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    American Fork conditions?

    Anyone know what the conditions are like in American Fork (Timpanoeky, 157 etc)?

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    I took a drive up there yesterday. Hiked a bit from Timpanooke and it looked good. Not sure if every spot on the trail is dry but it looked promising.

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    Most is good to ride. The junction at mud flats and 157 is terrible, you will be hiking up 157 for about 200 yards. South Fork has a few mud spots and is pretty rutted out. Coming back up the Deer creek trail isn't too bad but there is a good size mud bog about half way. I haven't been down Tibble Fork but I've heard its still really bad and probably will be for another week at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentfoe
    Most is good to ride. The junction at mud flats and 157 is terrible, you will be hiking up 157 for about 200 yards. South Fork has a few mud spots and is pretty rutted out. Coming back up the Deer creek trail isn't too bad but there is a good size mud bog about half way. I haven't been down Tibble Fork but I've heard its still really bad and probably will be for another week at least.
    In addition to what Silentfoe reported, the last 200 yards of South Fork Little Deer Creek, west of where it crosses Cascade Springs Road, is a huge trench. It's dry, but it's pretty much unrideable. Erosion has done a number there.

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