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    When will Betasso Preserve be ready or is it

    Looking to get my girl out on some new trails getting tired of MM but she is still new enough to riding that she isn't ready for Heil and Hall.

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    probably a little more time, some parts never see the sun

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    Consider going up the back side of Hall (Antelope, iirc) if it's dried out. You get to all the fun swoopy upper stuff without that evil, nasty rock garden to hike through

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    Right on might have to give that a try

    Thanks for everything guys

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    betasso conditions as of 3/25

    Quote Originally Posted by tadroggie
    Looking to get my girl out on some new trails getting tired of MM but she is still new enough to riding that she isn't ready for Heil and Hall.
    I took a trip up to betasso yesterday...

    The connector trails was probably as good as it will get all season - tacky and fun. It seems to deteriorate quickly once it dries out. However, this section probably isn't super fun for the beginners.

    The loop is still a little wet on the north facing aspect. My guess - with the temp in the 70's today and mid 50's the rest of the week - it will probably be good to go by Sunday.

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