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Old 09-21-2013, 05:44 PM   #241
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Well just got done running the trail. The weather sucked needless to say fog, rain more fog more rain. But all n all was a good day. Started off kinda rough with the trailer blowing a tire but other than that no damage. and only had to use the winch on the long uphill climb right before the tabletop rock or kidney rock. And that was for the jku that was with us because he is open front and rear. So it gave him some trouble. But was a good day would have been a great day if it hadn't rained on us

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Sorry the weather didn't cooperate but glad everybody made it thru safe. Just wondering what did you end up doing with the trailer? May help others with the same question.

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Sorry the weather didn't cooperate but glad everybody made it thru safe. Just wondering what did you end up doing with the trailer? May help others with the same question.
Parked it at the campground while we went thru the trail the ranger said it was ok as long as we weren't blocking traffic so we ended up backing it straight in. If u go into the pines to the right there are two different sections of gravel that go to the same area right in front of the bathroom. We just backed it into the one straight back so that people could still get around. Worked out fairly well and people could still get in so.
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Parked it at the campground while we went thru the trail the ranger said it was ok as long as we weren't blocking traffic so we ended up backing it straight in. If u go into the pines to the right there are two different sections of gravel that go to the same area right in front of the bathroom. We just backed it into the one straight back so that people could still get around. Worked out fairly well and people could still get in so.
Now that I just read that is kinda confusing lol. To try to make it easier to understand. When u pull into the campground there are three roads we backed into the middle one.
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And I have to say the rain definitely changes that place. Makes it extremely slick. Gave me a little trouble in a few spots and we skipped a couple obstacles because of the rain. I do have a question. I know the locals have names for different sections of the trail but I'm not sure what the name of this section is, if u come from the bottom up, it's the uphill climb it's after the field and before the tabletop or kidney rock. Anyway I noticed today that there seems to b another trail to the right that I have never noticed before. Is this the illegal bypass I read about on here a few pages back?
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And I have to say the rain definitely changes that place. Makes it extremely slick. Gave me a little trouble in a few spots and we skipped a couple obstacles because of the rain. I do have a question. I know the locals have names for different sections of the trail but I'm not sure what the name of this section is, if u come from the bottom up, it's the uphill climb it's after the field and before the tabletop or kidney rock. Anyway I noticed today that there seems to b another trail to the right that I have never noticed before. Is this the illegal bypass I read about on here a few pages back?
I believe its called "the ledge" if I'm thinking of the right spot.
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And I have to say the rain definitely changes that place. Makes it extremely slick. Gave me a little trouble in a few spots and we skipped a couple obstacles because of the rain. I do have a question. I know the locals have names for different sections of the trail but I'm not sure what the name of this section is, if u come from the bottom up, it's the uphill climb it's after the field and before the tabletop or kidney rock. Anyway I noticed today that there seems to b another trail to the right that I have never noticed before. Is this the illegal bypass I read about on here a few pages back?
That section is called "The Stacks". Gets its name from the large rocks that are "stacked" along that section of trail and you climb up on at the overlook. Yes the trail beside that section is illegal. The trail is marked but some think because its there they can use it.That section was suppose to be blocked off by the rangers this summer but they havent yet.
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That section is called "The Stacks". Gets its name from the large rocks that are "stacked" along that section of trail and you climb up on at the overlook. Yes the trail beside that section is illegal. The trail is marked but some think because its there they can use it.That section was suppose to be blocked off by the rangers this summer but they havent yet.
O ok I thought it was so we stayed off of it and I informed a couple guys that came up behind us that it was an illegal trail. Just wanted to make sure I didn't mis inform someone
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Just some govt. Shutdown news.....the pines campground near potts mtn. Jeep trail is closed. The trail is open and I quote the ranger- "Roads that are normally open this time of year are open. If we would take a bunch of damage, then we'd have to shut them until the furlough is over." So hope we don't have any bad storms and take extra care when up there.
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Lets hope it holds true.

(SWVA4WD) will be up there on the 19th doing trail maintenance. First order of repair will be to fill in the big hole that everyone gets stuck in on "The Stacks". Right now people are driving around the stacks on an illegal bypass that will be blocked as soon as the stacks are doable on 31's and a mild lift. The second order of repair will be the washed out areas of the bypass around Burnt Bridge(also known as "The Ledge"). We will be hauling in several tons of smaller rock to fill in between the larger rocks to reduce erosion. All in all, Cindy was happy with the condition of the trail back in July when she road through there with us.
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Lets hope it holds true.

(SWVA4WD) will be up there on the 19th doing trail maintenance. First order of repair will be to fill in the big hole that everyone gets stuck in on "The Stacks". Right now people are driving around the stacks on an illegal bypass that will be blocked as soon as the stacks are doable on 31's and a mild lift. The second order of repair will be the washed out areas of the bypass around Burnt Bridge(also known as "The Ledge"). We will be hauling in several tons of smaller rock to fill in between the larger rocks to reduce erosion. All in all, Cindy was happy with the condition of the trail back in July when she road through there with us.
The hole at the very bottom of it? And I looked at the illegal "bypass" a couple weeks ago and it looks like it would be harder to come up that the actual trail. And the bypass for burnt bridge wasn't bad either. Id c how any one does burnt bridge that thing is ridiculous but the bypass was n good shape
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Its more about stopping erosion, than trying to make the trail easier. A lot of rock has been lost in these areas and that is the main concern. The stacks has become more of an obstacle over the past few years because of erosion and the loss of rock thus forming the large "hole" on the left side in front of the tree. And yes the illegal trail around the stacks is becoming more used and with no rock at all in the path just a sand and soil base it is eroding very quickly.
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Its more about stopping erosion, than trying to make the trail easier. A lot of rock has been lost in these areas and that is the main concern. The stacks has become more of an obstacle over the past few years because of erosion and the loss of rock thus forming the large "hole" on the left side in front of the tree. And yes the illegal trail around the stacks is becoming more used and with no rock at all in the path just a sand and soil base it is eroding very quickly.
O ok gotcha. The area just past the burnt bridge bypass or the ledge with the rock in the middle of the trail has eroded away quite a bit in the past year when I first went up last year in November it wasn't bad at all when we went up the other weekend it was pretty rough though but the rain may have contributed to that some
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^^^^I know what you mean, i was there in May and went thru easily but my last trip thru it was slightly wet and i had to pull winch cable,course i'm pretty easy on the skinny pedal
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holy cow!! how did the big rock in the middle of the boulder field get moved??!
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holy cow!! how did the big rock in the middle of the boulder field get moved??!
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I was told, but don't know how true it is, that some people who manage places like this wants to come through and drop rocks in all the rock gardens to make it accessible to any 4x4 vehicle.... like I said don't know how true it is but that might be how the rock got moved...
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I was told, but don't know how true it is, that some people who manage places like this wants to come through and drop rocks in all the rock gardens to make it accessible to any 4x4 vehicle.... like I said don't know how true it is but that might be how the rock got moved...
Which rock
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I think he's talking about that small rock garden with the bypass that you can go around it. Can't think of where its located on the trail. If coming from the bottom of the trail, the bypass is to the right and left is the small rock garden that I think he's talking about.
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it's the big square block like rock that was in the middle of the rock garden! and the bypass is to the right!! it's a huge rock! just can't imagine how it got moved!! i had heard something about making the trail doable with 33s but it was still pretty chewed up last week! ...'course i like it the way it is.... but i don't like to see folks tear up their rig either!!
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I think he's talking about that small rock garden with the bypass that you can go around it. Can't think of where its located on the trail. If coming from the bottom of the trail, the bypass is to the right and left is the small rock garden that I think he's talking about.
The one after the field? Axle alley
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The one after the field? Axle alley
Yeah, that one
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I was told, but don't know how true it is, that some people who manage places like this wants to come through and drop rocks in all the rock gardens to make it accessible to any 4x4 vehicle.... like I said don't know how true it is but that might be how the rock got moved...
The trail is managed by the US forest service and maintained with the help of a local club and anyone esle who wants to volunteer to help. The local club is SWVA4W. The main trail needs to be maintained to stop erosion and for saftey purposes so yes rock is going to be put in some spots on the main trail to help the erosion part. The obstacles are not going to be touched! The two only areas of concern right now are the bypass/main trail at the ledge and the climb at the stacks. This was supposed to be worked on this year but due to weather and the govt. Shutdown it will happen this coming spring when the trail reopens.
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i understand trail work! and will help when i can! that mountain is one of my favorite places in the world! the rock that is move is the big square rock smack in the middle of axle alley!!
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Yea it was moved when I was up there the middle of october not sure how it got moved but it wasn't easy I'm sure. Thinking about it someone probably got high centered on it and they tried to get pulled off of it from the rear and pulled the rock back with them.
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Planning on trying to make a run wendsday but it depends on the weather so if some of u that live close by could keep some info up about the weather that would b great. Ik the forecast is saying snow and rain tuesday. And chance of snow and rain wendsday so I will prolly post up tuesday asking what happened or what it looks like
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Planning on trying to make a run wendsday but it depends on the weather so if some of u that live close by could keep some info up about the weather that would b great. Ik the forecast is saying snow and rain tuesday. And chance of snow and rain wendsday so I will prolly post up tuesday asking what happened or what it looks like
It was pretty cold up there today, but check mountainweather.org when you wanna go up there it'll show a couple days forecast as well as realtime weather.
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98 TJ, i could probably pull it off but the weather doesn't look good at all!
Kuminski! that is the best weather site!! thanks!! i didn't know that it existed!!
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Yea idk if we r going to make it was looking at the weather and idk. Got a buddy that just got a new toy on 1 tons and 37's and he wanted to go check it out but he may just have to wait till another time.
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Kuminski! that is the best weather site!! thanks!! i didn't know that it existed!!
I think I found out about it in this thread a while back!

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