This hitch the crew worked on numerous different projects. They logged out a mile in the dome wilderness, built a retaining wall at spence springs and built two switchbacks on the Pines trail on Cochiti Mesa. This worksite is right on the edge of the Valles Caldera, the site of a prehistoric super-volcano. Thankfully for us it is quite extinct.
The first switchback was built to be very mountain bike friendly, the second was built with a large retaining wall holding back the upper part of the tread. Both were previously constructed with cinderblocks.
This project was a brainteaser that trailworkers love. It required everybody's input and communication to accomplish what we did.