Harris Hill Trail Conditions

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6 years 8 months ago #32790 by fat guy
There have been maps posted here and they are also on the Harris Hill facebook page, you will never find them all on your own without a map.

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6 years 8 months ago #32782 by Andrew Brautigam
Why can't I find this mythical singletrack?

I've ridden and run the whole of the eastside overland trail, and I haven't seen hide nor hair of anything resembling singletrack. Help me!

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6 years 8 months ago #32656 by twright
lower overland, R to V plus extension is dry, county has been tossing slag in the low areas on the trail so it ain't bad at all.

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6 years 11 months ago #30504 by nivek
I was up there the other day with the dogs {Wednesday} They got a little muddy. Not too bad though. I need to get my bike tore down, clearcoated, back together and over to Hollyloft still.

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6 years 11 months ago #30502 by bodie6
Conditions were awesome today from Point R to Point V (thanks to the great weather). Ventured over the the singletrack, but it still needs time to dry out.

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6 years 11 months ago #30342 by bodie6
Was up by Ruttenbur today (3/27), and I decided to ride a bit on the trail (point H). Surprisingly, it was rideable due to the ground still being frozen. Although the top layer was soggy, I didn't encounter any major mud holes. But that's not to say I emerged from the trail as clean as when I entered.

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