Track! That makes sense, especially on Stony Valley. Apparently that was one of the most remote and toughest places for a railroad, when it was built. It hard to believe that entire area was stripped clean from clear cutting. An ecological disaster area. I've seen pictures of it and it looked like it was carpet bomber. Now it's one of the prettiest places to hike and bike. April the spruce and hemlock explode with the most intense scent. And then the rhododendron and mountain laurel bloom. Great place to ride.
How is the condition of the Heritage Rail Trail right now? I am thinking about making a trip down tomorrow to take advantage of this nice weather!