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    Nicolet Roche Trail Rideable?

    I'm coming up to Langlade tonight to hang with friends. Didn't plan on bringing the bike as the weather didn't look promising but now it seems to be shaping up. Is the Roche dried up and rideable? Certainly want to respect trail conditions and don't want to get my new bike muddy anyway so give me the scoop.

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    Good chance you might be able to ride that trail. Snow has been gone and warm dry weather is working for it, plus alot of it runs ridges and not too much down into low spots.

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    Can anybody local chime in? Don't want to haul my crap if I can't ride. Leaving in 2 hr.'s.

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    You might try and shoot Charlie (cjohnson) a p.m.
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    May 1st.

    thanks for asking!
    Trails are closed from March 15th to May 1st by order of the USFS.

    http://www.pdfdownload.org/pdf2html/...sures-2010.pdf

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