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08 | 09 | '14
I went for my first ride at Moss Lk. yesterday. Printed out the map and was glad to have it on the maze of intersecting roads and hard to find trails. Thanks to those who have worked out there and marked many of the trails. I rode throught the gate...
Submitted by jimd on 08/10/2014
08 | 07 | '14
My friend and I rode the two main trail which were mainly flat and nothing exciting. There were other small trail that were more fun, but it is mostly flat there.
Submitted by katzemat on 08/08/2014
08 | 08 | '14
Standard loop now with picking up PBR off the third switch back on Preston. Just like getting a powder day with this new option and cutting out the road climb on the crossover. Flow and tech similar to Fully Rigid and Joy Ride but with much better si...
Submitted by rock gnome on 08/08/2014
This is one of my favorite trails.  The upper section of trail was in amazing shape, dry with good climbing traction and not too loose.  The trail below the Fawn Ridge roads are in pretty bad shape.  The logging a few years ago left th...
Submitted by trees4me on 08/08/2014
I'd never ridden here before, it was a nice mix of fast wider trails with some gems of singletrack.  Definitely take the map, and keep a lookout for turns as some trails are overgrown a bit and others are wide/obvious.  This was a good plac...
Submitted by trees4me on 08/08/2014
 
Did the loop CCW. Going up Northway there are signs of heavy horse usage.  Trail has been brushed - not sure if this was done this year or late last year but not so overgrown. They are blasting/jackhammering the top of Powder Bowl so have close...
Submitted by jackd49 on 08/08/2014
08 | 02 | '14
G-Man and the crew had a very productive work party on Osborne Mountain trail, at the very end of the trail as it comes back into Big Creek CG after long and fast descent.  Working with Ranger Rick from the Forest Service, the crew cleared +/- 1...
Submitted by Bruiser on 08/07/2014
Rode skookum yesterday and there was a larg tree down, I had to get off my bike and duck under it. Possibly push your bike up it and ride down it if your feelig gnarly!
Submitted by JibLurkerPNW on 08/07/2014
Rode Spring Lake trails for the first time. Some observations: Park at the State fish boat launch - but you will need a permit to park there. A few spots to park at the trail head which is just opposite the launch, but wonder about security. Trai...
Submitted by ziggev on 08/07/2014
08 | 04 | '14
Rode from the main TH almost all the way up to the Lava Caves. Trail is entirely rideable; the only section of hike-a-bike starts about 2.5 miles in and ends at about the 3 mile mark and it is only because of the steepness of the grade. There are min...
Submitted by josefski on 08/06/2014
08 | 06 | '14
Dry and awesome! The trails are in good shape (they get really wet in the winter) but they are completely dry right now. As always at Banner, watch out for horses and walkers. Throw your iPod on and go have fun! Banner is perfect if you want a carefr...
Submitted by Tom_me11 on 08/06/2014
08 | 05 | '14
This dry weather has resulted in a particularly fast and furious season for Tiger; no mud anywhere.  Soo good, just keep hitting the "replay" button on it.
Submitted by r1de on 08/05/2014
07 | 27 | '14
We did the "Shuttle" option!  Did the usual route to the lake but mixed it up on the way back.  Here is a quick map of the route we took from the lake to exit 42. It is a very straight forward ride with no real chance to get lost. From the...
Submitted by Wormlord on 08/05/2014
08 | 01 | '14
Starting to get a little loose in places; no moisture anywhere.
Submitted by r1de on 08/01/2014
 
I did a point to point ride from Haney Meadows and Mt. Lillian up to Tronsen Ridge and down to Red Hill trail and then onto Red Hill Spur to Devils Gulch.  I started around 1:00 and it was roughly 78-80° at Haney Meadows; much nicer th...
Submitted by DRSpalding on 08/01/2014
 

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07 | 29 | '14
Sometimes you just need a shift-free hammerfest in the solitude of the back yard forest. Today was one of those days...  Soaring Eagle delivered the stress-relief I was after! Trails are prime, hardly anybody in there, and weather is perfect.
Submitted by r1de on 07/29/2014
07 | 21 | '14
Was unsure how Preston would be flowing with the recent rains, but pleasantly surprised!  A teeny bit slick on the summit trail, but otherwise perfect tack and no mud anywhere.  Rode everything except Iverson.
Submitted by r1de on 07/21/2014
07 | 17 | '14
Rode the "Enduro Special" loop - Iverson CW, climb the road to Summit, Summit to Preston, climb crossover road to Fully Rigid, Fully Rigid to Silent Swamp, repeat the road to Fully Rigid, Fully Rigid to Joyride to NW Timber.  And after all that,...
Submitted by r1de on 07/17/2014
One very minor snow patch to walk over(25 feet) - will probably be gone in a few days.  Trail is all rideable. The Corral Pass road is ungated and snowfree.
Submitted by jackd49 on 07/11/2014
 
07 | 09 | '14
No mud, water anywhere. But new home construction took out southwest entrance.
Submitted by r1de on 07/09/2014