Community Ditch (West)

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A simple trail, really... It follows the Community Ditch from highway 93 back to the Doudy Draw trail. Trail elevation is essentially flat, and it's wide (drive a truck down the trail wide). It can be a bit rocky or rough depending on how much cow activity it's seen lately.

Yes, cows. No, they are not wild, but they know you want to eat them so give them some space if you run across one.

This is a great connector to make some big loops in the area - so ride it! 

NOTE - there is currently no way to cross Hwy 93 while an underpass is being constructed. You can access this trail only from Dowdy Draw at this time. We hope the new underpass will open in 2014!

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Trail Meter: Fair»Good

dry and good to go

Trail Meter: Closed»Fair

OSMP has reopened the trail... actual conditions not known. There's still mud out there, so ride through it and not around it!

Trail Meter: Good»Closed

OSMP closure.... muddy conditions

Trail Meter: Fair»Good

Go to go, no mud.

Trail Meter: Closed»Fair

Short sections of muddy trails will still exist. Please use good LNT practices and hike through mud, not around it, so as to prevent damage to trailside vegetation.

Trail Meter: Fair»

OSMP closure.... Muddy!

Trail Meter: Closed»Fair

Last week's OSMP muddy trail closures have been lifted. Please go through, not around, remaining muddy sections.

Trail Meter: Good»Closed

OSMP muddy trails closure going into effect 1/21

clear of snow and mud

Trail Meter: Fair»Good

Great packed snow for fat and normal bikes.

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