Avoid taking a mud bath

Walking or riding on Riverfront Trail will get you away from muddy trails

Mud season is all around us. If you hike or bike early in the morning, you might still find firm trails. Once temperatures warm up a bit, however, you’ll find mud slung all across the valley. One way to avoid trekking in the mud is to walk or ride on the Riverfront Trail and its 12-foot wide paved path. There are only a few spots where mud can be found on the path.



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Mud season is all around us. If you hike or bike early in the morning, you might still find firm trails. Once temperatures warm up a bit, however, you’ll find mud slung all across the valley. One way to avoid trekking in the mud is to walk or ride on the Riverfront Trail and its 12-foot wide paved path. There are only a few spots where mud can be found on the path.

What do you get when you mix a foot of old, crusted leftover Thanksgiving snow and 50-degree mid-February temperatures? A major hankering to play in the mud! Mud season is in full swing…




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