Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! This was kind of an unlucky tree that fell. Two of them, and they just layed right down through trail long ways. Even followed a bend in the trail, the way they layed. Anyway, I rode in with one person, and a couple others hiked. 1 load to carry the tools. We moved it in a couple hours with some prepwork, one cut, a size 32 grip and a bit of riggin' This is a couple years old. Only got so many pics but I think they tell the basic outline anyway. Three good helpers True temper zenith double, plumb kentucky, Council pulaski 7' Simonds Here we are getting it ready. I've rigged it with a wrap, cut a tree out that was going to block us, and the others are swamping out the last bit. It's a big log. I'm standing on the trail, which grades around right under the mess. Change of direction Full wrap, to get it rolling The box Our cut, after we rolled it. About 30" or 32" Took care of most of it right there with the first pull. But we rigged up on the other side and put that broken off chunk by in the backgound, between the two guys, below the trail. Like that. Then some spit and polish This is right where I was standing in the first pic of it at the top of the post Packed it all back on the mules and head home.