Dig Dug Mini Digging

Machine on hillside Track from bottom to top Track showing gravel use techniques Section of track showing 6 bends
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An access path is built when a bulldozer or excavator, for one reason or another, is not suited for a track from A to B. An example of this can be if a road is built wide enough for a vehicle, many trees will normally be removed. An access path can ONLY be traversed by foot, horse, ATV and motorcycle. These paths are typically 5-6 feet wide.

Access paths can be built in steep or dense country, requiring only the minimal removal of undergrowth - winding between established larger vegetation and trees.

The rotary hoe attachment followed with the 4-1 bucket can also create paths suitable for laying concrete, crushed gravel, decorative pebbles etc.