This was a low key trail tidy session.
We started out by blocking a potential short cut on Piper’s hill with branches. The step jump then received a tune up. After that we removed some neck level wire from an old fence that was a bit close to the trail down near the triangle. We replaced it with more branches to block a short cut off the trail.
Then we did some more work on the triangle exit rock. This had already been built up on the previous build day but some of the rocks had slipped. We rebuilt the top level with some bulkier rocks and ended up with a much better feature.
Then we moved on to look at a new option for the trail. We cut back undergrowth to reveal a new line. This goes higher after two big berms and will give a longer, straighter run down the hill. We’re going to build a few wooden jumps along this line.
We drained out a puddle on the main track round the site (near the pond).
Finally some wheel barrow wheels were fixed following a trip to Bell Tyres.