Trail is in great shape, getting a decent amount of use. I didn't lose the trail once on Saturday's ride due to leaf cover!
All the creek crossings are wet.
1 or 2 downed trees on the back entrance singletrack, will need a saw.
4 spots of downed trees that are non-riders on the Rock Dam trail, all less than 2 miles (I think) from the back entrance going CCW.
2 decent size trees down on the double track off Ridge Rd. If those get cut, please leave some of the tree on the double track so we can ride them. The first one is an easy rider for me, about a foot in diameter. The one furthest down the hill is a rider 2 out of 3 times ;D It's bigger (not sure how big, but the top of it is a few inches above the wheel axle on my 29er), and it's slightly elevated above the tread, but there's a rideable line on the left, so cut it on the right. I know the park/COE may come through and cut them all completely off, but till they do...
Last Edit: Jan 16, 2012 17:27:33 GMT -5 by dgaddis1
Ken Young said the trail was in good shape at the meeting on Weds.
It was OK at best. Alot of overgrowth all over. When you come in from Keg and go right in the loop, you start with 3-4 stops for trees not rideable. But that settles down after a while and it is just slightly overgrown, primitive Mistletoe at its finest.
It was good to get back out after 3ish months of not getting out.
Post by dsquaredmsquared on Nov 11, 2012 13:51:13 GMT -5
JP3 and I did the Christmas Party ride this morning and both Keg Creek and Mistletoe were in excellent condition. Not sure who has been maintaining the main trails within Mistletoe (Ken and Friends of Mistletoe? Ranger?), but you're doing a great job. Thanks.
Do you enjoy our trails?
If so, can you volunteer 5 hours for trail work in 2015 or, if you're too busy, donate $50 to SORBAcsra?