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    Bend Area Trail Conditions & Blow Down Thread for 2013

    Kicking this off. Phil's is open to Road 300. Ben's, Kent's, and Phil's are riding nicely.

    Blowdown on Phil's below Road 300. Three trees in one cluster. Ben's has some blowdown right below Road 300 and also about one KM West of the Voodoo Junction.

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    At least one on the DRT about a mile before Benham Falls (heading from north to south). I turned around near this tree, because the mud got pretty bad.

    But the DRT is great up to this point!

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    Great News! Heading out there tomorrow for some lower trail riding.....

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    Does anyone know if you can ride Mrazek to the old canal ditch? Too muddy? I might check it out tomorrow.

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    Hows voodoo looking for the crossover form Bens to GS?
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    Voodoo i think is clear. Mrazek I would guess is clear to the canal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sketchbook View Post
    Voodoo i think is clear. Mrazek I would guess is clear to the canal.

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    Clear to the canal and maybe a little beyond. Voodoo is clear.
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    Jims trail has one tree down

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    Paul's (upper phil's on way up to helipad) has a tree down. Will be cleared this week.

    Not that this trail is really open yet. Still under snow in a few sections.

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    I rode Voodoo up to the bike-sculpture on saturday after trail work and there were a couple of trees. One you could ride over, and one that was suspended about 4' off the ground that you had to duck under. Trail was mostly great though.

    The one you can ride over should be left there!
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    Tree down on Voodoo (at least I think it's still voodoo) on the GS end before it starts getting twisty and rocky. However, there's a seemingly legit reroute that bypasses it so not sure it's an issue.
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    That's the one that is suspended a few feet above the ground, right? That re-route did look heavily used, not sure it was COTA sanctioned. It's kind of a lame route though because it cuts out a couple pretty good turns.
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    Today (Monday) rode Phils, Bens, Kents, MTB, Voodoo all below Rd300 and all were in fine shape. No mud, only a couple of soft spots along Voodoo from sculpture to rocks & 2 trees down (1 under, 1 over). Also two larger trees down on upper Bens with short go-arounds. With temps predicted above freezing, they should hold up well to the modest precip predicted later in the week. Go enjoy!

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    Noticed an update on COTA's website. Blowdown in Phil's and Ben's cleared. Thanks Jade!!! Cheers
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    The one 4 feet off the ground on Voodoo (was it small in diameter?) has been cut.

    There's a bundle of three down on Grand Slam, about a quarter mile west of Rd 4610.

    Good news! GS all the way to Storm King is snow free, and the mud is very minimal!

    And thanks to Jade for clearing those two trails.

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    Bend Area Trail Conditions & Blow Down Thread for 2013

    Awesome news!!! Will hit it tomorrow!!!!


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    Lower Whoops is clear most of the way up. A couple small spots of mud/snow, but pretty minimal. It started to get snowier near the top so i didn't go all the way up. Dirt is great right now, sessioned it a couple times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TroyS600 View Post
    Lower Whoops is clear most of the way up. A couple small spots of mud/snow, but pretty minimal. It started to get snowier near the top so i didn't go all the way up. Dirt is great right now, sessioned it a couple times.
    Another report! Rode Voodoo out to GS and up to Storm King, then the backside to the Heli. Some blowdown still on Voodoo, also blowdown on GS and upper Storm King. Nothing massive. Still some snow on Storm King. A few patches that you can ride. Should be gone by the weekend. Cheers!
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    Downed trees removed from Paul's trail. Still a couple small sections of snow in the flats (front side) and 1 large snow patch on the back side before stromking junction.

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    Mrazek is clear of snow and tree fall at least up to 5,000'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dry Side View Post
    Mrazek is clear of snow and tree fall at least up to 5,000'
    Awesome!
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    Cleared lower Storm King of blowdown while riding today, one big guy left but it's down almost parallel to a corner so it's barely in the way. Props to whoever worked on the upper section. Jumps need to be built up a bit but otherwise riding great!

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    Is it worth while for a trip from Canada? I'm dieing for some nice weather riding. Even just dry riding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorse View Post
    Is it worth while for a trip from Canada? I'm dieing for some nice weather riding. Even just dry riding.
    Hard to answer that for someone. Our best riding is still under snow and its been raining here for a couple days. I'd say head to Moab or Arizona


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    Whoops getting dialed in!

    We have put in 5 days of buffing and grooming lower whoops, still lots left to do. Its getting better every day! A reminder: Whoops is a one way trail, please do not ride up the trail even if you are "just checking it out".
    That is not safe, Thank You.
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    Thankx

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    Nice. So you walking up or walking down to lower whoops?

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    We have been hiking up, but after 6 days of work we resorted to parking along the 310rd depending on where we were working. Lots left to do still.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NastyNick View Post
    We have been hiking up, but after 6 days of work we resorted to parking along the 310rd depending on where we were working. Lots left to do still.
    Saw you guys up there yesterday while riding up 310. Thanks for your work. Cheers!
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    What are conditions generally like at the end of April? Lots of rideable options?

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    Bend Area Trail Conditions & Blow Down Thread for 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by cleopatra999 View Post
    What are conditions generally like at the end of April? Lots of rideable options?
    Typically still under snow and very wet. This year has been super mild. There are lots of options this year. This thread provides a good overview. Also look at Peterson Ridge in Sisters and Horse Ridge/Horse Butte/Maston. Look at http://www.cotamtb.com under trails. Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NastyNick View Post
    We have been hiking up, but after 6 days of work we resorted to parking along the 310rd depending on where we were working. Lots left to do still.
    Thank so much for the hard work. I think my wife and I blasted by you guys twice yesterday evening. Whoops has NEVER been so polished!
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    Is whoops rideaable now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CmbtDvr185 View Post
    Is whoops rideaable now?
    I would say yes. Nice and melted out up there. Trails are tacky... Go get em'!
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    More blow down on Paul's Trail (Phil's West of Rd. 300). One medium sized tree. Also new blow down on Storm King below the GS Intersection. Trails are riding nicely. No snow on Storm King or near the Heli.
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    Quote Originally Posted by willem3 View Post
    More blow down on Paul's Trail (Phil's West of Rd. 300). One medium sized tree. Also new blow down on Storm King below the GS Intersection. Trails are riding nicely. No snow on Storm King or near the Heli.
    was windy lately. Good to know!

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    Wow, I've been away for over a week and come back to ride Storm King today and find it's 100% snow and mud-free!! Clutch!

    This may be one of the earliest dates, if not the earliest, that Storm King is in great shape.

    Next up?? T'winks and Funner. Bring 'em on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt farmer View Post
    Wow, I've been away for over a week and come back to ride Storm King today and find it's 100% snow and mud-free!! Clutch!

    This may be one of the earliest dates, if not the earliest, that Storm King is in great shape.

    Next up?? T'winks and Funner. Bring 'em on!
    Larson Trail is almost clear of snow. A few small patches and multiple blow downs. Wanoga Trails should be snow free within 10 days or so. The lower sections are dry.
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    Bend Area Trail Conditions &amp; Blow Down Thread for 2013

    Any idea of conditions on Tiddlywinks and Funner? Is there still snow? Trying to plan a trip

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hangtime View Post
    Any idea of conditions on Tiddlywinks and Funner? Is there still snow? Trying to plan a trip
    See the post directly above yours.

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    Bend Area Trail Conditions & Blow Down Thread for 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by dirt farmer View Post
    See the post directly above yours.
    How'd I miss that. ? Oh well that's good news.

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    Bend Area Trail Conditions & Blow Down Thread for 2013

    Deschutes River Trail clear to Benham and beyond. Riding nicely.


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    Trails on the Westside are snowed in with at least 2-4 inches of snow and should thaw out quickly resulting in muddy conditions. Please stay off for a day after the thaw to allow them to dry out! Thanks!
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    Trails still wet near RD 300. Will take one more day of mild temps to dry out and drain.
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    Looks like longer maybe. It's raining now and showers forecast for the rest of the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CmbtDvr185 View Post
    Looks like longer maybe. It's raining now and showers forecast for the rest of the day.
    Looks good from tomorrow onward. Should be good! Weather in Deschutes River Woods - AccuWeather Forecast for OR 97702
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    Quote Originally Posted by CmbtDvr185 View Post
    Looks like longer maybe. It's raining now and showers forecast for the rest of the day.
    Do you really think the Phil's area got rained on much (if at all) today? It has been pretty much dry all day in town so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt farmer View Post
    Do you really think the Phil's area got rained on much (if at all) today? It has been pretty much dry all day in town so far.
    At most some minor moisture. Lots of wind though!! Yuck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by willem3 View Post
    At most some minor moisture. Lots of wind though!! Yuck.
    Yes, I biked around town on my commuter, running errands, and the wind was brutal. I guess it helps dry moisture though, no?

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    Skyliner has only 3.5 trees down (the "half" can easily be ridden around). If I'd had my hand saw today, I could have cleared two of the trees. Five minutes of chainsaw work and it'll be perfect!

    Oh yeah, it's also snow-free!

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    How long till funner/tiddly/storm king down to conklin rd is ridable? I'm itching to head over your way for a weekend, but it's not worth it if I can only ride the low elevation xc.

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    Bend Area Trail Conditions & Blow Down Thread for 2013

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    How long till funner/tiddly/storm king down to conklin rd is ridable? I'm itching to head over your way for a weekend, but it's not worth it if I can only ride the low elevation xc.
    Storm King is open to Conklin. Wanoga still had some snow a week ago. Not sure about current conditions.
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    Bend Area Trail Conditions &amp; Blow Down Thread for 2013

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    Skyliner has only 3.5 trees down (the "half" can easily be ridden around). If I'd had my hand saw today, I could have cleared two of the trees. Five minutes of chainsaw work and it'll be perfect!

    Oh yeah, it's also snow-free!
    Cool DF!!! Love that trail. Mrazek is open till part way up the loose rocks climb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by finch6013 View Post
    How long till funner/tiddly/storm king down to conklin rd is ridable? I'm itching to head over your way for a weekend, but it's not worth it if I can only ride the low elevation xc.
    Still questionable. On the way up to Bachelor today I saw snow in the trees at Meissner, which is at about the same elevation as the start of Funner/Tiddly.

    Temps are supposed to be upper 60's this week so it won't be long before those mid-elevation trails are dry enough.

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    I'm going to do some recon on lower Storm King and Funner today I'll report back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thuren View Post
    I'm going to do some recon on lower Storm King and Funner today I'll report back.
    Storm King in its entirety is completely clear; has been for some time now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt farmer View Post
    Storm King in its entirety is completely clear; has been for some time now.
    Sweet just found out, and Funner is MONEY for the most part, but I only went up to the descent start, but basically the top plateau area. 3 or 4, 10 foot long or so SHORT rideable ice/snow spots, but soaking in/evaporating with no run off, so no mud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thuren View Post
    Sweet just found out, and Funner is MONEY for the most part, but I only went up to the descent start, but basically the top plateau area. 3 or 4, 10 foot long or so SHORT rideable ice/snow spots, but soaking in/evaporating with no run off, so no mud.
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    Anyone gone up Upper Whoops, how far? I need some climbing

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    Anyone gone up Upper Whoops, how far? I need some climbing
    Probably good to go Andy. Not sure about Sector 16. Might be some blowdown. Heading up there on Saturday myself. Cheers!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by willem3 View Post
    Probably good to go Andy. Not sure about Sector 16. Might be some blowdown. Heading up there on Saturday myself. Cheers!!
    Please be sure to post an update here. Today I was gonna ride up Upper Whoops/Sector 16 as far as I could go, but I decided to drive to Sisters instead for some great PRT action. Boy, the ponderosa pines are smelling great these days!

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    Thinking about heading out there tomorrow DF. Pretty good conditions?

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    Thinking about heading out there tomorrow DF. Pretty good conditions?
    Yes, perfect. I was there early this month, and it was fine then, too.

    Tomorrow will be a great day to ride, weather-wise.

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    Probably good to go Andy. Not sure about Sector 16. Might be some blowdown. Heading up there on Saturday myself. Cheers!!
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    Mrazek not open to 4602. Still lots of snow. Additionally, one big tree down on Skyliner Trail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by willem3 View Post
    Mrazek not open to 4602. Still lots of snow. Additionally, one big tree down on Skyliner Trail.
    Did you attempt Upper Whoops/Sector 16 this weekend? How far can you get there?

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    Ran into a guy on Saturday who had just climbed Upper Whoops, snow and blowdown not very far up.

    Tiddlywinks is clear to the power lines (forget the number of that FS road), there are some big drifts and a huge tree down not far from there. There could be some clear spots farther up but I'm pretty sure the jump line area holds snow pretty well. Otherwise its riding grippy!

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    Dropped into Upper Whoops from top side'ish, where I think it crosses 4615? Snow patches are only a few weeks from thawing 100%, but there were about 3-4 good size tree's down.
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    So how are the conditions of the Phils trailhead area? Thinking of coming over this weekend for some easy riding and I want to make sure things are clear. Thanks.

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    All of the main, lower phil's area trails are running great, all the way up to heli pad. Come on over.
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    I just did a reconnaissance hike on upper Tiddlywinks.

    The snow is about two weeks away from melting, assuming we keep our current weather pattern. Maybe it's a week away, if we get a week of 80 degree weather.

    Deadfall is average to below average.

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    Bend Area Trail Conditions &amp; Blow Down Thread for 2013-imageuploadedbytapatalk-hd1367811361.409223.jpgLove this new sign on the Whoops Climb (Rd. 310)!!!!


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    6-8 trees down on Tumalo ridge heading up towards Swede shelter. Mostly in the wooded section before it turns to double track. Mostly dry but around where the double track turns into fire road, you hit big snow banks. I turned around there figuring sector 16 and upper, upper whoops would be a mess and I wouldn't be able to get through without tons of walking.
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    My ride report from today....

    First of all, thanks to whomever cleared the downed trees recently from Skyliner Trail and Tumalo Creek Trail. They are 100% clear (please be sure to post your work on the COTA worklog)

    Upper Whoops, Shooting Star, and at least to 1/4 mile into Sector 16 are entirely snow free!

    From Upper Whoops to road 4615, there are three downed trees, all within 10 yards of one another (a bigger one fell, taking two smaller ones with it).

    The 100 yards or so from road 265 to the Shooting Star shelter has three downed trees.

    From Shooting Star shelter to Sector 16 is clear, but the manzanitas and snowbrush need to be trimmed, badly! They are drowning out the trail.

    The first quarter mile of Sector 16 had dozens of downed trees, as is usually the case. My 1/4 mile extrapolation leads me to believe there are a quintillion trees down on Sector.

    But again, it was all snow-free

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    My ride report from today....

    First of all, thanks to whomever cleared the downed trees recently from Skyliner Trail and Tumalo Creek Trail. They are 100% clear (please be sure to post your work on the COTA worklog)

    Upper Whoops, Shooting Star, and at least to 1/4 mile into Sector 16 are entirely snow free!

    From Upper Whoops to road 4615, there are three downed trees, all within 10 yards of one another (a bigger one fell, taking two smaller ones with it).

    The 100 yards or so from road 265 to the Shooting Star shelter has three downed trees.

    From Shooting Star shelter to Sector 16 is clear, but the manzanitas and snowbrush need to be trimmed, badly! They are drowning out the trail.

    The first quarter mile of Sector 16 had dozens of downed trees, as is usually the case. My 1/4 mile extrapolation leads me to believe there are a quintillion trees down on Sector.

    But again, it was all snow-free
    Great report DF. With these warm temps we will be riding higher soon!!! Fires will be a BIG problem this year I suspect.
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    I ran into a German couple yesterday who said they had ridden Mrazek the day before, and made it about 14 miles in, and that they did not hit snow until "about two miles from the end of Mrazek".

    Is this accurate? Can one really go that far up this early in the year? I've not gone up yet this year. I forgot to ask them how the deadfall was. I doubt it's been cleared yet (or has it??)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt farmer View Post
    I ran into a German couple yesterday who said they had ridden Mrazek the day before, and made it about 14 miles in, and that they did not hit snow until "about two miles from the end of Mrazek".

    Is this accurate? Can one really go that far up this early in the year? I've not gone up yet this year. I forgot to ask them how the deadfall was. I doubt it's been cleared yet (or has it??)
    Mrazek trail page on FB says clear up to 5600 feet so up to COld Spring area before you climb up to 4601.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willem3 View Post
    Great report DF. With these warm temps we will be riding higher soon!!! Fires will be a BIG problem this year I suspect.
    Totally worried about fires/smoke this year. Last year was terrible.

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    Climbed funner and came down tiddlywinks tonight. Tiddly still has plenty of small snowdrifts but they all have a path cut through them now. There were at least 10 trees down, but people have already broken paths over or around them. Besides these delays, it rode great. The sky opened up and dumped just as I was pulling away around 7:30, so things might be tacky tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterflow View Post
    Climbed funner and came down tiddlywinks tonight. Tiddly still has plenty of small snowdrifts but they all have a path cut through them now. There were at least 10 trees down, but people have already broken paths over or around them. Besides these delays, it rode great. The sky opened up and dumped just as I was pulling away around 7:30, so things might be tacky tomorrow.
    Thanks for the update, Great News! We have a BACE ride there Sunday and TW is planned......

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    It is dumping down rain here on the east side, near the hospital.

    Great news for the trails!!

    That is all.

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    Mrazek is good beyond road 4601. I got 1/4 mile past, before turning around, and saw no snow (but there is blowdown). I bet I could have gone another mile or so before hitting the snow line.

    There are some tiny snow patches just before 4601, in shaded areas, but they'll be gone by the end of the weekend.

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    Heads up on Tidds, If you are carrying enough speed to clean the whole jump line be careful on that right berm at the bottom of the bigger hits...there is a big tree down right before the next jump that is pretty blind until you are right on it, almost ended my season! Snow free on the DH section. Super excited for the new trail going in on lower Funner!

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    Rode to Swede Shelter from Skyliners TH and cleared about a dozen trees tonight. Left a single tree on the ground which was fairly large and very green. I was beat from all the cutting with the hand saw, so that tree was left. Easy to walk over.

    No snow up to Swede Shelter. Only some along the sides.

    Turned down sector 16 and ran into a tree about 100 yards down the trail. Turned around and went up toward swampy instead and cleared 2 trees before the sun went down.

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    WOW...I did the same line earlier this week and hit 2+ ft of snowdrift on the double track about a mile from the Shelter. Did you notice that the 6-7 blowdowns had branches cleared for easy over ~or~ under with the bike over-the-shldr.? I didn't have a saw or I would've beat you to the work, but thanks so much for your efforts. That said, I think I'll hit it up tomorrow and clear some blowdown on Sector 16 to Skyliner. I've been told that Skyliner Trail is running excellent.....Later.
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    Rode to Swede Shelter from Skyliners TH and cleared about a dozen trees tonight. Left a single tree on the ground which was fairly large and very green. I was beat from all the cutting with the hand saw, so that tree was left. Easy to walk over.

    No snow up to Swede Shelter. Only some along the sides.

    Turned down sector 16 and ran into a tree about 100 yards down the trail. Turned around and went up toward swampy instead and cleared 2 trees before the sun went down.
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    Ha. Yeah I could tell that people had been by and knocked some stuff out. Totally helped.

    I sawed off quite a few nubs and sharp edges here and there as well.

    Skyliner is running great yes, and we just did some trail work with COTA on Upper whoops yesterday, so that should be running better than normal anyway.

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    Thnx! Also, as this is my 2nd year in Bend, I'm still getting acquainted with the MTB trail systems and familiar with trail names. Upon my arrival back to my car (i.e. from the MTB rip that we're discussing), some local dudes had asked where I'd ridden and how the trial was. I explained that I traveled from Skyliner Sno-Park (which is where we were parked) and then proceeded towards Tumalo Falls but took a left after the green gate in lieu of a right (i.e. in which case a right turn would take you to Tumalo Falls). Following a left after the green gate is the line that eventually turns to double track after a moderate 750 plus vertical climb and then a fun little decent and then back on the climb (double-track at this point) to which it connects to Swede Ridge Loop. This double-track connects to both Swede Shelter and Sector 16. So....the guys that were inquiring about my ride said that from Skyliner Sno-Park to the Shelter was all apart of Swede Ridge. I disagreed and they assured me that it was. I reflected upon the Adventure Map Inc. trail map and it appears to be Skyliners Trail all the way from Skyliners Sno-Park to the Swede Shelter. Can you definitively tell me the name of the trail (i.e. from Skyliner SnoPark to Swede Ridge Loop)? Thnx Bro!
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    Ha. Yeah I could tell that people had been by and knocked some stuff out. Totally helped.

    I sawed off quite a few nubs and sharp edges here and there as well.

    Skyliner is running great yes, and we just did some trail work with COTA on Upper whoops yesterday, so that should be running better than normal anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjMarS View Post
    I reflected upon the Adventure Map Inc. trail map and it appears to be Skyliners Trail all the way from Skyliners Sno-Park to the Swede Shelter. Can you definitively tell me the name of the trail (i.e. from Skyliner SnoPark to Swede Ridge Loop)? Thnx Bro!
    No, that's not Skyliners Trail. Skyliner runs from the sno-park to the top of lower Whoops. The trail you're referring to I call Swede Ridge.

    The thing about Bend trails is that many of them have two or three names (e.g., upper Whoops/lower Whoops is aka Frizzle/Frazzle, Voodoo is aka Laura's, upper Phil's is aka Paul's, GS is aka CIA), so you have to be flexible because the name someone uses might indicate how long they've lived here.

    Try discussing these trails with a trail runner some time. "Post 19 to post 24." Uyyy, my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjMarS View Post
    I didn't have a saw or I would've beat you to the work, but thanks so much for your efforts. That said, I think I'll hit it up tomorrow and clear some blowdown on Sector 16 to Skyliner.
    You may already know this, but you might consider checking in with a COTA member regarding trail clearing standards. Pretty straight forward stuff with respect to cut width = trail width, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjMarS View Post
    Thnx! Also, as this is my 2nd year in Bend, I'm still getting acquainted with the MTB trail systems and familiar with trail names. Upon my arrival back to my car (i.e. from the MTB rip that we're discussing), some local dudes had asked where I'd ridden and how the trial was. I explained that I traveled from Skyliner Sno-Park (which is where we were parked) and then proceeded towards Tumalo Falls but took a left after the green gate in lieu of a right (i.e. in which case a right turn would take you to Tumalo Falls). Following a left after the green gate is the line that eventually turns to double track after a moderate 750 plus vertical climb and then a fun little decent and then back on the climb (double-track at this point) to which it connects to Swede Ridge Loop. This double-track connects to both Swede Shelter and Sector 16. So....the guys that were inquiring about my ride said that from Skyliner Sno-Park to the Shelter was all apart of Swede Ridge. I disagreed and they assured me that it was. I reflected upon the Adventure Map Inc. trail map and it appears to be Skyliners Trail all the way from Skyliners Sno-Park to the Swede Shelter. Can you definitively tell me the name of the trail (i.e. from Skyliner SnoPark to Swede Ridge Loop)? Thnx Bro!
    Sounds like you went up Tumalo Ridge Trail (not to be confused with Tumalo Creek Trail), to Swede Ridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nat View Post
    No, that's not Skyliners Trail. Skyliner runs from the sno-park to the top of lower Whoops. The trail you're referring to I call Swede Ridge.

    The thing about Bend trails is that many of them have two or three names (e.g., upper Whoops/lower Whoops is aka Frizzle/Frazzle, Voodoo is aka Laura's, upper Phil's is aka Paul's, GS is aka CIA), so you have to be flexible because the name someone uses might indicate how long they've lived here.

    Try discussing these trails with a trail runner some time. "Post 19 to post 24." Uyyy, my head.
    I also call this ride Swede Ridge. Left after the green gate. But when I went to log my hours last night, as Dirt Farmer said it's Tumalo Ridge trail.

    That said, the trail which goes from Swede Shelter to Swampy... Is that actually the Swede Ridge trail? 1.9 miles or so? With the short brutal climb we call the "Oh $hit" hill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sketchbook View Post
    I also call this ride Swede Ridge. Left after the green gate. But when I went to log my hours last night, as Dirt Farmer said it's Tumalo Ridge trail.

    That said, the trail which goes from Swede Shelter to Swampy... Is that actually the Swede Ridge trail? 1.9 miles or so? With the short brutal climb we call the "Oh $hit" hill.



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    LOL at "Oh $hit hill". Yes, that is Swede Ridge; and the one just to the south of that is SST (Swede-Swampy Tie). I love riding the SST trail; one of my all time local favorites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt farmer View Post
    LOL at "Oh $hit hill". Yes, that is Swede Ridge; and the one just to the south of that is SST (Swede-Swampy Tie). I love riding the SST trail; one of my all time local favorites.
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    Also LOL at "Oh Sh*t Hill!" I know exactly the stretch to which you're referring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sketchbook View Post
    Nice!

    DF, Have we met? Are you a COTA guy? Damn aliases...
    I ran across you once last fall on Swamp Wells. I was on foot.

    I am a member of COTA donation-wise, but as I have worked every single weekend for the last 10+ years, (and I work other odd hours, too), I have only been to two COTA work events in that time.

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    I did my annual hike up South Fork today....

    It is 99.5% snow-free up to the log bridge, yet there are a few more weeks of snow on the upper half. I truly do believe, however, that it will be rideable by the end of May! If so, it would be a rare thing, riding South Fork in May.

    The lower section (up to the log bridge) has three trees down, including a large-ish one an eighth of a mile in. This tree knocked over another tree, creating a rootball divot in the middle of the trail. This divot may need some fill dirt.

    The upper section has 8-10 trees down.

    All in all, not too bad. Just need the larger snow drifts to melt so the saws can get out there

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    Has Tiddlywinks been cut out? I have an urgency to ride that thursday, for the first time this season. The snow should all be gone. The COTA worklog has no mention, but that has some gaps.

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    Tiddlywinks has 6 trees down between Wanoga TH and just before the top of the second, more "natural" downhill section. I cut out about 6 small trees and closed off some go arounds. The rest need a chainsaw - or a much bigger handsaw than I have.

    One tree is laying directly across the groomed downhill in a right hand, sort of blind corner so beware. Its about 3/4 of the way down.



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    Has Tiddlywinks been cut out? I have an urgency to ride that thursday, for the first time this season. The snow should all be gone. The COTA worklog has no mention, but that has some gaps.
    Why do you talk to me this way. When you know that I will kill you for this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt farmer View Post
    I ran across you once last fall on Swamp Wells. I was on foot.

    I am a member of COTA donation-wise, but as I have worked every single weekend for the last 10+ years, (and I work other odd hours, too), I have only been to two COTA work events in that time.
    Ahha! Phillip i think I called you here and then someone said we should name the swamp well phillip's trail

    Thanks for all your hard work man! You should log your hours with COTA. DM me if you want me to log em for you.

    cheers.

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