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Completed rock steps on trails at D.L. Bliss State Park, on Lake Tahoe, CA
No handrails, but continuous edge protection on the Happy Creek Nature Trail boardwalk.
California State Parks trail builder discussing rock stair construction at D.L. Bliss State Park; Lake Tahoe
Trail of the Sentinels, an accessible boardwalk on Forest Service land in Washington state, is closed with lumber barricade
Steel trail bridge over river in Pisgah National Forest near Asheville, North Carolina
The Happy Creek boardwalk provides an accessible opportunity to visit an old-growth northwest forest.
Backpackers on the Talladega National Forest, Alabama
Hiking through Douglas firs on the Lena Lake National Recreation Trail; Olympic National Forest, Washington
Trail along rock face on Rubicon Trail at D.L. Bliss State Park
Under the tall trees on the Cherokee Nature Trail and Arboretum, North Carolina
The natural history of fire is the topic on Big Cypress Trail in Goethe State Forest; central Florida
Rock used as fill for raised tread secured by rock wall; Lighthouse Trail at D.L. Bliss State Park
The Rock Garden on the Carson Emigrant Historic Trail; Eldorado National Forest, California
Blacktail-Wild Bill OHV Trail, Flathead National Forest, Montana
Volunteers building a bridge on the Ouachita National Recreation Trail in Oklahoma during the Western End Extravaganza
Old growth moss on Douglas Fir roots; Salmon River Trail on the Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon
Sign on the Rubicon Trail at D.L. Bliss State Park
Rocks drilled and split for trail construction at D.L. Bliss State Park