I think it sounds fun, but I also think lets not do it unless we have permission.
Trail maintenance ride report (with exception of Pfundstein a/k/a Red w/ Blue a/k/a North Ridge and illegal trails in the ravine below Koto Buki): Orange, Purple, Green, White, and Nature Center Outer Loop now rideable without need to dismount (which actually gives one pretty significant mileage). Not all spurs were ridden, but they appear to be clear from either a distant visual inspection and other rider reports. Some of the bridle trail was drying out (until tonight of course). All in all, there are two or three low hangers that will probably have to be removed (on White, Orange, and Nature Center Outer Loop).
The Hemlock (White) repairs look well done. Thank you Bob and your crew for repairing that hazard.
Horse damage is non-existant on Orange (saw a few horseback riders out today and for what it is worth, they were cool about staying of wet trails).
No time to make it to North Ridge today. PTAG and Schmitt are aware of the issues over there. We will see what shakes out from these thunderstorms before we ask Don to go out. I am sure we will have more damage after tonight.
All in all, I really hope some of you were able to make it out the past few days. The single track in NP is really looking nice this time of year, and you can tie an incredible amount of mileage together while still avoiding the old skanky bridle paths.
One last reminder: please be very careful on the 3 bridges and walkway across from the Nature Center Barn off of Brown. They are extremely dangerous when wet, so much so that they should not even be walked when wet. I am at a loss to understand why park management permits them to remain in this condition.