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    Ashland Weather in September/October?

    I will be making a trip to Ashland this fall and since I'm from the midwest I have no experience on what I might expect for riding/trail conditions during the fall. Can I expect decent trail conditions? Will it be too wet? I'm used to black midwest soil that is not rideable after a good rain. Just wondering what I might expect. Thanks in advance!
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    That's the best time to go IMHO! It can get really hot still in September but it's cooler up top and by the time you get into Ashland, you just ride up to Standing Stone Brewery! Rains don't start until late October. Early to mid October is most picturesque for fall color. You'll have a blast. I certainly intend to get down there at that time.

    Have FUN!

    G MAN
    "There's two shuttles, one to the top and one to the hospital" I LOVE this place!!!

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