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    New question here. Brianhead - Panguitch this weekend?

    Anyone know if Brianhead - Panguitch is rideable NOW?

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    it's good !

    We took the kids up last weekend and rode the Navajo Lake area and everything there is clear. When we stopped for lunch in Brian Head it looked to be just as ready for the season there, only a few patches of remaining snow drifts tucked in the shaded areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddujnitsud
    We took the kids up last weekend and rode the Navajo Lake area and everything there is clear. When we stopped for lunch in Brian Head it looked to be just as ready for the season there, only a few patches of remaining snow drifts tucked in the shaded areas.

    Cool! We were snowed on in Bryce last week...

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    I doubt you will find much snow on the trails around Brian Head. You will probably find blown down trees. You are very likely to find morons on ATVs riding on closed to ATVs trails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crashtestdummy
    You will probably find blown down trees..
    yeah, this is my real concern and reason for the original post.

    Quote Originally Posted by crashtestdummy
    You are very likely to find morons on ATVs riding on closed to ATVs trails.
    a given in the region...

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    Did it yesterday - trail great!

    I did it yesterday on my FR bike - the trail was in great shape and the weather perfect!

    Summit - Sidney Peaks - Spruce - Caddy Ck. / Forks Valley - Owens Hollow. The sun was almost set when I was searching for the Delong Tr (started after 1pm), and I was solo, so I followed my gut, backtracked to Indian Hollow, and had a friend meet me on the road below.

    Perfect day!
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    I'm camping this coming weekend at Panguitch Lake and of course lugging my bike along. Not too familiar with Panguitch, but have ridden Brian Head numerous times. Is there really a Brian Head to Panguitch trail, and where can I find info on it??

    Any more tips on good rides on a 7" FR bike (not too much climbing lol) would be great! Thanks!

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    Bunker creek goes from Brianhead peak to just above Panguitch Lake camp ground. Go to http://www.utahmountainbiking.com for details. Great ride not real long though.

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    Bunker Creek is good and definaely find Blow-Hard. A must-do classic Downhill that Starts close to cedar breaks and finishes down the canyon toward Cedar City. Good Scenery and better riding!!

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