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    Wasatch 2019

    Getting it started because I am tired of looping on pavement.

    Corner canyon clear after the last couple days?

    Bobsled?

    Anyone been south and give an update on Thunder Mountain?

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    Rode Eagle Mountain on Monday night. Good to go even a day after the rain this past weekend. Driving past CC had a ton of snow patches I could see from 15 above the temple, so doubt much of it is dry just yet.

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    Dry Creek to Bobsled is good. The upper part of Bobsled is a bit moist. Corner Canyon is good from Hidden Valley to Ghost Falls, snowed in above that. I imagine Thunder Mountain is still inudated. Southern Utah got pounded with snow this season.

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    Corner Canyon got a bit....moist.





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    Anyone ride the Crest yet?

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    I hit the rock garden section today and it had a good 6Ē fresh. A free ski contest with a bunch of drop off kids you could check your speed on if needed.

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    Hit coyote. Several spots where you had to walk to avoid mud, but mostly good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canada1 View Post
    Hit coyote. Several spots where you had to walk to avoid mud, but mostly good.
    The whole loop or just the frontside switchbacks?


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    Frontside. I was with a ten year old.

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    Coyote is open. You need to portage two 25 yard snow drifts at the summit and there is a 100 yard section you need to walk because a spring is in the trail.

    Everything in round valley is open

    Everything in soldier hollow is open. Even the stuff off the backside to the lake.

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    I feel like it's only a matter of time until BLM closes all dispersed camping near Moab: https://www.blm.gov/press-release/bl...mping-proposal

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    The large groups of side by sides and razors can really create alot of damage playing in the desert around their camps. It is not a matter of if, but when.

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    “No-one goes there anymore...it’s too crowded”
    StokePimpin' ain't easy

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    CAN SOMEBODY PLEASE MAKE THE GOD DAMN RAIN STOP!

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    Wasatch 2019

    Right?! JFC. I guess the Bird exceeding 700 inches should be celebrated but itís fucking memorial day!

    Never been too excited about riding pavement but itís been a good year to own a road bike.
    There's nothing better than sliding down snow... flying through the air.

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    Canít ducking ski or bike. Damnit!


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    I rip the groomed on tele gear

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    If only there was somewhere in the Wasatch that you could always ride..........

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    There is; that trail is a great one for it no matter how wet it gets....

    Quote Originally Posted by YourMomJustCalled View Post
    If only there was somewhere in the Wasatch that you could always ride..........

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    Seems like just about everything below MM is riding really, really well. Iím not a huge spiro fan but hit it Saturday just before the hail storm and with 0 people on it. If only it was always like that.

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    Seems like just about everything below MM is riding really, really well.
    Yeti and Moose Puddle arenít open yet on the top half above the parking lot. I havenít tried anything on the lower half of the canyons yet. But yes, we certainly donít have last years dust issues!

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    Dodging lightning and massive Tstorms has been the name of the game on Shoreline these past couple of weeks...
    I'm not sure why people insist on ridging Bobsled at this point. If there's an actual creek cutting across Dry Creek, I'm pretty sure Bobsled looks like a ride at a water park...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canada1 View Post
    Yeti and Moose Puddle aren’t open yet on the top half above the parking lot. I haven’t tried anything on the lower half of the canyons yet. But yes, we certainly don’t have last years dust issues!
    Is that a fun loop? Looks like way too many swtichbacks. I'm guessing flat corners too?

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    I've heard "meh" regarding that loop. That being said, I have not ridden it personally.
    Did you do Dawns>spiro or HAM?
    "If we can't bring the mountain to the party, let's bring the PARTY to the MOUNTAIN!"

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    saturday we did armstrong -> MM -> spiro. fair bit of walking over snow, don't recommend it just yet.
    yesterday I went up spiro, eagle, CMG and part of MM until hitting snow. came down CMG to the bottom of red bull.
    hoping to get a look at moosehouse and all of red bull today, heard both are running really well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfinn View Post
    hoping to get a look at moosehouse and all of red bull today, heard both are running really well.
    Nice. Planning on a Red Bull lap with the kid and some of his friends on Thursday.

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