Question re laying brick/paver walkway on slope
I hope someone can point me in the right direction on this project! My husband and I have a 30 ft walkway from our drive way to our front steps. He recently had the old broken concrete pulled up when we had grading work done on our gravel drive. Now we are trying to figure out how to lay a brick or paver walkway in its stead. The problem is that it is not exactly level. In fact there is a drop of approximately 14-16 inches from drive to stairs spread over the 30 foot length. We have done a fair amount of research on how to lay a walkway, but most suggest laying the base material and leveling the area. This is NOT possible. Do we just lay the brick as one would normally, aware that there is a slope? Also, due to the slope (we are on a slight hill) we do get a lot of drainage down that walk/hill. Should we just go with concrete and abandon the idea of brick?