Originally Posted by 04LTtacoma
What is a hard trail?
Anything single black or higher, though we will probably only do single black with perhaps selective double blacks.
Are we going to hit this trail? I want to go up Firebreak Five.
Yes. That video was pretty accurate of the conditions I last saw it in, but that trail sees a lot of use and can change dramatically with the knuckleheads that like to go in and spin tires to chew it up. Sometimes it's difficult, other times it's laughably easy.
Originally Posted by snowgod06
mike, one thing i dont remember is if TSF requires fire extinguishers for OHV trucks.
I didn't look at it but the map does say it is required. If I can hurry up and get a real
one, I'll have one or two cheesy ones to hand out.
If they are under Regulated Fire Use, then it gets more concerning:
NO SMOKING except in designated campgrounds, developed recreation facilities, designated dispersed campsites or in the closed cab of your vehicle (doors on and windows rolled up).
· NO OPEN FIRES no campfires or charcoal barbecues except at designated campgrounds or designated dispersed campsites at which ODF has installed metal fire grates. (Propane stoves and gas barbecues are OK.)
· NO NON-INDUSTRIAL USE OF CHAINSAWS except as waived by the Forester.
· NO MOTORIZED VEHICLES OFF ROADS Designated OHV trails in areas covered by the waiver for OHV use remain open for use during Level 2 industrial fire precautions (IFPL). Trails in areas covered by the waiver for OHV use close but the roads in the OHV areas remain open for riding during Level 3 industrial fire precautions. These areas include the Browns Camp Area, Lyda Camp Area, Jordan Creek Area, Diamond Mill Area, and Trask.
· NO FIREWORKS.
· NO WELDING, ARC/TORCH CUTTING OR GRINDING OF METAL.
· REQUIRED FOR ALL VEHICLES OPERATING IN THE WOODS (except dirt bikes and quads): 1) 1 gallon of water or a 2.5 pound fire extinguisher 2) 1 shovel with an 8 inch blade and at least 26 inches long from the tip of the blade to the tip of the handle