The trail condition was comparable to other good USFS and National Forest trails in the area. Our most recent visit was the last day of a weekend of severe thunderstorms. The trail was slick in spots which just added to the fun but we did have to remove several trees that had fallen across the trail. Comming out, during another heavy thunderstorm, we had to stop and remove a good size tree that had fallen across the trail while we were riding.
The ride is easy with numerous elevation changes and the scenery is always beautiful.
No bathrooms but plenty of woods. The parking area was clean.
We have rode here many times before, and the trails were always in great shape. The park must have suffered major storm damage. This last time we rode, all of us had kidney damage by the time we were through.
The parks department needs to get in there and clear all the down trees, and smooth out all the washed out rocky areas. It looks like it will be a big job.
The river crossing. I must say that due to the damage, the river crossing does not even look like the same area.
Parking area at windy gap was in great shape