Michigan Mountain Biking Association
yamaha13 wrote:Trails are in excellent shape, maybe 3-4" of packed snow on most of the trails. There is a little more snow on some of the trails in the new part of the skills trail due to the snow guns. Had to walk about 50 yards to the trails with a non fat bike across the base of the ski hill. I was told once things settle down they're going to clear mountain bikers a trail access to our trails. Please support Cannonsburg ski area and stop in for a bite and beverage.
mntn-biker wrote:How's the ski area conditions after the Fat Tire mudfest last weekend???
RickPlite wrote:mntn-biker wrote:How's the ski area conditions after the Fat Tire mudfest last weekend???
Personally I rode the ski area on Saturday because it is known for being sandy and dry when every other trails is muddy. I parked at the Egypt Valley entrance for the first time this winter and rode in on the connector. The connector is all clay and is suffering bad damage during thaws. Now that the ski area has given us permission to park at the lodge and ride in the normal way I highly recommend doing so. The rest of the trail was dry or greasy but was not suffering damage from tires. The skills park two-track was very wet and muddy. Riding or walking in from the bridge was no big deal, lots of friendly waves from skiers.
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