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    Park City in mid May?

    Got a place to stay in Park City May 10-17 next year. Will the trails be clear up there by then? Even if they aren't I would love to hit some of the trails closer to and around SLC. I've seen a couple of interesting trails on this board (Moose and I Street). In know it is a little early to be asking, but anyone willing to show a SoCal guy around next May?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinch
    Got a place to stay in Park City May 10-17 next year. Will the trails be clear up there by then? Even if they aren't I would love to hit some of the trails closer to and around SLC. I've seen a couple of interesting trails on this board (Moose and I Street). In know it is a little early to be asking, but anyone willing to show a SoCal guy around next May?
    It's really just a crap shoot what will be open. This year we were riding everything about a month earlier than 2006, and I actually broke my collarbone in May on Moose, probably the 4th or 5th time we rode it.

    The year before, there were still 8ft snow piles all over Park City that time of year, and we could barely get up to mid-mountain by hiking through some snow fields.

    Istreet will be good for sure, and Bobsled is usually in top form by that time.

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    Where is the Moose trail?

    I've been riding around SLC for years but haven't heard of it. Can I get some details?

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    Like JMH says it's basically a crap shoot but...you should be safe on many of the lower elevation trails such as Glenwild area, Round Valley, Prospector, maybe some lower Deer Valley stuff like Salomere, Snowtop, Spin Cycle. All of this is still fun riding especially since you have the opportunity to mix it up with some SLC riding. I would expect that you'll have a good time and it will leave you itching to come back to hit up the higher elevation goods that you hear about.

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