GoldenGoose wrote:What kills me about the wooden water bars is the fact that they rot out and turn to mush seemingly quickly. I'm guessing they use pine because of the abundance in many locations but cedar would last so much longer since it's naturally resistant to rot and insects.
CFM wrote:Here's a link to the Trail Construction and Maintenance Notebook created by the USFS. The entire book can be accessed on line. It has a lot of good information although I don't agree with everything covered (the use of waterbars for instance).
http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/environment/rec ... 06/toc.cfm
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