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    Is Ogden BST ridable this weekend (4/3)?

    Is the Ogden Bonneville Shoreline Trail dry enough to do this Sunday, April 4th?

    Thank you.

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    Good Question!
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    How'd yu know?

    Quote Originally Posted by mtbbrian
    Good Question!
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    I just got home from riding there. I started at the 22nd street trailhead as usual. Took the same trail we rode, but also went up the Blue Canyon trail at the top of the climb with the stairs.

    Most all of the trail is dry with a few damp spots here and there. The area that was snowy and icy, is now pretty much soggy with some slushy snow here and there. The Blue Canyon trail is mostly dry except a couple of small areas that has slushy snow. Being the big chicken I am, I walked the snowy stuff. I went up to where the trail T's off: left takes you on the upper shoreline trail, the other goes back down towards the Layton?

    I also went up the southern entrance to Taylor Canyon up to the first foot bridge. This too was mostly dry with a few damp spots.

    All I can say is, I'll most likely end up out there again tomorrow AM if the weather holds, which it looks like it will. I haven't decided on an exact time yet. But most likely between 0900 and 1000.

    If you choose not to ride tomorrow, you'll be kicking yourself in the arse for staying home.

    Happy trails.

    Chris

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