Michigan Mountain Biking Association
ninerhuyghe wrote:I agree with the statement above; something needs to be done about that flooded section it seems to never be dry.
Any gals riding North tonight? I'm solo as of right now but I'd rather have company.
utabintarbo wrote:"Too wet" should not be an issue anywhere except between #16 and #18 (by the Park Ranger's house). Best to take the cutout at #16 out to Predmore, then Predmore W to the Boat Ramp to pick up the trail at #18.
Previous posts seem to indicate the presence of some downed trees, with no word as to whether they've been cleared. Those are the only "unusual" obstacles you should find, allegedly.
oncewas wrote:Guess your friend didn't have a chance to take care of the beaver problem. There are alternatives to trapping them. An enclosure can be built at the entrance to the drain pipe that is clogged. It will take a few dollars, time and the approval of park mangagement. The last being the hardest to do. No one likes the mud in the low lying areas, bikers, hikers, or runners. The fix is endorsed by many organizations and was developed by a couple of universities. It doesn't take a whole lot to maintain it either.
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