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4 years 4 months ago #43174 by Scotto
Sasquatch photo on Facebook, PHOTO

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4 years 5 months ago #42820 by barkeater
Rode there on Mon afternoon. Trails in great shape. Did notice a tree down along the trail between 23 and 21 (closer to 23). Not too big and would only need to be de-branched to allow riders through. Played tour guide to a fellow visiting from Canada (Toronto area). He said he really liked the trail system and would def come back again.

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4 years 6 months ago #42697 by pmac225
Rode Hunter's this morning. In great shape...trails are firm and the recent rain look care of the dust. Leaf cover is still light.

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4 years 6 months ago #42616 by irishman13
Took the pooches for a walk this morning from the lower lot. The trails still in great shape after the rain yesterday. Very little mud, still extremely firm but slick do to the rain..Leaves are starting to cover the trails :o

you just gotta give'r

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4 years 6 months ago #42564 by Adroit Rider
Just spent three hours covering every single nook and cranny of Hunters Creek. It was my first time there in about 15 years and I tip my hat to the WNYMBA and the individuals who have turned Hunters into a detestation trail that can be navigated with a map and compass.

It is hard to say what my favorite parts were but here are a few:
  • Riding the Orange from 42 to the lower lot was nice and flowy
  • Riding up Red from the water to 25/26/21 and realizing this was the downhill that gave me Elvis Knee back in the day
  • Riding (primarily down) 19-15-14-22-21-23-27-26-25-24 (there is a tree down on Green!)


I am in the process of planning a fall trip from the Midwest and Brown County/Mohican/Eville/Hunters are all unique and worth visiting.

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4 years 6 months ago #42555 by drabb
Covered all of orange and parts of green/yellow, and things off of the main lot are still in very good shape.

Dry and dusty - get some.

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