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Water running down the slope gathers on the crusher fines trail because of insufficient cross slope of the trail.
The paved trail is on the canal embankment while the unpaved tread is at the edge of the corridor; Highline Canal Trail, Greenwood Village, Colorado
Runners use the soft surface path along paved Schuylkill River Trail, Philadelphia, PA
Two steps connect planked walk to crushed rock trail; Mill Creek Canyon, Salt Lake City, Utah
The fabric used under the crusher fines is exposed because of insufficient depth of material; Big Dry Creek Nature Trail, Westminster, CO
Here the edging keeps water from draining so obstacles in the form of drainage bars were placed to try to keep the crushed rock from eroding.
Slight separation between the adjoining treads, one concrete and the other natural surface often used by equestrians; Crown Hill Park trails in Wheat Ridge, Colorado
Informal trail tread along Schuylkill River Trail, Philadelphia, PA
The landscape fabric is exposed in this Philadelphia park due to runoff: the trail runs straight down the slope.
Typical crusher fines surface showing very firm matrix with only a few loose larger rock particles
Crushed rock that is larger and looser than ideal in Bluff Lake Nature Area; Denver, Colorado
Top quality crusher fines trail along the Highline Canal in Cherry Hills Village, Colorado