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Latest Hunters Conditions 2 months 6 days ago #44943

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A lot wetter today than last Sunday, But not terrible.
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Latest Hunters Conditions 2 months 1 week ago #44942

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Rode last Sunday and except from the parking lot to the woods, the trails were in wonderful shape. I wonder if I can expect the same today. Seems like no one ever posts any conditions anymore?
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Latest Hunters Conditions 4 months 5 days ago #44934

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rode Hunters on Tues and conditions are very good. I did not ride down by the creek or on the east side, but was very happy to see some of the blowdown that was present as early as July cleared out. Get out and ride!
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Latest Hunters Conditions 6 months 1 week ago #44928

Big T-storm last night in EA. Radar says Hunters got it too. Ground was still wet this morning in my yard. Maybe give it a couple of days to re-dry.
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Latest Hunters Conditions 6 months 1 week ago #44926

Trails in good shape last night. Only one with real problems is the orange trail north (downhill) from the pipeline. At least the boardwalk parts there are dry ;) I got rained on biking into work today, but I checked the radar and it seems that T-storm mostly passed north of the park, so things should still be good to go. Remember - don't widen the trail!! If there is mud, ride straight through it!!
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Latest Hunters Conditions 6 months 1 week ago #44923

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Rode last night. The trails were surprisingly good. I didn't venture into any of the more sensitive areas except Mirkwood. The lower half of that was great, but I reached a large fallen log, then about 20-30 yards later the trail was washed out...turned back.
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