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    Whiskey Course free of snow???

    Anyone been on the Whiskey recently? Wanting to get out and give the course a run but not if it's still a mess.
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    Camp Pearlstein is slushy/ice/soupy muddy, but rideable. I don't know about up top, the backside of the course, 48 and up, was ridden last weekend to my knowledge, but I didn't hear anything negitive about that area. Good Luck.

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    There are some snowed over sections at the start of Trail 48. There are patches of snow coming off of the overlook and heading to cramp hill. The course is best ridden in the early morning while the ground is still frozen. If you're making a trip to town just to ride the course I'd wait a couple of weeks and it should be in good shape. If you're local and want to go check it out, the early mornings are best so we don't track it out in the muddy sections.

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    thanks guys, sounds like Granite Basin area for another couple of weeks. I can't believe how long it's taking everything to dry out this winter.

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