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    Western Pa, ridable wet trails?

    Western Pa guys...

    How about a list of ridable, rocky, drain happy trails that can be ridden in rain events with minimal damage?

    Not talking spring thaw, we all know that takes many days of sun to cure to hardness.

    Hoping we all have a normal summer, with many days of sunny fun!

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    I think I've commented on this elsewhere (such as the Western PA thread) but if you know the Laurel Mountain trails well some of them do tend to drain fast. And some of them, even when there is standing water in places there is a completely solid bottom to it, so I really don't believe much damage at all is being done.

    That said, there are some trails where that's not true. So it would be best to be pretty familiar with the system.

    There's also usually the issue of snow up there at this time of year but this year that has been an inconsistent problem at best. Right now there would be very little to none.

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    Apollo’s Roaring Run park is always great for a rainy day ride


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