pfox90 wrote:Really feel like I haven't heard much out of Anderson in a long time. We got in a ride today and I know I'm gonna get stoned for this but oh well; the landscape of the terrain at Anderson should be oriented towards a technical, low mile trail like you see at torn shirt or Murray lake, etc. Based on it's location you just can't ge out there and get speed or pound out some miles, and there really isn't much of anything out there it just winds around. So I propose a drastic change on re routes or making the existing trails hard. I'm not talking about adding stunts or log piles or a random log in the middle of no where. And I'm not just saying I want others to do this for me if you know anything I was busting my ass out there in early spring before summer classes. This is just an opinion to draw more people and make it actually have an identity.
Hold on, let me get some popcorn. This is gonna be a good show.
Personally, I think Anderson does have an identity and draws a lot of people. To propose a full reroute and redevelopment of the trail system basically spits in the face of all the people (and mainly the TC) who have spent hundreds of hours over the last three years making trail from scratch.