Tuesday, March 12, 2019
These closures are designed to protect the trails and will be dropped if conditions stabilize before the end of the month.
Also! Use your best judgement when riding elsewhere. The ground needs time to defrost, and damage from riding on the top layer of mud can take a long time to heal, encouraging erosion and trail widening.
A good rule of thumb: If you wouldn't ride multiple laps around your house on your lawn, don't ride on trails.
We're all interested in making sure that our trails last forever. Making sure that the spring's mud doesn't wash away is our best way to achieve that goal.