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    Ganaraska 60K Loop... still marked?

    Hey all.

    I remember at the end of PDE someone saying that the 60K loop is going to remain marked permanently.

    Is this true, and has anyone ridden it lately? How well was it marked if it still is? I was thinking about heading out there and riding the loop.

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    It's permanently marked with pink metal signs, but they aren't that big (maybe 6 x 8 inches) so watch for them carefully. It'd be easier around now with less foliage.

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    I suspect so, don't forget a compass or gps if you're unsure. Oh and a bottle of PI remover!

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    used to live near pontypool by lotus... rode that loop quite a bit.. as well as other bigger loops in the pigeon river watershed. good trout fishing up there...
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    You can buy a map at the forest centre. It doesn't show all the singletrack but it has all the main trails and markers if you got lost but as long as you keep your eyes open the markers are easy to follow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akura View Post
    You can buy a map at the forest centre. It doesn't show all the singletrack but it has all the main trails and markers if you got lost but as long as you keep your eyes open the markers are easy to follow.
    i have mnr topographics

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    Try downloading the course from here if you have GPS

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    Thanks guys. The info is appreciated.
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