Granite is one of the hardest stones on the planet. But it will be easy for your facility to impress when you welcome users with a striking stone walkway.

Glacier Granite is a new alternative to the standard rotten granites and rustic granites currently on the market. It is a hard, long-lasting Wisconsin granite, priced affordably.

Golf course superintendents are using Glacier Granite for cartpaths. The solid surface drains fast after a downpour. The color looks outstanding next to the green turf.

Glacier Granite also packs firm on service paths, equipment parking lots, and driveways.

Park superintendents use the crushed stone for pathways and forest trails. Granite lasts longer than mulch and resists washing away.

Baseball field managers like the firm footing for their warning tracks. Some also use it in their dugouts and bullpen areas.

Want to see Glacier Granite being made? Check out our video.

Written by Dena DiVincenzo