Ive been pushing a path into our nieghboring woods for a while, getting side tracked quite a bit. Ran into old bamboo piles, grade changes, rock out croppings. Finally at the old garden area that is completely over grown. It was a large probably 200-ft by 200-ft clearing on a slope that had a path going down to the stream at the bottom of the valley. So far I have been using the bucket and bulldozing the crap out of the way and pushing it to the side. This however has left me with a dirt trail. This land is owned by a neighbor however this portion is an easement granted to the neighborhood for an old horse path. My thought was to bush hog this with the MX-6 however I'm leery what I'm going to run into back there. Stumps, fence posts, rocks etc. I would have no choice based on the slope but to back into the brush. This would leave the vegitation on the ground. The other option is to doze it out with the bucket and pull it back with the grapple to chop up with the bush hog in the clearing, but this will leave me with a bunch of raw disturbed land and I would kind of like to avoid that. Do you think I can back the rotary cutter into this debris up high and slowly to get a better feel for it? Its up to 6' tall.