Gravel Pathway w/part slight slope - How to add steps??
I put in a 35' gravel pathway that's 3 feet wide as you can see in the pictures below. Most of it is pretty flat and compacted, except approximately the last 10 feet. Because it is sloped on that portion, the gravel is loose and it has become dangerous to walk on. I've tried a couple things (as you can see), to see if there is an easy fix. The concrete square gets gravel on it and becomes slippery. The bricks are too narrow and I don't like the look and it is still slanted and slippery.
What I want to do is put in maybe 3 or 4 wide steps, not too difficult an installation. Possibly some kind of wood strips (redwood) or stepping stones. The pathway would have to be leveled out for each step, maybe a square wood border with gravel filled in the middle for each step. Or, possibly a stone or brick outline. Or, maybe a somewhat large piece of flagstone for each step, but it would have to be light enough for DH & I to carry. Once the area is leveled, the gravel could be compacted and it would stay that way. I've looked online but have not seen anything that matches my problem.
Does anyone have any suggestions?