The last time I checked (3 weeks ago?) the bridge just east of the Propaganda (Visitor's) Center was out, so travel in that section will be problematic.hydrogeek said:I haven't been out there lately, but it should be rideable now that the snow levels are high. It wil be wet and you will likely run into a down tree or three. The tougher section is between Elk Creek CG and Diamond Mill. Depending on the day and for a slightly easier ride you go you can park at the Forestry Center and ride east to Diamond Mill, then come back and ride west beyond the Forestry Center as far as you like then return. WRT does well in the wet so no worries about impossible muddy conditions. Let us know what the conditions are if you ride it.
Post up or PM me when you're going. It'd be nice to ride with somebody, for a change.Egar said:Thanks everybody! I can't wait to hit the trail. Probably gonna stick to the east end (heading west) until my lungs are half done, then head back.
I'm heading out there Saturday, I think, weather permitting (i.e. anything less than a downpour).Egar said:Thanks everybody! I can't wait to hit the trail. Probably gonna stick to the east end (heading west) until my lungs are half done, then head back.