Boardwalk on the River IWAI

01/21/2017

Due to the positively spring like weather HAFTA has been tricked into emerging from hibernation to reinstall that boardwalk over the flooded area near I Will Allow It. The giant puddle hasn’t thawed yet so the boardwalk will settle a bit, but it will prevent you from getting a soaker. Friends of the AF, please enjoy and remember if you collect mud on your wheels or heels then turn around so you don’t do permanent damage to the trails.

 

*dink dink, dink dink de dink dink dink!

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Temporary Flooding

01/14/2017

Hey AF friends the low area between Bat Boxes and I Will Allow It is now impassable due to temporary flooding. Late November 2016 we had to remove the existing boardwalk in order that widening of the double-track for the upcoming logging could take place. Unfortunately did not get an opportunity to replace it before the snow started flying.
 
Sorry for any inconvenience this causes.

2017 Post-Snowfall Route

01/10/2017

loops

We’ve had a few requests to create a default fat bike “route” to channel people’s efforts to pack down trail so we can get a rideable loop quickly set after a storm. A few other trail groups have such a plan and we think it’s a sound idea. So here is the new post-snowstorm loop, it is 7km long, starts from the Mohawk/Currie tract lot and incorporates a lot of the great trails. This is a short experiment, but hopefully it removes some people’s hesitancy about getting lost!

The flagging breaks down like this:
Loop 1 – One marker per tree – Red shade on map
Loop 2 – Two markers per tree. – Green shade on map
Main route – Three markers per tree. – Orange shade on map

Only the intersections are marked. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.

An overview here if you use Trailforks:
http://www.trailforks.com/ridelog/planner/view/9075

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