How to Present a Pedestrian Walk in Your Garden
A pedestrian walk is one of garden elements which are a must-have element to be installed in the public gardens. It’s for people who want to do a sports activity. But, you can have a pedestrian walk in your home garden to connect one area to another. For example, is connecting a patio with your carport.
When walking in the pedestrian walk, the primary consideration is about a comfort and safety. So, how to have a comfy pedestrian walk? This article will give you the answer by some explanations below.
Define the track pattern of your pedestrian walk to make you can feel comfortable when walking here. You should make the curves and shapes of the pedestrian walk as smooth as possible, therefore when you have a quick walk or just jog, you still feel the comfort. Also, avoid designing a pedestrian trail which has hairpin curves.
Even though the pedestrian walk only props a light load and has light traffic, it’s better for you to make a sturdy foundation make the track surface stable. The inveterate infrastructure which has a size about 10 to 15 cm to the ground is strong enough to hold the load.
Due to the outdoor feature, weather often makes the track becomes slippery and mossy. Therefore, choose a cover material which is anti-slip, such as concrete block, coral stone, and natural stone. If you want to plaster the pedestrian walk, you should make the track surface becomes textured.
Avoid the dark corner
It’s because the dark corner can trigger the damp and moss, so you have to create the pedestrian walk in a particular area that always exposed to sunlight.
Usually, people cover the track surface by making gravure model. You can do the same to make your pedestrian walk becomes enticing.
Create a walkway in your garden! Besides it can make your garden more inviting, it also offers you an exclusive track that can be used for jogging or getting closer to your beloved garden. And don’t forget to design the walkway as pretty as possible to harmonize the beauty of your garden itself.