Waywayanda SP Trail Directory

Kaleidopete

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onetracker

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What do trail conditions look like at Wayway in terms of trees down? I have been out of the loop since my house got crushed by a tree and we live at the Residence Inn.
 

huffster

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I took this ride on Friday. https://www.strava.com/activities/1579991667

The trail I refer to as "Lower White" coming off Cherry Ridge, has a bit of a mess on it. This is the unmarked trail that connects into White Dot. I didn't take any pictures, but there are a few trees closer to the Cherry Ridge end that could use a chainsaw.

On White Dot between "Hemlock and Load" and "Old Coal" there are several trees. I had to dismount a couple times to get around/over. So, again a chainsaw would be handy in that stretch.

The whole rest of this route was pretty clear.

A couple other areas that I recall still needing some chainsaw love were:
  • A few trees on the south end of Banker, between "Cherry Ridge" and "Cedar Swamp"
  • "Red Dot" from Cherry Ridge to Nature Jim's Bridge.
 

Kaleidopete

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I took this ride on Friday. https://www.strava.com/activities/1579991667

The trail I refer to as "Lower White" coming off Cherry Ridge, has a bit of a mess on it. This is the unmarked trail that connects into White Dot. I didn't take any pictures, but there are a few trees closer to the Cherry Ridge end that could use a chainsaw.

On White Dot between "Hemlock and Load" and "Old Coal" there are several trees. I had to dismount a couple times to get around/over. So, again a chainsaw would be handy in that stretch.

The whole rest of this route was pretty clear.

A couple other areas that I recall still needing some chainsaw love were:
  • A few trees on the south end of Banker, between "Cherry Ridge" and "Cedar Swamp"
  • "Red Dot" from Cherry Ridge to Nature Jim's Bridge.
that Cherry Ridge to Cedar Swamp is clear, they used that yesterday for XTERRA