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    Goose is good to go

    However you prob shouldn't drive much past the pit toilet. Hero dirt up there today!
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    I do love these pics of the gooseberry mesa . I have not see this area with this much water . I hope to get down there this spring or sooner for some fine riding .
    just put me back on my bike

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    I do love these pics of the gooseberry mesa . I have not see this area with this much water . I hope to get down there this spring or sooner for some fine riding .
    just put me back on my bike

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    Thinking of heading out there next Monday-Thursday. Never been there, but our winter is starting to be a drag here.
    STS, any advice for a denver-ite headed west?

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    Quote Originally Posted by subliminalshiver
    Thinking of heading out there next Monday-Thursday. Never been there, but our winter is starting to be a drag here.
    STS, any advice for a denver-ite headed west?
    Come on down... bout 12 hour drive from d-town....

    I'd be happy to show yah around mon-tues, little creek may even be good to go... theres a few motels in hurkin or you can camp at goose...

    I think its well worth the trip... weather is stellar here right now!
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    I'm on my way to St George this weekend looking for trails to ride. I've ridden Gooseberry a few times in the past, but not sure where the "pit toilet" is located. Are they in the main parking lot or before you reach the main lot?
    Can't keep track anymore - Giant, Santa Cruz, Pivot, Yeti, Norco, Salsa, Intense - if it rolls on dirt I like it :thumbsup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    I'm on my way to St George this weekend looking for trails to ride. I've ridden Gooseberry a few times in the past, but not sure where the "pit toilet" is located. Are they in the main parking lot or before you reach the main lot?
    pit toilet is were the road splits and you can go to the main trail head or to the windmill trailhead
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