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Hurdy Gurdy Trail Construction

 

Description:

K’apel completed trail construction between the Big Flat Campground, the Chimney Flat Day Use Area, and a dispersed recreation area along Hurdy Gurdy Creek in Northwestern California.  The Hurdy Gurdy Trail project consisted of constructing 2.13 miles of trail to “barrier free” standards, consisting of one main trail and several spur trails.   This project also entailed clearing and grubbing, excavation, retaining wall construction, culvert installation, placement of aggregate for a trail surface, application of aggregate stabilizer, bench construction, split rail fence construction, placement of treated timber barriers, and placement of boulders for vehicle barriers.  Parking lot improvements including tree removal, grading, and placement of aggregate were also completed.

Location:

SIX RIVERS NATIONAL FOREST

SMITH RIVER NATIONAL RECREATION AREA

GASQUET, CA

Scope/Magnitude:

$249,760

Client/Reference:

USDA Forest Service

Six Rivers National Forest

Attn:  Pam Winn, CO

P.O. Box 228

Gasquet, CA  95543

Telephone:  (707) 457-3975

Email:  pwinn@fs.fed.us