Trail route design

Most landscapes have varying terrain, different vegetation and a variety of places within them. Some may have peaks to climb, others water of various sorts or stands of big trees to walk or ride through. Using maps and aerial photographs a

Trail route design

Trail planning: (a) Before laying out a trail it is a good idea to carry out an extensive survey of all the features of interest that might be included on the route, and areas that pose problems for some people or which the trail must avoid because of the risk of damage or disturbance. (b)The trail route is then planned to develop a route or series of routes that offer a range of interesting places, views and atmosphere. The best or most dramatic features should be planned as a climax, such as the view