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2 loading ramps fastened together might work okay. 1 to go down and 1 to go back up without stopping, getting in the water, and moving it to the other side. Neither one could go far when you were on the other one. You may need a little space between them so the approach angle isn't too steep when going from one to the other. 2 aluminum ramps like the 4' wide one I had are light enough to pick up and pull up over the bank by hand. That wouldn't cause any damage to the bank. You could even tie a rope onto the front of the first ramp and throw it across. That way when you got across you could flip it over onto the other one and pull them both out together, instead of dragging the second down the bank and all the way across the creek.
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