With views of all the surrounding hills, this older home had 1 major problem, access. The only way up to the home was 122 steps, which were a combination of concrete, brick, railroad ties, dirt, and gravel. The access was a 13’ wide easement from the street elevation up to the house. This Hill Hiker system is 180’ of travel, and features 3’ wide track and a 5’X8’ car, large enough for a wheelchair and several other people. We had to complete this concrete work without excavating on the neighboring properties. Over 300 yards of concrete were poured here, and all retaining walls were formed single sided. The catalyst for this project was the homeowners recently had twins. The previous unsafe steps were no longer an option. This project gained a lot of attention from neighbors and people passing by. Another example of a major access problem solved with a Hill Hiker.