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Old 12-22-2012, 09:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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We are opening up trails by 12:00pm Take it easy we will see if it's tearing things up or not, watch for water holes open ditches some trails aren't all marked Sparta rail trail won't be open yet, or the trail from Columbus Inn to Alderbottom rd.
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Old 12-22-2012, 09:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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If you were driving out Route 6 (coming from Northeastern PA / going west) where would you recommend to drop & ride that has the most snow and the trails are legally open?

What kind of totals are you seeing out there?

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If you were driving out Route 6 (coming from Northeastern PA / going west) where would you recommend to drop & ride that has the most snow and the trails are legally open?

What kind of totals are you seeing out there?

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The only trails i know of that are open are tri-county's near corry,pa.
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Any update on trails near Corry being opened?
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Any update on trails near Corry being opened?
No go, corry area did not get alot of snow...sorry
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There cant be much snow there. Scranton I wouldnt drive for it. Hell im 20 mins away and still have not rode. There is ZERO base. Buddy of mine already bent a set of a arms last night, trying to sneak a few miles in.
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This year is almost as bad as last year. It's getting harder and harder to justify keeping sleds, trailer and gear.. My sleds never left the garage last winter. I've got to ride on 4 trips this year and had to haul out of town every time on those trips.
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I feel your pain Palerider. My stuff is all for sale now. Im giving it up for now.
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