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    Johnson Pass conditions?

    Anyone have a trail report on Johnson Pass? I might in that area on Sunday and was thinking about doing the ride if it's dry enough.
    Enjoying the meaningful pursuit of meaningless fun.

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    Not Dry and Not Cleared. The trail crew has been tied up with the Russian River Fishing area and with Russian Lakes Trail.

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    I saw it snowing there last night

    On my way back from Seward last night about 9pm it looked like it was snowing i the upper elevations.. it was also definitely raining in the lower ones.

    I might be up for checkng it out on Sunday if anyone is interested.. ;-)

    I'll bring a trail tool or two too to help clear it out. I know the bike club heads up there in the next week or two too.

    Christopher

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    Here is a link to the FS trail updates!

    http://www.fs.fed.us/r10/chugach/cab...s/updates.html

    -Susan H.

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    Johnsons

    Was great. Negotiable mud pits. Parsnip was mostly avoidable, even though the f'ers got my legs anyway. If you are going to do that ride, do it now.

    By the way, dome trail doesn't have cow parsnip anymore. You are welcome. They don't reduce CO2 in the atmosphere or anything do they?

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    It wasn’t all that bad. I recommend doing it from South > North. And get in a good ride until you get up to the Lake. Then after that it turns muddy and wet. All in all it was a nice ride with no obstructions or anything in the way.

    However be careful on some of the creek crossings. They seem too have little gremlins residing in them that like to kick your ass!

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