Halloween storm makes hero dirt!

posted Nov 3, 2014, 2:15 PM by Kern River Mountain Bike Association   [ updated Nov 3, 2014, 3:00 PM ]
While there is some snow in the upper mountains, most of the trails are MUCH improved.  

There are a few inches of snow on the Kern Plateau, so hopefully it will melt with the warm weather forcasted this week. Cannell Trail could be perfect next weekend.  

Upper Just Outstanding also got a little snow, and additional rain yesterday. It is still muddy up there. In a few days it will be great. 

Rocky Gulch Trail off Wagy Ridge

Wagy Ridge Trails, Rocky Gulch Trail, and Dutch Flat Trails were completely awesome yesterday. Perfect dirt and riding conditions.  Rocky Gulch could use a little brushing, everything else is good.

All the lower trails are still moist, Whiskey Flat Tr, Keyesville, etc.


Recently, Cedar Canyon Trail and Rincon Trail have been brushed and several logs cut out.  There still may be minor brushing needed on Rincon in some places.

Salmon Creek Trail, out of horse meadow,  has just been maintained with a coordinated Trail Appreciation day.

Remington Ridge Trail has been completely brushed in the last couple weeks thanks to Stewards of the Sequoia.

Mill Creek Trail will be brush this Saturday! Volunteers to ride/help would be appreciated.  See discussion on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KernRiverMountainBike

Summit Trail, Bear Creek, Camp Nelson Trails just got a little more snow.  Check the web cams for snow meltage here:  http://kernriversierra.com/

If there's anything we missed, let us know!

PHOTO: Dropping into Rocky Gulch Trail from Wagy Ridge on sunday.