deezler wrote:Are there any plans to improve signage and flow or better connecting the disparate trails?
Have to say, given all the attention this thread gets, these trails sound like a lot of fun, but not knowing where the heck I am going and having to link together dinky 1 and 2 mile long loops is keeping me from making the trip out. Seems like with a little more effort and forethought the various loops could be linked in a more continuous fashion? Or does that not fit the plan for this park? I know the trail system has grown piece by piece over the years. But with 5 or 6+ total miles built now, is there any desire to create one master, destination-quality trail?
Maybe a better trail map would help too; having to read that word document and memorize trail locations and descriptions isn't the best either. Not to sound like a d!ck, sorry. I'm sure it would all make some sense if I actually just got out there and tried it out.
The way everything is laid out, there isnt a single body of forest big enough. It is all separated by a main gravel path, so we cut where we can. However, most trail ends are like 10 feet from the next head. Some are a couple hundred feet, but you can make it all one loop really. its not like you do a 1 mile loop, then ride 5 miles and hit another mile trail. That would just suck. haha!