As a specialist in remote area projects, we work hard to reduce our environmental disruption.
Together with minimal impact systems, our infrastructure is carefully selected to make light work (and a light footprint) of even the most isolated and challenging projects.
This ensures the only thing we leave behind is a trail that will be enjoyed for generations.
At Mtn. Trails, we incorporate age-old craftsmanship into every design project.
Tried and tested techniques such as dry stone dyking are used to craft elegant structures which will be there for years to come.
For example, the ‘dry-stone arch bridge’ uses stone masonry and traditional construction methods to transport visitors across water.
It’s all in the details.
Our machinery includes excavators, power carriers, chainsaws, brush cutters, winches, generators, compaction plates, compressors and power tools. We also own a fleet of vehicles and storage containers to transport freight between sites.
Our fully qualified team is skilled in operating this equipment, which increases on-site productivity and means no project is too complex.
All equipment is serviced and maintained on a regular basis to ensure safety and reliability.
Vehicles for remote areas
At Mtn. Trails, we use helicopters to transport equipment and materials to and from work sites. This means access to even the most remote locations is both achievable and effortless.
Our strong relationships with independent contractors ensure construction sites can be set up, dismantled and relocated at any time. By using helicopters, we can ensure every project is efficient, cost-effective and environmentally friendly.
All aircraft operations satisfy Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) and risk assessments.