All Season Trails Update:
Saturday, July 13, 2019
A week of warm, dry weather has generally dried the trails. The ground water levels are still high, due to the over 420mm of rain that has fallen since early May, so there are still unusual springs and seeps in addition to the spots that are usually wet. The single-track trails are generally good to go, but expect to find some wet, soft and muddy spots. Take care not to widen the trails in those areas.
Ski & Winter Trails Update:
Thursday, July 11, 2019
The large volume of rainfall since early May has raised the ground-water level and is keeping low lying and poorly drained parts of the ski and winter multi-user trails wet and soft. The wide ski trails are drying out, but all still have areas of soft wet ground, puddles or mud. Those areas are still vulnerable to damage. Do not use the trails, when they are soft or muddy.