Ramp used in a park with handrails following building standard rather than more appropriate Accessible Recreation Route guidelines which would omit railings; Aurora, Colorado
Photo by: Stuart Macdonald
Design And Building,
accessible trails, concrete
Top quality crusher fines trail along the Highline Canal in Cherry Hills Village, CO.
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
Typical crusher fines surface showing very firm matrix with only a few loose larger rock particles
Typical sign identifying route and informing users of destinations on the Osaugie Trail; Superior, Wisconsin
Patterned concrete marks the walking trail while the bike trail is asphalt; Pacific Beach, San Diego
A trail marker attached to a conifer in Oregon. Note the space remaining before the nailhead, allowing for tree growth. This sign was placed approximately 25 years prior to the photo.