Alright, I'll start with this one.
In behind Mt. Washington on Vancouver Island, I came across this rotted bridge that was just asking to be crossed. I got a little wet trying to ride across on the way back out, (I walked / slid the bike across the first time). Quaders had nailed rungs down to get enough traction as the bridge was insanely steep. Even with moving some of the rungs to my likings it still offered little to no traction on the cresote wood. Somehow I saved the bike from going into the creek and even ended up on the adjacent runner. Wished I had caught it on camera.
Scoping out from the far side on the way in.
Heading back out. Removed rungs from the RH side and nailed them down onto the other side. They just tore out.
I now pack 3 climbing pulleys and rope incase I need a hoist out of a sticky situation.