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Sideling tracks are sustainable and
the views are better!
ridge line The highest points of a long hill or a spur leading to the top. Ridge lines are not good places for tracks as water tends to drain along the track
An alignment on a hillslope of less than 15 that will establish satisfactorily through continued use (without mechanical benching)
Walkers navigate their own way following an obvious trail supported by trackmarkers and track notes
set-out After flagging, the route is identified by easily visible pegs and/or range poles, so that track development keeps on line
sideling A track which exploits the side of a hill rather than ridge lines or drainage lines
A wire peg with a plastic flag which is useful for defining proposed track alignments in open areas
  ... walkers don't need graded tracks ...