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    Mueller Park

    Just curious if anyone knows the status of Mueller??

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    Mostly north facing with much of it covered in trees. I doubt it.
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    Agreed

    Muller has a habit of not drying quicky. But ya gotta love that shade in the summer
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    Anyone been up to Mueller lately? I haven't been since last fall. Was talking to a buddy yesterday and he said something about a pipeline possibly interfering with the trail? Is it open? If so can you ride to the top or the just the rock? How's it riding? Thanks. Hope everyone rounds out the weekend with a good ride today.

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    I was up there today and they have a map that indicates that the trail is closed about 1/2 way up because of the pipeline.

    It's about a 50' section of trail that is closed.

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    Thanks, Wormhole.

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    Rode today, the section in question is 50' wide with a 6' wide trench that is 4'-5' deep, there is a short and steep uphill to the actual construction which is loose and rocky. A short hike-a-bike and you are through. Judging by the perfect conditions of the trail and the lack of tracks not a lot of riders are going across but hikers are. We made it about 6 miles up before that trail started to have a consistent flow of water.

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    As long as work is happening on the pipeline they won't let you pass (as of Saturday afternoon) but Sunday nobody was on scene stopping you from hiking across the ditch.

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    Biked up to the construction area on the trail Friday after work. Geez, they've moved alot of earth.

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