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Weather conditions this week will remain warm, not hot, and fair. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s... http://t.co/vrqw8lNak2
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Just posted: Bear Down DH MTB http://t.co/1xGeL79WQa #mtb
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RT @mathowie: Dear Newspapers, when drivers in 2-ton cars kill cyclists instantly, the rider's helmet status isn't subhead worthy. http://t…
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Why would you want to ride this trail?

  1. You want to do some trailwork and then ride downhill
  2. You're at Boundary Campground and want a quicker way to get up to Bearwallow for a big loop.
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Baker Trail via Huckleberry Mt. MTB

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Distance: 
12.95Km

The Baker Trail offers a genuine bike mountaineering experience. While riding it I was reminded of this video by Vaude, only slightly less of a knife edge to the ridge. The route requires much technical skill in descending and plenty of brake pad. Rocky outcroppings provide ruggedly divine encounters as you weave around and around them riding down the ridge. Just keep in mind that this experience is reserved for true backcountry riders.

La Grande Weather Service Merges with La Grande Ride, Inc.

LA GRANDE, OR—Local business La Grande Weather Service, Inc. (LGDWS) has made the official move to merge with La Grande Ride, Inc. located on 1501 Madison Avenue in La Grande. Since 2009, the weather service has been providing reliable and accurate forecasting for Northeastern Oregon, becoming a corporation in Oregon in 2012. Both businesses have provided complimentary services during recent years which spawned merger talks that became more serious in recent months in an effort to become more efficient. Read more

La Grande Reservoir

The funny thing about La Grande Reservoir is that no one in La Grande knows where it is. Perhaps that is because it is also known as Beaver Creek Reservoir. Probably not. Perhaps because you can't drive to it or take an ATV to it. Or, perhaps because it is nowhere near La Grande. Well it's actually not that far from La Grande but driving to the trailhead is a long way around. Read more

^ La Grande Reservoir
 
^ A resident caretaker used to live at the lake in this dwelling.
 
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