The trails have reported their own conditions to us! How nice! A note from the trails –
I know you are all dying to get out and come see me and I can’t wait to see you too, but please don’t hurry to do so and wreck the fragile trails that are overall wet and soft given the rain yesterday and the continued thawing/melting process. Give the ways to access me time to dry out – please.
Bear Meadows Rd: ice covered with two ruts with running water up to the dirt section that is then clear but wet and muddy.
Lornberger: very wet and soft and susceptible to ruts even from a Fatbike – as usual this time of year. The lower part of Chute has a nice downhill ice slide to the road on the upper portion soft and wet.
Tussey Ridge: clear except for the half a dozen or more trees down (some of these will need the big chain saw) and the blown “tumble” weed, but getting there is the issue.
For Tussey: Corner Rd is partially clear with some snow patches but very soft in parts. Dylan’s path is soft with 2-3 snow patches. Tuxedo is soft and has at least one tree down.
North Meadows Rd: snow/ice covered – packed snow from all the snowshoe activity.
Upper Lornberger: unknown
Greenshoot: clear up to Bald Knob and across Bald Knob is clear as is Maguire. Maguire is soft in the lower sections in the trees – please let me dry out.
Lower: icy covered around Maguire and down to Shingletown and upto the connector to Greenshoot. Then Lower is super soft and snow covered in sections.
Charcoal flats – Shingletown Gap: one word… MUD
Coopers Gap, Beautiful and Deer tick: clear, with Deer Tick soft in the lower regions, Coopers Gap Rd still has ice in sections