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Flagging locates the pilot track
Establishing a pilot track
pilot track follows the line defined by flagging and minimal clearance allows workers access for additional development as required.
prove the preferred option, by re-walking the route, avoiding major trees and rock outcrops to find simple, unobtrusive solutions.
natural drainage lines can be exploited to drain the track by ensuring the track dips into them when approaching or leaving.
for further development, the track edge is marked on lower, outer edge with PIN MARKERS (see ) at up to 10m intervals. They stay in place until the track is formed.
or use 10mm x 500mm steel pegs to support 13mm x 2m PVC RANGE POLES. These assist in accurate definition over long distances or in scrub.
  Follow the lie of the land, no twists and turns ...