I've got a cabin in the backwoods off of an abandoned logging trail/access road that is not maintained by the government anymore. There is virtually no direct road access to the cabin, as you can only drive so far before the road ceases to exist, and then we have to hump the rest of the way in.
Anyways the roads that exist don't deserve the name, and it's up to the cabin owners to keep them in a functional state. Usually we bring clippers and chain saws and whatnot to clear the paths, but i don't like carrying up all that gear, especially if I'm not planning on doing maintenance. I was thinking of getting a machete, just a single piece of equipment that will suffice for 90% of the time.
I have been thinking of a bolo, latin or kukri style machete. I need something to cut back brust, and small trees. - SD is not a major concern, and neither are hunting applications like skinning. this would be a brush clearer tool, possibly with wood-cutting.
Does anyone have a preference? Types (bolo, kukri, latin, other)
Any suggestions on types or brands? I don't know much about what good brands are out there.
Price is to be under $100. Thanks.
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