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Related to the above discussion, does anyone know the "legal" status of Davis Creek rd, which would allow you to connect to YW from the West (from TC Steele)?
I started down it a couple weeks ago and a ways down it there are "private" and "no trespassing" signs on the road. I went past them a bit to see what the deal is (because I was under the impression this was a road) and there is at least one house. I turned around to not get into anything with a local. But curious if anyone has connected via Davis Creek rd and/or if that road is actually private and illegal to be on.
We rode the yellowwood trail this past weekend. I was impressed with how good the built trails are! I definitely preferred the "Miller" side to the "Bartley" side, but it was a good system overall!
And 20minutes from my house!
I assume a day-pass is available too? I bought my annual yesterday and the dude didn't mention a day option (but I didn't ask either). And for out-of-towners?
I know this has all been brought up, but I can see this as discouraging for newbs. Like "oh, I got a bike, I'm going to go ride it!. Oh, I have to pay to get in? Bummer, but whatever. Oh, I also have to pay to ride? Double bummer. Wait, what happens if I get off the 'beginner' trail? Where IS the beginner trail?..." This sounds like a real hassle for people that don't know what they're doing and don't know what trail is what.
I'm curious about the actual pass.
There's always been a pass you have to have to ride in HNF (outside of a state park). Do you still need that pass if you have the new pass? Or is the new pass only good for in a park?
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We rode Nebo 8/2 and it was in overall good shape. A few trees down, many of the either ride-able or you could go around. A couple are dismount/carries. A few wet spots, but nothing major. I don't ride this trail often, but it's such a good trail!