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  1. #5826
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    Jan 2006
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    Carbondale
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shredhead View Post
    Always love it up there, need to ride it soon. been enjoying good dirt mid valley while it lasts though

  2. #5827
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    One from today:
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    This section of trail is being rerouted... need to find the new top to ensure it has a good view.


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  3. #5828
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    Jan 2010
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    Walpole NH
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    From today in the Shire

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    crab in my shoe mouth

  4. #5829
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    Feb 2005
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    North Vancouver/Whistler
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    Slabs loam and ice cream

  5. #5830
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    Oct 2002
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    Shadynasty's Jazz Club
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    Go forth and ride, then bring back pics

    Had to work near Blacksburg last week. Finished up early, so made a run for GWNF. Had to stop at Carvins Cove on the way.

    Trough or OG? The answer is both. With a second lap down OG/Gauntlet cause so so good.
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    I donít know about best, but not bad for right off the interstate.
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    Set up in Stokesville. There are better sites for hanging out, but this is the spot for the sunrise wake up (which I slept through). Massanutten Mtn in the hazy distance.

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    Remind me. We'll send him a red cap and a Speedo.

  6. #5831
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    Aug 2013
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    Wish I had seen the unicycle guy sooner, he was ripping (as well as you can rip on a unicycle anyway..)
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  7. #5832
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  8. #5833
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    Green room

  9. #5834
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    Jul 2008
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    Quote Originally Posted by bagtagley View Post
    Had to work near Blacksburg last week. Finished up early, so made a run for GWNF. Had to stop at Carvins Cove on the way.

    Trough or OG? The answer is both. With a second lap down OG/Gauntlet cause so so good.
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    I donít know about best, but not bad for right off the interstate.
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    Set up in Stokesville. There are better sites for hanging out, but this is the spot for the sunrise wake up (which I slept through). Massanutten Mtn in the hazy distance.

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    How hard is it to get a site in stokesvilke? Any streams/creeks near campsites? Cost? Sorry for the 20 questions just looking for a little beta for end of the month

  10. #5835
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    Mar 2010
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    water needed
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    dirt needs some too
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  11. #5836
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    Feb 2008
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    Donner Summit
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    Starting to melt out.

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  12. #5837
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    Oct 2002
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    Quote Originally Posted by volklpowdermaniac View Post
    How hard is it to get a site in stokesvilke? Any streams/creeks near campsites? Cost? Sorry for the 20 questions just looking for a little beta for end of the month
    Should be easy. There are dispersed sites all over the area, and a couple primitive campgrounds. NF camping is free unless you're at a campground (North River, Todd Lake). There are dispersed sites out FR95 that are right on the North River. If you camp down at Braley, you're not far from the Calfpasture, and are by the Braley Branch. I'm assuming you're asking for fishing? Stokesville Campground is the fancier option. They should have plenty of tent sites available. If there's not an event, they should also have hook-ups, but I'd email.

    I usually camp at Stokesville. Tent sites are pretty cheap, $15/night for the first person and additional for additional people, but I can't remember how much. It's not on their site, it's all listed in their email response. Water and showers and access to the trail around the campground and the swimming hole under the bridge by the campground. You can ride from the campground, and access most of the good stuff from there depending on how much mileage you want to put in.

    BTW, If your ride plans include anything off Tillman Rd, keep in mind that the road is closed at Hearthstone Lake. You can probably get through on a bike on weekends or off hours, but not while they're working.
    Remind me. We'll send him a red cap and a Speedo.

  13. #5838
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    May 2012
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    san diego
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    What kind of snake is that? Doesn't look like one I'd want to pick up
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    Went for a dual ride today to check out conditions and enjoy overcast and decent temps


    Still some flowers out there




    Urban invasives are sometimes nicer than the wild flowers






    Second ride was further out. I like this place in the evening. Usually very few people out




    There's some nice tech riding like this line




    Part of the reason for riding both was to check out how overgrown they've gotten. Both are bad in spots with all the rain we've had and temps now starting to warm up. Lots of poison oak on the first ride.


  14. #5839
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    Oct 2002
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    Shadynasty's Jazz Club
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    Quote Originally Posted by evdog View Post
    What kind of snake is that? Doesn't look like one I'd want to pick up
    It's a black snake, King or Rat I think. Not poisonous, but they can be aggressive. They vibrate their tales against the leaves to simulate a rattle, which is cool once you realize it's not a rattler.
    Remind me. We'll send him a red cap and a Speedo.

  15. #5840
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    Seattle
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  16. #5841
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    Quote Originally Posted by bagtagley View Post
    Should be easy. There are dispersed sites all over the area, and a couple primitive campgrounds. NF camping is free unless you're at a campground (North River, Todd Lake). There are dispersed sites out FR95 that are right on the North River. If you camp down at Braley, you're not far from the Calfpasture, and are by the Braley Branch. I'm assuming you're asking for fishing? Stokesville Campground is the fancier option. They should have plenty of tent sites available. If there's not an event, they should also have hook-ups, but I'd email.

    I usually camp at Stokesville. Tent sites are pretty cheap, $15/night for the first person and additional for additional people, but I can't remember how much. It's not on their site, it's all listed in their email response. Water and showers and access to the trail around the campground and the swimming hole under the bridge by the campground. You can ride from the campground, and access most of the good stuff from there depending on how much mileage you want to put in.

    BTW, If your ride plans include anything off Tillman Rd, keep in mind that the road is closed at Hearthstone Lake. You can probably get through on a bike on weekends or off hours, but not while they're working.
    Thanks so much man! Not so much for fishing as just for splashing around after a ride and washing my dirtbag self off. Great beta, gonna head down end of June

  17. #5842
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    Apr 2013
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    Goulder
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    Good place to slide out
    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

  18. #5843
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    Jul 2013
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    Taos Ski Valley or my truck
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    South Boundary is opening.

  19. #5844
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    Quote Originally Posted by volklpowdermaniac View Post
    Thanks so much man! Not so much for fishing as just for splashing around after a ride and washing my dirtbag self off. Great beta, gonna head down end of June
    Nice. I look forward to the after-ride swim almost as much as the ride itself. The swimming hole by the campground is great (despite the Mem Day trash the hillbillies left behind), but you can find little holes to dip into all over the place.

    Holler when you're heading down, we might be there if it's a weekend.
    Remind me. We'll send him a red cap and a Speedo.

  20. #5845
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    Quote Originally Posted by wkd-rdr View Post
    Good place to slide out
    Beauty!

  21. #5846
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    Mar 2006
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    The bottom of LCC
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    lots of people bitching about all the rain we've been getting but it's keeping the trails in as good of shape as they ever are around these parts


  22. #5847
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    Feb 2005
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    Rocks and logs

  23. #5848
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    First time on singletrack on the new bike.

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  24. #5849
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    Jan 2010
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    In the swamp
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    ^^^ so great

  25. #5850
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    slc
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    Awesome.

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