Presidio Coastal Trail (Completed Spring 2012)

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Phase II Completed at Muir Beach

Campbell Grading, Inc has officially completed the Phase II/2010 work at Muir Beach.

This phase included (all parts were design build):

Channel Design Progress at Muir Beach

The channel design in the upper alluvial fan is almost complete. Below are before/after photographs of the project site and a list of the constructed design features.

Dias Ridge is Sunset Magazine's "Favorite New Trail"

Campbell Grading, Inc's newest section of the Dias Ridge Trail was named by Sunset Magazine as "our favorite new trail" (September 2010, Editor's picks, page 32)!

See attachment for the full write-up.

Coastal Trail Re-route + Channel Deisgn

The new Coastal Trail re-route will open this weekend!

The above image shows the Coastal Trail re-route, the installed culvert, and how the newly constructed step pools will align with the channel design to be built on the lower portion of the site (the other side of the culvert) in the next two weeks.

Muir Beach Step Pools Completed

Campbell Grading, Inc. has completed the construction of eight step pools that were built to stabilize a large erosion gully up-stream from the Redwood Creek alluvial fan. Approximately 350 tons of rock in a variety of sizes (1/2 ton, 1/4 ton, head-size, and 3-9" rock) was used to construct the step pools.

New Muir Beach Project Featured on Wetland Podcast

Campbell Grading, Inc has begun a new project out at Muir Beach. It is a piece of the larger work on the Redwood Creek Watershed with the National Park Service and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy.

Sonoma Ridge Trail Completed

 The 1/2 mile portion of the Sonoma Ridge Trail in Jack London State Park was completed this week. Below are some before and after photographs of the new trail. 

Dias Ridge

Dias Ridge

Now that the summer is in full swing, go check out Campbell Grading Inc's 1.5 mile section of trail on Dias Ridge located near Muir Beach. The new trail begins at the trailhead across the street from the Pelican Inn on Hwy 1 and continues 1.5 miles up and along the beautiful, rocky ridge connecting with the Bay Area Ridge Trail.

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