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3 years 10 months ago #43974 by pmac225
Absolutely, I put a 90min ride together tonight and stayed out of the muck. The high sides of the ravine were good as well as the trails with the new bridges. i wouldn't venture to far beyond those at this point, but it's shaping up well. And the creek was cross-able without getting wet.

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3 years 10 months ago #43970 by Jon Sundquist
What trails were you on? Conditions at Hunters can vary widely from trail to trail during the spring. There's probably a ton that are too wet to ride, but many (such as the pink trail and the green trail (the one on the east side) usually dry up pretty quick. Others, such as Yellow (Mirkwood, both sides of that tributary creek) no so quick.

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3 years 10 months ago #43969 by TJ_Zydel
i rode this week wednesday after it rained during the week and it was bad. lots of blow down and sporadic mud pits and rutted up areas from heavy foot traffic as well as bikes widening the trail. I'm staying away till some work beta done and it dries up. couldn't get any flow going. hike a bike sucks. maybe its better this weekend?

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3 years 10 months ago #43963 by drabb
Sweet, good news.

For anybody who has odd hours, I'll be rolling out of the lower lot Friday around 9:30 am

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3 years 10 months ago #43961 by kb voodoo

drabb wrote: Anybody that has been out there this spring care to share conditions?? Remember, sharing is caring.


I was there Sunday afternoon. Rode from the lower lot and did not cross the creek. It was pretty much dry except for a few small mudholes.

It rained Sunday night and part of Monday, but I wouldn't hesitate to ride there today. Just use common sense and ride through the middle of any muddy spots.

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3 years 10 months ago #43959 by drabb
Anybody that has been out there this spring care to share conditions?? Remember, sharing is caring.

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