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Spencer Park Trail Conditions 8 years 2 months ago #13418

Forum for discussing Trail Conditions at Spencer Park (and other stuff :wink: )
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Re: Spencer Park Trail Conditions 8 years 1 month ago #13487

If people are looking for a good map of Harriet Hollister Spencer, this weekend is your big chance. There is a ski orienteering meet there this weekend, with a brand new map by either the Rochester or the CNY O clubs, both top notch people who would put nothing less than a great map together.

Here are the details:

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 11
Harriet Hollister Spencer State Park, Canadice, NY. Registration and Starts: noon-1:30pm Meet Director: Eric Barbehenn, 585-383-4413, eric@johnmyersphoto.com

I can't make it (swim meets to go watch), but go even even if you've never Ski-O'd before. It is a lot of fun, and HHS is a great place to ski.

And you get a great map (I wouldn't be able to post it here due to copyright issues, although if someone grabs one, I can always ask).
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Re: Spencer Park Trail Conditions 7 years 7 months ago #15430

Suicide 6 is done and what an AWESOME day of racing! The course (WNYMBRO approved) is in perfect shape. This is an excellent place for riding, even better for racing.
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harriett hollister 6 years 11 months ago #18201

gates are open; trails are vary dry and all cleared :D
Bob
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Re: Spencer Park Trail Conditions 6 years 9 months ago #19398

weather is not helping, wet
Bob
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Re: Spencer Park Trail Conditions 6 years 8 months ago #19739

some sticky mud areas but mostly dry.
Bob
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