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    Foggy burnt-out local trail

    I haven't ridden this trail since the firestorm last year.
    Most riders avoid this area since itís most popular with the equestrian crowd.
    Also since the canyon follows a river bed all the way up, a lot of sand is normal, and itís usual to dismount multiple times because itís too sandy to ride. But I still love the area, quiet, clean (well, except for the manure), no hikers, and peaceful. There were the normal signs of the fire in the canyon; plants and grass are coming back, until I got to the top; moonscape, a lot of the way down was ash on top of ash for most of the ride back down:
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    Where TF?

    Quote Originally Posted by ET_SoCal
    I haven't ridden this trail since the firestorm last year.
    Most riders avoid this area since itís most popular with the equestrian crowd.
    Also since the canyon follows a river bed all the way up, a lot of sand is normal, and itís usual to dismount multiple times because itís too sandy to ride. But I still love the area, quiet, clean (well, except for the manure), no hikers, and peaceful. There were the normal signs of the fire in the canyon; plants and grass are coming back, until I got to the top; moonscape, a lot of the way down was ash on top of ash for most of the ride back down:
    When you say sand my first guess is Happy Camp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacman
    ... Happy Camp.
    Yup.
    Lot's of washed out areas on the road in the canyon, and going up the hill; very deep rain ruts:
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    H*** s***!

    Quote Originally Posted by ET_SoCal
    Yup.
    Lot's of washed out areas on the road in the canyon, and going up the hill; very deep rain ruts:
    I can't bear to think of how the little used single tracks look now.
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