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Thread: Trail Conditions - MN River Bottoms

  1. #949
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    Trail Condition: Icy
    Date Posted: 12-16-2012 @ 06:34 PM

    Details:  I rode from Hwy 169 to I35W and back this afternoon. Trail is 30% icy/30% crusty snow, the rest pretty decent.

    Footprints from hikers when snow was slushy are now frozen, making it bumpy ride much of the way.

    I rode it on my 29'er skinnny-tired hardtail with no problems.

  2. #948
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    Trail Condition: Fat Tires
    Date Posted: 12-14-2012 @ 12:31 PM

    Details:  Near perfect on the 13th. Let's hope for s little more snow and cooler weather.

  3. #947
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    Trail Condition: Melting Do Not Ride
    Date Posted: 12-12-2012 @ 02:53 PM

    Details:  Best to wait until it's below freezing.

  4. #946
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    Trail Condition: Fat Tires
    Date Posted: 12-11-2012 @ 09:27 PM

    Details:  Ferry Bridge to Nine-mile Creek was snow-shoed and packed nice. Nine-mile to almost Cedar was packed down by fat tires only.

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    Trail Condition: Fat Tires
    Date Posted: 12-10-2012 @ 01:52 PM

    Details:  Rode from 35 west towards 169 last night around 7:00. Once on the single track, the trail was decently packed. It definitely got squirrely if you wandered off to the sides.

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    Trail Condition: Packed
    Date Posted: 12-10-2012 @ 12:42 PM

    Details:  Walked down by 169 for a mile or so at lunch today, trail seemed packed down pretty well despite no tire tracks. I'm bringing my Fatbike next time.

  7. #943
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    Trail Condition: Dry
    Date Posted: 12-07-2012 @ 10:54 AM

    Details:  Love the bridge! Thanks so much! Great riding down there today.

  8. #942
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    Trail Condition: Dry
    Date Posted: 11-30-2012 @ 05:25 PM

    Details:  Ferry Bridge to Cedar dry as a bone. New bridge over 9-Mile Creek rules! Big thanks to the solo builder!

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    Trail Condition: Tacky
    Date Posted: 11-23-2012 @ 04:22 PM

    Details:  Super tacky with a few freeze/thaw damp spots and some snow covered areas

  10. #940
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    Trail Condition: Tacky
    Date Posted: 10-27-2012 @ 11:18 AM

    Details:  Overall in quite good shape. Sand was partially frozen this morning making for a little faster travel.

  11. #939
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    Trail Condition: Dry
    Date Posted: 10-14-2012 @ 05:07 PM

    Details:  From left to right- Full tour/ been since Feb, missed it, now it's time.

    Choco Chip- Youngblood- Shapes- Eagle- Noname logs- Junk teeter- west side skinnys (minus the biggie, shes rotted on one end) - Ferry/ reverse it.

    Then over to Black dog-

    Stonehenge knob- jims stump- no beach line/ weeds still rule- Hot Dog- triple stump- tootsie roll- jerks- sand single more sand- roadie sand- reverse it.

    Then the hills/ mounds-

    Rollers- Habs bypass- cheater- stumps- drop in and up and off retaining wall- mounds- stumps- reverse it, add in the up and over- jimps stump- knob- finish with the shingle down to the river.

    Bliss. Youngblood thanks for the bridge work. Don't be offended if we still attempt the creek cross. LCR don't like it easy.

  12. #938
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    Trail Condition: Dry
    Date Posted: 09-16-2012 @ 01:55 PM

    Details:  Trail is in great shape between Indian Mounds trailhead and Bloomington Ferry. Do beware of the stinging nettle, though. It seems most prevalent in the bluffside section between Indian Mounds trailhead and Lyndale/35W trailhead/boat launch.

  13. #937
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    Trail Condition: Dry
    Date Posted: 09-08-2012 @ 01:31 PM

    Details:  Dry conditions all over. Plenty of sand spots on the west side of the creek.

  14. #936
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    Trail Condition: Dry
    Date Posted: 08-24-2012 @ 10:25 AM

    Details:  Rode from Indian Mounds School west to the Ferry Bridge this morning. There were numerous trees down, apparently due to gusty winds last night around midnight (48 mph recorded at the airport!). Otherwise everything was nice and dry, and the creek was passable.

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    Trail Condition: Dry
    Date Posted: 08-23-2012 @ 07:47 PM

    Details:  The grown-over and "lost" segment of lowland trail east of Lyndale has now been re-established. There is still plenty of greenery to bash, but if you're paying attention, you won't find yourself wondering "where does the trail go".
    Work is the curse of the riding class.

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