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    Huntsville SP Sunday

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    Anyone?
    ...and the mountains shall drop sweet wine and the hills shall melt.

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    Hunstville is closed because of storm damage. It may be closed at least through October. A group from NWCC is riding at Lake Bryan Sunday.
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    I better call Huntsville and see if they will be open and ready for our NWCC weekend road/offroad campout in November.

    Hey Del, meet us at Lake Bryan sunday.

    Leann, are we meeting at 9am? Call me if you want to stop by my house and carpool.

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    I'm surprised there was storm damage at Hville and that they closed it. Here in BCS, the weather during Rita was nice.

    I am going to be in Hville anyway, so I thought I'd take the bike and get in a ride. So much for that idea.
    ...and the mountains shall drop sweet wine and the hills shall melt.

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    They were closed because of power outages. They weren't a priority so were last to get power back. They are open now.

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    More info please

    Hi,
    I'll be on my way to Conroe this weekend, and was thinking about bringing my bike and riding in Huntsville... Can someone tell me how to get to the trail head, where to park, how much it costs to ride, how long the trail is, how technical... etc??
    Oh, if there is a number I can call to see if it's muddy or not would be great too!
    Thanks so much!!
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    I think park entrance fees are around $5. After going through the front gate, park at the interpretive center on your right. The trail head starts there. They can give you a map at the entrance. Look at it because there are a couple of turns that you could miss. I haven't been out there since all the storms but I heard the trees had been cleared off the trail. It should be nice. The trail isn't technical at all, just some sand and roots. Have fun, it's a great trail.


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    Thanks so much for the info!
    I hope everyone get some bike time this weekend!!
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    Hey Greg, how are you? Thanks for posting the website, that makes it easier.

    Dodie, why a ketchup bottle?

    Mel
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    I am back. I have new maps of Huntsville that are imposed over topographic arial shots. A freind put it together for us. The bees have been killed on the trail and I hope to get out there this weekend and clean up some of the small stuff that is likely laying over the trail still.

    I will try and check this area from time to time for HSP questions or you can e-mail me: schroeder_jimm at Hotmail dot com
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    Hurry up and get the trail cleaned up! We've got a big group of roadies and off roadies camping up there next weekend.

    Mel
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