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It's muddy everywhere you go...

around here. But for some reason, Black Diamond/Lake Sawyer drains really well. A report from last weekend states all is well. Ed's woods is in great shape as well as a handfull of stunts.

all_mtn_rdr said:
Anyone ridden the Black Diamond area lately? Haven't rode there since late last summer when it was nice and dry, trying to figure out just how muddy it is down there.
 

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It does hold up well in inclimate weather, but don't expect perfect conditions yet. The main reason why it seems that Sawyer is so good in iffy weather is because of the superior trail work that has been done to it. Kudos to those that put in the work.
 

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I concur....

everywhere is muddy around here, but some are better then others. Also, Skookum hit it right on, those trails are kept up very well....nice technical singletrack and some good stunts. Hopefully ride there this weekend.

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Less muddly place

all_mtn_rdr said:
everywhere is muddy around here, but some are better then others.
One place that is consistantly less muddy even a short time after a rain is at Griffin Creek (south of Carnation). Superior draining soils. You may get wet from the foliage but not so much from the trails.
 
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