Ellicottville Conditions

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4 months 1 week ago #45002 by pmac225
pmac225 replied the topic: Ellicottville Conditions
Thanks Jon, Unfortunately, there will be many stops to wait up for her.

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4 months 1 week ago #45001 by Jon Sundquist
Jon Sundquist replied the topic: Ellicottville Conditions
Just keep moving. Don't stop and the flies won't bother you ;-)
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4 months 1 week ago #45000 by pmac225
pmac225 replied the topic: Ellicottville Conditions
I am hoping to take my exchange student tomorrow, but I am concerned about the black flies. Can anyone give me an update on this?

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5 months 1 day ago #44991 by dmarsh15
dmarsh15 replied the topic: Ellicottville Conditions
Rode Eville last Sunday. Conditions were perfect even after the little bit of rain in the morning. Although it did rain, hail and then got hot and sunny during the ride. Nice work keeping the trails maintained. Here was my loop: connect.garmin.com/modern/activity/1733590403

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5 months 3 weeks ago #44982 by rideon
rideon replied the topic: Ellicottville Conditions
I have rode the last 3 weekends trails are surprisingly dry as of 4/21/17

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5 months 4 weeks ago #44981 by bodie6
bodie6 replied the topic: Ellicottville Conditions
Blowdowns at Eville by GPS coordinates. Some require chainsaw, others a handsaw. The two biggest are on Rim and South Pale Ale. They are gigantic and may require a reroute. Trails are mid-season dry, but there's quite a bit of debris (sticks). Leaf-blowing will take care of it.
N42 14.237 W78 39.786
N42 14.135 W78 39.742
N42 14.223 W78 39.876
N42 14.328 W78 39.899
N42 14.424 W78 40.216
N42 14.201 W78 40.777
N42 14.317 W78 40.596
N42 14.465 W78 40.685
N42 14.100 W78 41.551
N42 14.067 W78 41.511
N42 14.019 W78 41.427
N42 13.979 W78 41.401
N42 13.865 W78 41.498
N42 13.681 W78 41.220
N42 14.158 W78 41.747
N42 12.888 W78 43.669
N42 12.972 W78 42.757
N42 13.269 W78 42.503
N42 13.516 W78 42.495
N42 13.563 W78 42.402
N42 14.669 W78 40.546

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