If you miss the sign, you'll know when you're there! I started trimming and opening up the overgrown corridor today. Can temporarily enter trail through two sets of stone "gates." City piling dirt there but just go straight through to second set. by the Dairy Queen to 5th and go through the rear entrance. They actually do have an easy official video post thing. I'm glad you put this here because it's the only video of Krug since the redesign several years ago. I never thought to check the comments and they were set at oldest first.
Nevermind the gunshots you may hear starting your next big climb. There are some fun "bowl-like" features on the last part of the trail with some steep climbs. Found some trees over the trail and still have a lot of work left. You'll have a short ride through the closed parking lot to access the trail. Lee Clark At some point, I'll probably go out and re-shoot it with your new re-route at the end (and now that I'm running the trail a lot faster and smoother). Was checking the new features and saw your comments. The most up to date place for Saint Joseph trail news is on the Facebook group page Joetown MTB.
Another long descent brings you to the Red Bridge section and the Bridges section.
All structures are narrow to keep ATV's off and have gaps to keep horses off. After the Bridges one begins another climb to the Cedars section.
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