With the heavy rains of the last few days we’re starting to see some localized flooding.
The Lillooet River is running very high and is full of debris from the Meager landslide. Please stay away from the Bathtub trail and CN bridge; access the trails from the gravel pit. I’d avoid Stimulus – the road from the bottom is not protected by dikes and is likely underwater.
The Green River and Pemberton Cr. are out of their banks near their confluence and the bottom of Lumpy’s is underwater.
Thanks to everyone who came out for the PVTA’s spring Trail Day on Saturday. A huge crowd was on hand for breakfast on a surprisingly nice morning, and moved out across the valley to work on trails like Newsflash, Crosstown Traffic, Waco, and more. The new blue downhill off of the NIMBY was opened – folks were stoked!
Amazingly, Kevin Glavas captured a shot of the mythical trail gnomes at work:
A reminder that this Saturday is PVTA Trail Day, we’ve got a bunch of projects lined up including the introduction of the new descent. After some trail work, try out one of Devinci’s demo bikes – there will be Wilsons, Dixons and the Atlas in both carbon and aluminum.
April 13 and 14 the Devinci demo bikes will be available at the Pemberton shop. The Wilson, Dixon and Atlas will be available in both carbon and aluminium. Come out for trail day and try the bikes with thte buzz!