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  1. #1
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    Issaqueena Open?

    I have to spend a few days south of Clemson and was wondering if any of you South Carolinians know if the Clemson area trails are open for use. I will be pinched for time and would like to avoid an un-fruitful drive to the trails. Thanks.

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    I believe it always open, the question is how wet is it? I went last week post two days after some rain it was muddy on the shade side of the hill. I'd like to know how the conditions are as well, so I can ride before I have to go back to work.
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    Isaqueena doesn't close to my knowledge, but it can be a pit when it's muddy. Some friends of mine rode there yesterday and reported not-too-muddy conditions, slop only in sunless areas, but I don't know what trials they did or whether they relied heavily on gravel roads or not. YMMV.

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    Doyle bottom area drains the best out there. You can usually ride there a day or 2 after a big rain and be fine.

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