6MR after a good rain - any major problems?

wonderturtle

Well-Known Member
I was hoping to do 6MR Sunday morning around 7am, but the remnants of Hanna are supposed to soak us on Saturday.

what should I expect from the trails? do they wash out or drain well?
 

BiknBen

Well-Known Member
I was hoping to do 6MR Sunday morning around 7am, but the remnants of Hanna are supposed to soak us on Saturday.

what should I expect from the trails? do they wash out or drain well?

Typically 6-mile is a mud-fest. Right now it is dryer than most of use have ever seen. Tough to predict anything. Last Friday there was a brief thunderstorm. Saturday morning, the stream crossing had risen by 6-8 inches and some were saying they had never seen it so high. If we get pounded by Hana...I'd stay away.

Allaire is always my first place to ride after rain.

Sorry Frank!
 

Pearl

THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING
Team MTBNJ Halter's
as long as its not trail ruining, i try and go out :)

get out today! maybe ill run into you guys, and i can become famous all over again!
 
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roadrocket

Guest
6 mile has a good tolerance for rain if the season has been dry. However, if rain is frequent the soil soaks drainage becomes insufficient. In essence, it willl be ok if rain stops by saturday evening and there is some time for the soil to absorb or drain the moisture. Otherwise, go elsewhere... Allaire is your best bet!:cool:
 

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