Farthest South Trail in the Network

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Kevin Madden
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Curious about the farthest south trail that I see on the map--not sure if it's part of B-Line or not, but anyway, I was out there today and took that trail (more of a fire road/dual track) and rode as far as I could, to a point where it seemed to branch into two directions, perhaps the "Mom's Muffins" intersection? But anyway, there was so much blow down on both paths at that point I had to turn around. Does that trail eventually turn into singletrack? Just curious.

Thanks,

Kevin

MaxSteel
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The pavement down to the bottom of Your Sister isn't a designated trail....but it did make it onto the map.  If you take a left off the bottom of YS or Mom's Muffins it is B Line.  That section is old doubletrack, and should be clear.

Paul Timm

DOD/Worker Bee

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Kevin Madden
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I think I might not have been clear. I attached a screen shot of the map area I'm talking about. The two trails are completely blocked travelling down from Carpenter Bypass from west to east south of the "Y" intersection at the northeast corner of the picture.

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Davey Sprockett
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That's an old doubletrack that probably should be removed from the map. Not intended to be utilized as part of the Whypass network AFAIK.

Davey Sprockett

King of the Wild Front Tire

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Kevin Madden
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That would explain it! Thanks. Just trying to explore all the trails out there at least once.

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