Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Park in Solid Shape

The so-far gentle spring weather has made Greensfelder's trails better than they've ever been. All of the multi-use trail users have been getting along quite nicely and we should all continue to be courteous and respectful of hikers and equestrians that we may meet along the way. I've only heard good comments about how Greensfelder's trail network has progressed and I am bolstered to hear the same holds true for our trail encounters with other nature-loving people.

See you on the trails.

Monday, March 5, 2012

Millions of Riders This Past Sunday

Well, it felt like it anyway.

Over 80 riders in various groups rode Greensfelder this past Sunday. I think it was the perfect storm where everyone had the same idea. The park trails are in terrific shape right now and the lastest trail reroute is bedding in nicely.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Deer Run Reroute Complete

The lower half of the Deer Run fall-line descent to Eagle Valley has been successfully rerouted. The new leg is .02 miles in length and is no steeper than 8% at any point. The new trail segment should remain sustainable for years to come.

Our so-far mild winter has been kind to the park and you should get out to ride it when the weather is amicable. See you on the trails.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Workday February 25th.

Yes, GORC's first 2012 workday at Greensfelder will be February 25th. We'll be rerouting the lower portion of the Deer Run descent that is unsustainable and remains muddy for a long time after it rains.

Read more over on the GORC message board.

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Trails in Good Shape Today

This mild winter (err, to date!) has been great for the trails at Greensfelder. All the deadfall has been cleared from the popular riding routes and GORC has a new design flagged and approved for the lower leg of the Deer Run descent.

Our first Greensfelder workday is February 25th. Come on out!