A half-dozen deadfall trees were cleared from the Switchback Trail.
Below are a couple before and after photos.
Numerous deadfalls were sawn and removed from both the Elk Springs Trail and the Echo-Broken Leg Trail above it. Below are a couple examples:
A very limby deadfall was cleared to prevent an ugly detour developing around it.
One deadfall across the trail was made into a curb helping keep the trail on the hillside.
A half-dozen switchbacks were restored in the upper reaches of the Peters Ridge Trail, at the head of Browns Gulch.
A small bridge/crib was required on the uppermost switchback, shown here, where the trail had caved and been worn away due to a shortcut.
Major brushing was done with hand loppers on the Peterson Creek Trail, cutting back evergreen ceanothus in the old Red Owl burn.
Major brushing was done with hand loppers on the Broken Leg Trail in Wolf Creek Canyon.
Deadfall trees were sawn and/or rolled off the Peters Ridge Trail.
A large root wad of a blown down tree was trimmed back and the trail tread restored where the trail was being run off the hillside.
Numerous blown down trees were removed from the Strawberry Lake Trail.
Large water bars were dug to get storm water out of the rut in the old skid road that is the first portion of the Peters Ridge Trail.
Troublesome rocks were removed and tread re-dug on the long traverse to Strawberry Lake.