Harris Hill Trail Conditions

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8 years 5 months ago #33413 by twright
twright replied the topic: Re: Eastside Overland Trail Conditions
Karl, glad you got a chance to ride, did you get all the trails in... I know still a bit confusing, but I am hoping by fall will have the last leg of green done so it won't have to share with orange..

hope you got to ride the virgin single track you to helped make happen. let me know when you are done again. as for trail days, probably checking on the facebook or site is the best,

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8 years 5 months ago #33401 by carlosralph
carlosralph replied the topic: Re: Eastside Overland Trail Conditions
I just wanted to commend Tom for all of the work that he has been doing on these trails. I was able to finally get out there and ride some of the singletrack a little this past weekend. After going out on July 4th to help out a bit with the trails, I couldn't wait to get back down there and ride. Nicole and I both had a blast out there. Let us know if you're doing any more trailwork and we'll see if we can come out and help again.
-Karl

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8 years 6 months ago #32952 by twright
twright replied the topic: Re: Eastside Overland Trail Conditions
I will prob. be there for about 3-4 hours,,, but if you have an hour or two. I can always use the help... some bring their bike to ride after a few hours of work... let me know if I should be looking for you

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8 years 6 months ago #32938 by Andrew Brautigam
Andrew Brautigam replied the topic: Saturday
I can come out on Saturday to do some work - How long do you anticipate being out?

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8 years 6 months ago #32933 by twright
twright replied the topic: Re: Eastside Overland Trail Conditions
glad you found the extension, and I will get up there and take care of the tree.. been working on some of the frequently wet areas while it's been nice and dry..

hope you get out there again and enjoy. working a bit on the trails this coming saturday. 830 at the yellow barrier on harris hill. between Rt 50 and 28 mile creek, if you are interested.

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8 years 6 months ago #32929 by singletrackbegginer
singletrackbegginer replied the topic: Re: Eastside Overland Trail Conditions
Also, not sure if i was off track or not but on the singletrack i came upon a fairly large tree down across one of the trails..i'm pretty sure it was on the blue trail though.

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8 years 6 months ago #32924 by singletrackbegginer
singletrackbegginer replied the topic: Re: Eastside Overland Trail Conditions
Rode from the parking area on harris hill and gerry ellington rd. picked up the Blue trail off the access road and then rode the green and the orange loop. Have to say i wasnt ready for the Orange Loop!! Trail conditions were perfect..Good job guys

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8 years 6 months ago #32805 by fat guy
fat guy replied the topic: Re: Eastside Overland Trail Conditions
We can give it a whirl, email it to fatbikeracer@hotmail.com , it will be interesting to see if you can find everything.

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8 years 6 months ago #32804 by Andrew Brautigam
Andrew Brautigam replied the topic: Re: Eastside Overland Trail Conditions
If you want a GPS track, I am planning on riding there on Friday morning (early) so I can send you the gpx track from my 305 if you want it.

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8 years 6 months ago #32793 by fat guy
fat guy replied the topic: Re: Eastside Overland Trail Conditions
Go to page 3 of this discussion, an older one is there. I will have a purty new google map as soon as I can get up there with the Gps sampling cranked up. Not sure where to find a map making expert with idle time.:shock: Basically head down the 1st gravel road you cross when starting at the south end. There is a also a singletrack connector at the top of the first climb that used to have a sign, but it was within drunk walking distance of the end p-lot so it got stolen.

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8 years 6 months ago #32792 by Andrew Brautigam
Andrew Brautigam replied the topic: Re: Eastside Overland Trail Conditions

fat guy wrote: There have been maps posted here and they are also on the Harris Hill facebook page, you will never find them all on your own without a map.


There isn't a map on this website that shows the trails. The FB page is more helpful. Maybe that map should be posted here?

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8 years 6 months ago #32790 by fat guy
fat guy replied the topic: Re: Eastside Overland Trail Conditions
There have been maps posted here and they are also on the Harris Hill facebook page, you will never find them all on your own without a map.

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