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Allegany State Park Trail Conditions
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Re: Allegany State Park Trail Conditions 3 years, 7 months ago #35029

the trails make for some good ridin'.
parked the car where the road is closed and rode the bike up patterson to snowsnake. then sweetwater, christian hollow, leonard run, ridge and the ski hill. with golden leaves on the ground, you can see lines for a long way. had to shift to the granny gear to get up the first snowsnake climb but then double rung ev'rything else. by the time christian rolled around, the 32x11* had become the chosen gear for my modified singlespeed sunday (it may look like a drinking contest but it's actually a solemn religious ceremony). rode it all the way to the end.
for the record, patterson up to snowsnake, snowsnake and sweetwater are all clear. christian hollow, leonard, ridge and the downhill course all have some heavy blowdown making the trails unrideable in places.

*that's a 5.5 gain ratio.
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Re: Allegany State Park Trail Conditions 1 year, 3 months ago #43477


Re: Allegany State Park Trail Conditions 1 year, 3 months ago #43481

Jon Sundquist wrote:

Best conditions I have ever seen. Soo much fun!
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Re: Allegany State Park Trail Conditions 1 year, 3 months ago #43482

I camped there all weekend, tons of snow!
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