Salmon Ridge

Sizes: 1" - 7"
Unit of Sale: Ton
Salmon Ridge contains a dominant pinkish-tan blend with varying shades of tans, light grays and streaks of black through out. A very unique earth tone color scheme that blends well with more modern, non-traditional landscape settings. Salmon Ridge is also available in large stone slabs for stairs and walkway surfaces that look great with a matching retaining wall.

Dry Stacked Natural Stone Walls add a timeless beauty to your landscape.

If built properly, Dry Stacked Natural Stone Walls will last for hundreds of years with no maintenance.

Dry Stacked Natural Stone Walls become stronger over time as interlocking stones and gravity settles the walls.

Dry Stacked Natural Stone Walls won’t fade and its beauty is only enhanced by time.

Construction of Dry Stacked Natural Stone Walls can be done in almost any weather because there’s no mortar and the materials are all natural.



Type - Natural Face and Broken Edge Wall Stone

Natural Retaining Wall Stone: Yield Calculation Instructions

Packaging & Handling

Palletize Wall Stone, most Pallets are 3000 lbs. 1½ tons.


Type - Natural Face and Broken Edge Wall Stone

Yield Calculation

A3 Ft. (+)
B2-3 Ft.
C2 Ft. (-)
Example Wall: Wall is 18 feet long, 30 inches high and 18 inches thick.

(Include in wall height any portion of wall required to be buried below ground.)

Step 1: Determine type of wall that you are building. Select wall type row A, B or C from the above chart based on the wall's height. Find the wall's material yield which is calculated as Square Feet per Ton of Wall Face.

Example: Wall is a Type B wall which is 45 SF and has a yield of 12 Square Feet per Ton. (Note: Make sure thickness of wall at it's base is as indicated on above chart.)

Step 2: Determine tons of wall stone required to build wall. In this case Square Feet of Wall ÷ Square Feet per Ton = Tons of Wall Stone 45 Square Feet ÷ 12 Square Feet per Ton = 3.75 Tons of Stone.

Summary: Square footage of wall (Wall's Face) Length of Wall x Height of Wall = Square Feet of Wall 18 feet long x 2.5 feet high = 45 Square Feet (Note: Make sure wall length and height are both calculated in feet.)
Use the average wall height if this varies throughout the length of the wall.

Salmon Ridge
2" - 4"
4" - 6"