Why did UDOT build a wall at the top of the Mercer Hollow Trail?- Mtbr.com
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    Why did UDOT build a wall at the top of the Mercer Hollow Trail?

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    The trail now ends right at this wall and I had to climb over it into the street.

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    Figured they were going to do something like this since they tore it up last fall. Can you pop over just a few feet to the dirt road?
    Other than the wall, how was the rest of Mercer?

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    I just got off the phone with Bill Becker from the CC Trails Foundation. He's going to go look that spot over and figure out the best connection to the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tallsteve View Post
    Figured they were going to do something like this since they tore it up last fall. Can you pop over just a few feet to the dirt road?
    Other than the wall, how was the rest of Mercer?
    The problem is that you have to either crawl over the wall onto the highway or crawl through those trees. I think they will need to rebuild the trail through those trees. As for the trail conditions, it was too muddy still. I thought it would have been ride-able by now - unfortunately not. Maybe it will be ready in another week.

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    Bill will figure it out.
    Bill also said there are more new trails coming on that side of the mountain so, watch for it.

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