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Thread: Permenente Trail Conditions

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    Default Permenente Trail Conditions

    It is accessable from Kings River and from the mile 72 trailhead. Frozen over this Saturday morning, a two wheel atv would have had no problems. Crossed the east fork of the Kings River three time, basically made it up as far as you can go. +18 at the trailhead in the morning, +40 in the afternoon while loading up. The mile 72 trailhead was trash free for once. Everytime we go, we try to fill up the trash barrel there with the stuff people throw down at the trailhead. good ride.

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    Thanks for the info, and thanks for picking things up, every little bit helps.

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    Default Sunday November 1

    +20 at the trailhead today. No wind at all once you get a couple of miles into the trail. The puddles are all frozen, so the first seven miles were a breeze. Quite a few trees blown down after that. The east fork was overflowed and could not be crossed by atv, however the west fork, or main drag has pretty much disappeared, and we were able to thread our way up that and do a little prospecting. Sunny and warm up in there. Of course it was windy again at the trailhead.

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    Default trees blown down

    If anyone is planning a ride up Permenente, could you please take a chain saw along and cut the trees out of the trail? Thanks !

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