this rock has been in the middle of our trail for the past year and we finally moved the sucker to complete the road gap step up to connect the upper and lower section of the Sentinel.
so if you cant sink it, and if you can't break it, winch it. we used a 5000lb come-a-long 2 tow straps and a whole load of safety straps. use trees as anchors with tree straps as to not damage the tree and be very cautious to secure all the straps so if something slips its either tied down or roped to.
so heres a photo directive of how we moved it and the completed section of trail.
the rock in question
Tipping it up
wedged on its end
surfs up, (it still wouldn't move)
the rock in its final resting place
workin the lip
the drop into the road gap
looking off the drop
pulling dirt away from the sub frame to build the main frame
the finished landing and gap
Kyle getting his Matt Hunter on/
the full gap
looking back at the run out.
it was to bright for any really good photos but heres a few quick shots form Kyle Griner.
me on the hip
Kyle coming up the road gap
Eric coming up the road gap
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