Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: So Cal
Bikes: I don't own any bikes
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Limestone Open Access
If any of you have not participated in riding Limestone Canyon, I just want to bring your attention to the fact each month there is now an "open access" day where you can come in and ride without being docent led. Limestone offers everything from beginning level to quite advanced trails. This last Sunday, we did 12 miles. We started up, in the morning fog, Limestone Canyon to the "Sinks". From there we climbed to Box Springs. We tried a new trail, the singletrack to Lomas Ridge. Very technical and I had to walk here and there but it was a great way to get to Lomas Ridge. Once on the Ridge, the fog started to clear. We continued to climb and ascend until the Dripping Springs Trail which is a fun, technical downhill. Once again on Limestone Canyon, we continued on to Cactus. We climbed Cactus and finished down Limestone Ridge to Raptor, the new very technical (but really fun) singletrack down to Limestone.
Check out the schedule and I hope to see you out next time.
For schedules go to irlandmarks. org.
Here are some photos:
Private docent led mountain bike rides through Limestone Canyon. Go to letsgooutside.org
and register today! Also available: hikes, equestrian rides and family events as well as trail maintenance and science study.