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    Keppler-Bradley

    Anyone been out there lately? I'm heading out there in a couple hours, just wondering what to expect. thanks!

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    All that I've heard (haven't been out there myself lately) has been that it's clear and dry except for the usual wet spots. Should be good riding!
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    dry and hard but lots of bugs so beware

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    deet

    ... or just don't stop!

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    what bugs?

    they were worse on crevase-moraine!!!!! I ended up over there after fighting through multiple swarms on keppler, but overall a great ride!!! Anyone riding tommorrow? I'll prolly start at the crevase trailhead around 10ish

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    There are no bugs on the UAF fields. You can easily loop Crevasse and Kepler together by way of the fields.

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