Definitions for "Skid trail"
A temporary, non-structural pathway over forest soil for dragging felled trees or logs to a landing for processing.
a random pathway travelled by ground skidding equipment while moving trees or logs to a landing. A skid trail differs from a skid road in that stumps are cut very low and the ground surface is mainly untouched by the blades of earth moving machines.
A temporary, nonstructural pathway over forest soil used to drag felled trees or logs to the landing.