Trail Layout and Corridor Flagging
Moving from conceptual design to actual trail layout is work in the field. Using the previously created GPS maps, the trail corridor is confirmed. Sometimes this means changing the alignment slightly to suit the terrain. A corridor is flagged with tape to show the general path the trail will take. If changes were made to the alignment, GIS maps are updated. Finally, to prepare for construction, flag pins are put in the ground showing the exact routing of the trail.
Some say building trails is like creating artwork. We believe that to be true! At Planet Zero Gravity, we love the outdoors and are avid hikers and bikers. We know what makes a great trail design. Check out some of our recent trail projects.