed construction on 11 miles of new and existing interlinking trails.
mid mountain trail, UT
It was a blast working on the world renowned Mid Mountain Trail for Vail Resort. We constructed a 1 mile reroute through the beautiful Aspen trees.
On the familiar territory of the Bonneville Shoreline Trail we constructed 5.5 miles of machine built trail on the North Connector. Some of the terrain called for blasting rock.
victory ranch, UT
For this project we were contracted by Victory Ranch, a luxury real estate and golfing community, to construct a .5 mile of gravel trail that was 6 in deep and 8 ft wide.
We have experience in constructing stringer and slab bridges. Our bridges are simple, economical applications for spans over short distances.