Like everyone else in this area, large outages and mucho debris. Enough to make your yard embarrassing, and enough to keep the trails unrideable. We spent nearly six hours today making make Horn Creek a rideable trail again. We love this trail!
Just like our yards and the roads around us, we would go a very short distance before we had to stop to clear off the debris. I know Michael had to fire up the chainsaw at least 20 times to take out trees and many more times to shorten limbs to make it manageable to move them off the trail. The gravel roads have a lot of trees down, too.
The parking lot and boat ramp have a few trees down:
Horn Creek is running high, too. I don't think I would want to cross it:
Last Edit: Feb 17, 2014 22:12:31 GMT -5 by yetichick
Rode here for the first time in a while and the trail was in great shape. It was also more fun than I remembered. Maybe it was the 29er wheels handling the roots better. Last ride here I was on a hardtail 26er. Thanks to the group that cleared it recently.