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Westside Overland Trail Conditions
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Re: Westside Overland Trail Conditions 4 years, 6 months ago #28358


Westside Trail M to S 3 years, 11 months ago #31061

Biked from M to S on Friday (4/25). Perfect conditions!

Re: Westside Overland Trail Conditions 2 years, 11 months ago #38263

Just spoke to a guy who rode it last night,, West Overland trail is doing well. dried up nicely,, he did not complain of blowdowns...

Re: Westside Overland Trail Conditions 2 years, 7 months ago #39209

The Westside Overland is in great shape. The Forestry folks installed some helpful trenches and some bridges to help with the chronic wet areas. There are minimal blowdowns, with the only major one between points R and S. I rode most of the trail this week, and I recommend riding everything between points J and S.


Re: Westside Overland Trail Conditions 1 year ago #43899

Just got word from someone who road West Overland out of Panama, although 3 blow downs, trails were fine, he went 14 miles. (7 out,, 7 back).... WNY is open for business.

Re: Westside Overland Trail Conditions 1 year ago #43901

What is the best way to get to Westside Overland? Are the trails fairly well marked? I have to head that way for work this week and thinking about bringing the bike along.
you just gotta give'r

Re: Westside Overland Trail Conditions 1 year ago #43905

Anyone know the best way to get there? I am going to be down there tomorrow as long as there is no rain I would like to get some miles on the trails...
you just gotta give'r

Re: Westside Overland Trail Conditions 11 months, 3 weeks ago #43962

Irish,,, sorry man didn't see your posting,, I know this is way too late... but, you can pick it up about 3 miles outside of Panama, NY

this map should show you a few places to park.

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