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    Big Finn Hill trail survey (St Eds)

    Need some input from the mtb community. Myself and a few other mtbrs are on a committee to make recommendations to KC Parks regarding the trails at Big Finn Hill.

    If folks could fill out the survey it'll help us focus in on what to put in our trail plan.

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/S9VN9K7

    Thanks for the help,

    Troy

    This does NOT include St Eds, I only referenced it in the title since that's how many refer to the area.

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    Done. Thanks Troy.

    Weird how the first question refers to everything at Duthie. Like that's the well known standard...

    (No, don't "Doofie-it".)

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    No Duthie, but those trails are the most easily identifiable.

    Anything that's done will be from a beginner to intermediate focus. The trail network is so extensive in there now that it's really about cleaning the spider web up, but for the better. Also making the jumps that exist safer so that we don't have borrow pits on the side or in the middle of them.

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    Done!

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    Done.

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    More duthie!

    Actually, just glad to hear the existing stuff is going to stay.
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    No Doofie! Filling out survey.

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    I'll happily agree to take on fixing the existing jumps and borrow pits if that gets approved.

    Was out there this morning for a ride, trails are doing really well considering all the rain we've gotten lately.
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    Done

    Done.

    Thinking bout riding there next week if the rain holds off. Never ridden there in the winter, how does it hold up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlieDog View Post
    Done.

    Thinking bout riding there next week if the rain holds off. Never ridden there in the winter, how does it hold up?

    Thanks for filling it out. We've got about 110 responses so hopefully we'll get some more.

    The trails hold up really well. Depending on how much rain, you can ride it within a day or two after a heavy rain. I've been out there in a down-pour and other than a few spots ans one low area in the Southwest corner, it's fine.

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    It's gotten a lot better the last couple of years thanks to the work Tom and others have done. Like Kasperilio said, usually a day or two after some decent rain the trails are rideable without many puddles or deep mud. The St. Ed's trails seem to drain a little better than the Big Finn stuff too.
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