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Zoo1424 wrote:It was fine last Saturday. We rode it all. Maybe 1-2 downed trees.
Thanks! That's great to hear. I've only been there a handful of times and never ridden the outer loop, so I want to give it a go. I'll be in Roscommon for a DNR conference and I'm hoping to head up to Grayling for a ride before heading back downstate.
Rode most of the trail except for a couple of the less accessible Blue connectors. All was in great shape except for two downed trees on the outer loop that I had to step over. Nothing huge, probably hand saw able, just a bit taller than my chainring.
There is a fair bit of deadfall and leaf cover on the outer loop which necessitated good trail following skills, especially as it was my first time out there. It gave me just what I wanted, though: a nice Northern LP trail ride.
Road Yellow today. Looks like the storms were pretty bad this last week. Four trees down, and have to lift your bike over at least two of them. (One can be ridden over, the other can be ridden around.)
I love these trails. Mostly dry even after all the rain.