compengr wrote:Done and done. Got a chance to ride the whole thing today and chat with Steve a bit. You guys did a terrific job! This is really turning into a very nice trail system!
Just so you all know, a slight revision to the map is coming along nicely, and I'm working on getting some temporary route signage in ASAP. (The long-term plan is for an Eagle Scout candidate to build and kiosk and handle some of the permanent signage for the trail.)
The Seasonal Loops are in place and wholly ridable for a total of 1.3 additional miles of single track. This brings us to 3.2 miles of single track (1.9 on high ground and 1.3 in the Seasonal Loops) and 1.7 miles of two track in a stacked loop configuration.
A new auxiliary entrance has also been added to the single track for those who are heading north on the two track so that one doesn't have to descend a gravel hill and make a 100? left turn when riding laps. This is currently blocked with large fallen tree, but that should be cut out soon. It is a short descent into the trail connecting just after the second uphill switchback at the start of the trail.
Oh, and that photo above is the intersection of Seasonal Loops #2 and #3 in the southernmost part of the trails, somewhat looking out over the Clinton River floodplain.