Find examples of construction techniques, management, and planning issues.
The Wetland Wonders Walk provides accessible viewing areas at the James V. Hansen Wildlife Education Center at Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, Brigham City, Utah
Concrete trail makes a good connection to wood boardwalk; Finley National Wildlife Refuge, Oregon
Non-skid metal surface on boardwalk keeps trail dry along water's edge; Marsh Island, Arboretum Waterfront Trail in Seattle, Washington
Environmental education kiosk by Cache River Wetlands Joint Venture Partnership, Illinois
Concrete round piers support the joists in place; Greenbelt Wetland Boardwalk in Lakewood, Colorado
Planked walk in Bible Park; Denver, Colorado
Another common water hazard is overflow from wetland adjacent to trails in Cherry Creek State Park; Denver, Colorado
More types of state funding for stream corridor work along the Little Tennessee Greenway National Recreation Trail in Franklin, North Carolina.
Greenbelt wetland boardwalk; Lakewood, Colorado
Eisen Gross led restoration efforts on the trail in 2009 as an Eagle Scout project; Greenbelt Wetland Boardwalk in Lakewood, Colorado
The classic problem on dirt trails where the bridge itself is above the trail grade. Surfacing materials wear away leaving a step; Woodpecker Loop Trail in Finley National Wildlife Refuge, Oregon
Planked walk is almost a bridge crossing a small wetland adjacent to Little Dry Creek Trail in Arvada, Colorado