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    9 months ago
    We arrived at around 10:30 AM and went counterclockwise around the loop, starting at the Iron Goat Interpretive Site and taking the lower grade out and the upper grade back, meaning we descended the switchback part of the trail at the end. The trail wasn't too crowded - we encountered maybe four groups of people on the lower grade, one couple on the upper grade, and another couple on the switchbacks. Some trees were starting to come into their fall colors, and there was a bit of a chill in the air. The trail was mostly in good condition. We did find one about 8" diameter rotten log lying across the trail on the lower grade, which is supposed to be ADA accessible; with some effort we moved it to the edge of the trail. There's also a fairly deep hole at one point along the edge of the lower trail just west of the western end of the snowshed wall where the trail appears to be beginning to wash out, but for now it's not going to impede anyone. All in all a very pleasant way to spend a Sunday.
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