Hunter's Creek Tour Guide

5 years 1 month ago #44790 by YelliSkully
YelliSkully created the topic: Hunter's Creek Tour Guide
Hello all.

I just moved to the area from NC and am looking for someone who knows Hunter's Creek to give me a tour. I'm more used to continuous loops in the trail systems back home and may need a guide out there based on what I can tell from the map. I also just discovered that I'm extremely allergic to these damn Buffalo bees earlier in the week and had the pleasure of making a trip to Mercy Ambulatory Care for an epi and IV - so I don't want to venture out on my own the first time.

I'm looking to ride Sunday am or early in the week (M-W). I'm an intermediate to advanced rider but am willing to take on any pace (preferably social) to learn the trail. I'm in East Aurora and will have my new epipen kit in my pack ready to explore some new dirt. I love the area so far and am looking forward to meeting some of you and getting involved in the local club/scene.


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