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    Dry Pond Conditons

    Anyone know if drypond is ridable?

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    No, you can get up there via whites creek but the Thomas creek side is extremely wet and muddy. People have been riding it and it is deeply rutted and is going to require a ton of work to repair. All of whites is rideable as well as all the trails below timberline road.

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    yup the lower sections are doable but the upper is not the place right now.

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    Sorry to report that Whites Creek has been sanitized once again. It won't be long until Whites Creek resembles a sidewalk. The rocks in the middle of the right hand switchback in the South Side Up switchback series are gone. In other words, the last right hand switchback going up. Why people?
    Consciousness, that annoying time between bike rides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvphatty View Post
    yup the lower sections are doable but the upper is not the place right now.
    That's a fact but its not stopping the dumb asses from riding it and destroying the trail.

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