thanks for passing that along - looks like the perfect time to visit the in laws.
Slim:slimat99 said:I just went to Sedona. If it wasn't such a long drive I would do it again. Sedona has world class riding! When I first visited in 05 I felt the riding was mediocre at best, now with all the new more technical trails Sedona is one of my favorite places. Keep up the great work!
cb:cbrock450 said:Sweet!! I just got into phoenix last night and we are heading to sedona tomorrow. I have never been there and I was trying to figure out where to ride and i think you know how the rest of the story goes...
Fm:Fischman said:After my last trip to Sedona, I made up a riddle:
Where can you get slickrock to equal Moab AND singletrack to equal Fruita AND scenery that beats 'em both?
You can probably guess the answer.
There are so many great places to ride, I generally don't go back to the same place unless it's close to home. Sedona is a rare exception to that rule.
I'll be there, never get tired of the red rock durtness. Bring David DK Kemp down with you..bridgestone14 said:Anyone thinking of going to this? A little bit of a hike from Fort Collins, but could be fun.
4" or so at uptown level was the report I was privy to,,,,,,,,waiting to hear from a VOC local to see what he recieved in his yard. I had about 12" new by 3pm Sunday, to go with last weekends 25". Temps are going up again, will be hitting 50's Tuesday in Flagstaff, 47 today. Meltoff should be quick and some trails will be fine by Tueasday, others not until later in the week.cbrock450 said:How much snow did sedona get? I am gonna hit it up tomorrow and was curious if the red dirt is no longer clay