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Laurel Mountain Rain Forest

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Thread Starter 

been riding tons! the constant rain has made it really hard to grab pictures though. We ve also been forced to ride rocks since the ground in southern allegheny county has simply become to wet to support horse traffic. My local trails are destroyed. Good news though is horse cant get over rocks as well as a bike. So the rocky stuff remains nice :).

 

Me on a cool elevated rock garden

 

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Kent taking the hard line though the trail, yes almost the entire trails looks like this

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Rainforest :)

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post #2 of 3

I think I have hiked on that very same trail.  Is that by Laurel mountain ski, the part that is part of the Laurel mountain hiking trail? Awesome pics by the way

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well its by the hiking trail which is technically off limits(and not very fun to ride) but yeah these are all up by the ski lodge.

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