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First assess the worksite and make it a safe area to work
Make a plan that can be completed successfully
Start digging the foundation for the rock crib wall
After cutting the backslope
Spread the soil on the trail tread
Tamp the ground to compact the soil
Take a moment to appreciate your hard work that will last forever

Lynn Trail is the 2nd climb in the Shenandoah Mountain 100 bicycle route. It
is one heck of a challenging trail to climb. The Shenandoah Valley Bicycle
Coalition just reconstructed the rocky steep and very difficult to ride
switchback about half way up the trail. Thanks to Ed Sutton of Trail
Dynamics for coming out and volunteering with our local bicycle club. Trail
Dynamics just finish the work on lower Wolf Ridge Trail which is the descent
that bicycles use after the climb on Lynn Trail in the Shenandoah Mountain
100. The Wolf Ridge trail project was funded by a Recreational Trails
Program (RTP) grant that the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition was
awarded. The grant is administered through Virginia’s Department of
Conservation and Recreation and funded by the Federal Highway Administration
(FHWA). The funds are from the estimated tax from fuel that is not used on
our highways.

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