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    Lift assisted mountain biking spot in Utah for 2009

    Lift assisted mountain biking spot in Utah for 2009? I am going there in JUly and am wondering if it makes sense to bring the big bike. Is it still just deer valley and wolf mountian

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    You've got Brian Head just 3 hours south of there too!

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    Sundance has some too.....

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    i probably wouldn't ever go back to wolf mountain unless some major changes occur. I really have fun at sundance for some reason. I guess it's because i go there a few times a week. I wish they would build more trails though. Kirk's up there...so hopefully he'll be able to pull some more good trails.

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    As someone who regularly bashes on DV, I have to say, I think they have some plans for this year. I have heard wind of a new DH course and I have seen work on a new intermediate ninja-cougar-like trail. (well, I'm sure it won't be as good as ninja-cougar, but you get the idea) They even had a water hose put in there last summer to get the berms bedded in - real trail building technique! The few berms that were put in on that trail were super deep and super tight - a welcome change. We'll see. Sometimes we get all excited over nothing. . .

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    I went to wolf mountain and thought the staff was nice but the mountain trails were made of really loose dirt making like riding in dirt powder. Deer valley has so much potential but they seem determined to keep the mountain biking to consist of sharp turns in the woods. Diablo and Plattekill are much smaller mountains but they regard the MTB as a key component of their income and have better trails because of it.

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    triple post?
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    triple post

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    I cant wait to hit Brian head as i never got around to it this past summer.

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