(5) pines down, (4) cleared (thanks to mom-nature), they broke on fall - able to roll off trail. The (1) solid tree, 12", is 2 1/2 miles in counter clockwise (from campground entrance) near recent chain saw work - ridable, with chainring
Great conditions, minimal debris on trail, no soft spots, no mud - even with my `mud magnet Kenda Nevalgals..... clean bike upon exit.....
Last Edit: Sept 28, 2010 16:49:42 GMT -5 by rsmith
Thanks for the info, and the trail work. We are camping there this weekend and are really looking forward to getting in some laps. With only one remaining, and it sounding like a rider, I won't bother with the chainsaw.
Hey Bill, you know tourists..... always expecting perfect weather & conditions. Thanks for advice - your magic worked !
Update on Beaver:
(1) small double, too high, un-ridable, and (1) small 6" - suspended - I was unable to break to swing off trail. Both of these are mid trail...
Down on the berm along lake, large fallen pine - just crown landed on trail. I cleared a short 5 ft. divert around - but saw would be needed to retain the original "straight" line of the trail in this section.