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    Roaring Creek is Prime, I tell you, Prime



    Stole a nice 4 hr tour out there today, it's just great out there BUT there is definitely water flowing in different drainages.

    Can't help but imagine the rest of the forest(s) are blooming nicely, finally.

    Go ride this weekend kids, stay out of the goop!

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    You are correct sir, it's in great shape !

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    And you know what? One of these days i'm going to take something other than a SS back there and see what it's like. Ought to bring out a completely different face of the climbs. ;^)

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    Still prime...

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    where is this located?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus_037
    where is this located?
    Here

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    Still prime, but the bottom to the east of Rt 42 is still wet. The top was perfect on Sunday!

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    What kind of trails up there? I drove by there in the past wondering if anyone road there

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    Quote Originally Posted by joedirt24 View Post
    What kind of trails up there? I drove by there in the past wondering if anyone road there
    Around 30 miles, maybe a little more. Rocky, but not shake you filling loose rocky, more like good flowy rocky. It has a similar feel to it as Rattling Creek in Lykens. I ride it on both a FS trail bike and also a 29" rigid SS. There's also a freeride/DH portion that people shuttle.

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