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    Does anyone know if Little Creek will be ready to ride anytime soon? What is the road condition? I will be in the area this weekend and have high hopes of getting up there.

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    It is raining as I type this, supposed to continue thru tomorrow. The trail will be ready before the road is, that road can get bad. Not as bad as the Goose road but impassable none the less.
    I give it a 50/50 chance by Saturday.

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    Thank for the info. 50/50 chance is better than I expected!

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    So you are saying there is a chance!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTB_TDI
    So you are saying there is a chance!
    I was tempted to write the same thing in my response!!!

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    um.... the snow level was well below little creek so it pretty covered. I think your 50/50 chance just got a hit by a Semi....

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    Thanks... What about Gooseberry? Any possibility by Friday/early Saturday?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon.moab
    Thanks... What about Gooseberry? Any possibility by Friday/early Saturday?
    Same truck, Same Freeway.... suppose to be mid 60's on friday but it's gunna be pretty slim

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    Come on SUN!! Planning on being down there Monday or Tuesday.

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    I hear ya!!! I am headed down with a group in the morning. I am hoping to get into Goose Friday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon.moab
    Thanks... What about Gooseberry? Any possibility by Friday/early Saturday?

    I hope I don't regret saying this (i'm not a weather man)...but who knows maybe it will be the best riding day ever for the goose on Friday, but most likely not... I was driving home around 5 today and looked out towards Goose and Little creek, which are under a couple inches of snow right now. I noticed that they were just creeping outta the clouds and there is no freaking way you'd be able to hit it Friday morning....No way! Monday and tuesday look more realistic. But hey what do I know? If you do however go and its a blast I'll let you rub it in my face. But if its a bloody mess I get to rub mud in your face, Deal?
    Last edited by shelbster15; 03-10-2010 at 09:41 PM.

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    Sounds like we need to stay on the more firm trails in the area...

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    I was on the peak of one of the STG trails and was able to see Goose and LC and also part of Zion all covered in snow.......bummer for riding but man was it beautiful!

    On a side note; I was intrigued by all the precip we've had this year and decided to check out the snowpack throughout the state. The highest snowpack was a place just northeast of Zion, and second place was Kolob. They both had over 100'' while most the Wasatch had around 60''....what a crazy winter it's been.
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    With all the moisture lately, what trails are rideable with minimal damage? I know Church Rocks, Paradise and Zen all handle moisture well. Are any of the trails over in Santa Clara going to be worth riding? Any other suggestions?

    I bet the scenery is absolutely gorgeous!

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    I was out at The Santa Clara Reserve Trails a week or so ago, right after a really wet day. It rained all nigh tand I woke up to blue bird skies and found out that trail was stellar shape. It wont handle water like paradise and church rocks will but seemed to be built to shed wate rand dry fast.

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    Thanks, we'll head out that way.

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    Not this weekend! and man the roads are all torn up... I rather people didn't even try to prevent them from being even more messed up if we get anymore rain and snow this weekend....

    I try and keep the shop facebook page updated with current trail shape...

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/hurric...2964314?ref=ts
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    looking from church rocks you can still see plenty of the white stuff on Goose and little creek
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