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    Sardine Peak Snowbasin Area

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    This is the only spot of snow. Let's hit it soon.

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    yeah....about that bigred72's Avatar
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    Aw yeah!!!

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    Was just up there the other day. It may have very little snow now, but it does have some considerable mud. You might want to wait a couple weeks still. However wheeler and ice box are in great shape! Be careful when heading down Ice Box though. Towards the bottom slow down and watch out for a couple of trees that have fallen over the trail.

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    I gotta go check it out in the morning. Can't wait for it to open up



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    Ice box Canyon still makes me shudder, my only major MB crash happened there many, many years ago.
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    I LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!!!! Ice Box. Went down once and left a beautiful butterfly shaped bruise. Dameet you all are making me homesick again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blueeyes View Post
    I LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!!!! Ice Box. Went down once and left a beautiful butterfly shaped bruise. Dameet you all are making me homesick again.

    Damn, now I want to see the butterfly and ride ice box canyon.
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    Since I still can not ride, I have been up running the trails, trying to stay in some kind of shape for when I can get on my bike. If you start at snow basin and go down to the sardine trail, it is not bad, from wheeler up to sardine though, there is quite a bit of bad mud...deep mud...but it is all green and beautiful right now. You see an old fat guy and two black labs running the trial, give us a shout out...and I promise, my dogs will leave you alone.
    go get lost, it is good for the soul

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    Dang it B.C. Quit supplying the rubberheads with trail reports.

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    Just got back from riding a loop from Snowbasin up the Ogden Overlook Trail and over to Sardine Peak and back. I took the trail heading East from Sardine and dropped down into the Maples Trail and back to Snowbasin. The trail is in excellent shape the whole way. Like Chromehead said though, it is really muddy between this loop and the turnoff to the Ice Box Trail. I never took the overlook trail all the way to the overlook, so I'm not sure if it's muddy or not up there.

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