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New Entrance to Frankenstein!

Posted May 21, 2012 by WCC Administrator

A new entrance to the Frankenstein Trail has been created. The old two-way entrance/exit is only an EXIT now. The first picture shows the old entrance that’s changed in to an exit (see the Wrong Way sign). The entrance is just to the right of the rocks shown in the pictures. The second picture show […]

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Exciting New Facelift for Frankenstein Trail

Posted May 17, 2012 by WCC Administrator

The Frankenstein Trail is finally getting some attention! The annoying and persistent wet spots are being eliminated for good. While at it, we are using the opportunity to make the trail smoother, faster, and always a bit longer. Look for new culverts and burms; some already there and more to come. The burms are much […]

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Trail Blockage/Re-routing

Posted April 18, 2012 by WCC Administrator

More than a year ago The Region had closed a passage through an eroding gully that was used for shortcutting between sections of the Multi-Use (double-track) Trail. They’ve blocked the passage with big trees and have clearly posted their authority and the  reasons for the closure (the signs are visible on the pictures). However, people  have started making new shortcuts […]

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Huge Success on the First Trail Day!

Posted April 15, 2012 by WCC Administrator

Our first Trail Day of 2012 was kicked off with looming clouds and a chance for rain.  We successfully re-routed the washed out and rutted downhill run to the “big rock” on  Adam’s Run.  Our main goal was to create a more direct line up with the aforementioned rock to give riders of all abilities […]

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Making Unauthorized Trail Changes

Posted April 7, 2012 by WCC Administrator

The unusually early onset of the trail riding season of 2012, has also brought the nuisance of the self appointed “helpers”.  Some people probably mean well by wanting to “tidy up” the trails, but end up doing wrong things, like removing or dumbing down the natural features/obstacles. A typical example is the recent removal of the ”tight to squeeze […]

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