In order to facilitate a growing organization it was clear a real website was needed. So I will no longer be posting any more content here. Its all going here now: www.hrats.org so bookmark it!
Friday, March 2, 2012
Thank you Mother Nature! (Icemegedon of Jan 21 2012 is now dubbed the worst storm in 25-35 years) Since 'Seven Streams' was hardest hit. HR County and SDS Lumber are now forecasting that area as the next logging project. Which means 'Mobius Strip' and 'Frankenstein' are going to be logged- tagging up 'Spaggetti Factory' too- this is going to change Post Canyon forever and its a tough pill to swallow for us that have called Post Canyon home. We will update this listing as soon as any progress is made on them- until now- its bad here.
Posted by M. Estes at 9:49 PM
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
I saw this on PB and thought some of you out there would like to be owners too. Perfect lightweight tool for clearing sections of trail. The Jan 21 2012 'Snowmegedon' storm has been dubbed 'The Worst Storm To Ever Slam Post Canyon' according to local elders. So riding with this tool will be VERY useful this spring. (Note: This tool isn't for the hardcore trailbuilder like Sam Pinner who could easily break it just by looking at it funny. I posted this for the rider who can't wait to get on a trail and encounters 'blockage' or 'trail damage caused by debris or water runoff'. -editor)
$195 Three Piece with McLeod Head
$240 Four Piece with McLeod Head
$40 for Saw Attachment
$55 for Axe/Mattock Attachment
$55 for Pick/Mattock Attachment
To order go to the Trail Insight website HERE.
Posted by M. Estes at 10:15 AM
Saturday, January 28, 2012
Here's the lowdown on Post Canyon trails. Several trail adopters have reported major tree's have either topped themselves or dropped. Hardest hit are the longer XC trails, Extended Play is fully intact, yet The Scooter and Lower GP have some serious 'Storm Recovery' work before us. The 'Family Man' area is intact as well. More news as it comes my way. Snow is holding us out. So be careful if you venture into the area by yourself.
Posted by M. Estes at 11:39 AM