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As of 6/26/2006 (Some have received no updates/news since 6/7/06 Update) this is what I have seen and heard.

Kenai
Crescent Lake - Open to the Lake and sweet straight through.
Carter Lake - Snow on Trail past mile 2 as of 6/6/06.
Devils Pass - Have heard reports of people riding up to pass, cold and wet.
Johnson Pass - Open but wet, bear charged on 6/24 near South TH. Lots of warning signs.
Lost Lake - South Side Clear and sweet till the summit, backside still has lots of snow on Primrose side, though I saw people pushing through it as of 6/27/06.
Resurrection - People are doing it.. details vague.
Russian Lakes - Fairly cleared, lots of bear sightings.

Mat-Su:
Kepler Bradley: good overall. Foilage is starting to fill in. Roses really in bloom.
Crevasse Morraine: You can find good lines on the double track, despite the horse traffic. One section has good ruts from a MSB sponsered drilling rig, and unfortunately, its over the direct route to -
Crevasse Morraine's new singletrack - Mooseberry Mesa: rippin ride, excellent shape. Another thread called it the best new singletrack in Alaska.
Matanuska River Trail (north out of Palmer) popping out at Moose Creek campground. 7 miles one way. Execellent shape mostly, broken up with about a 1/4 of hike-a-bike around and over gravel slides. Watch for falling rock, and don't slide into the river. Beaver downed trees and river erosion at the far end add to the interest. :eekster:
King River : No Report
Old Man Creek : Doable till at least the Crossroads/Signposts.
Puritan: No Report
Petersville Road: No Report

Anchorage:
Anchorage Hillside: Good
Indian: Know someone did the up and over on 6/24/06, details vague.
Powerline Pass: Good.
Bird Creek Trails (not paved thing): No Report
Eklutna: Is it not impossible for this highway to be bad?
Girdwood Trails : No Report
Peters Creek: No Report

Please reply with any updates!

Christopher
 
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