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    Green Mtn Status?

    How does it look? from a driveby, looks like the w/sw trails look dry.
    anyone know how box is looking?
    thanks.
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    West and Southwest is good. There are a few mud spots that hide in the shade, but that's it. The north/northeast is supposed to still be a mudfest, but I haven't made it over there yet to see for myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by btadlock View Post
    How does it look? from a driveby, looks like the w/sw trails look dry.
    anyone know how box is looking?
    thanks.
    Buffalo Creek is in great shape right now. Don't bother with the mud on GM.

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    Thanks, checked there, should've included that in the post, looking for something perhaps more current that what I was able to find in that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenbikesnob View Post
    Buffalo Creek is in great shape right now. Don't bother with the mud on GM.
    Buff Creek is not an after work option for me, GM is much closer, thanks anyway.
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    you might want to check out here too

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    Green mountain is dry enough to ride.
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    Green Mountain is 97% dry with a few very small sections of mud ( less then 5 ft sections) here and there. Rode it yesterday and today on my lunch breaks.

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    Just be prepared to run into 2,000 people. Both lots full to the brim. I'm sticking to road for now. I equate it to the white ribbon of death at loveland.

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    I was there on Sunday so I know conditions have changed but South/West side was great, North/East side was a puddle. There is plenty of trails on North/East side. Have fun.

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    Huge group (VOC) doing trail maintenance on GM today. Thank You!!

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