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KSU Wildcat wrote:For the 1st time ever - I can help!! Today (Thursday), I hiked from the trailhead to just above the radio towers. There was patchy snow in places. At most 3" of snow, where there was snow. There were a couple of places where there was ice from melt, so you'll have to be careful there. I don't see any reason that a vehicle that can get over the uneven bumps, etc. in the road, would have any trouble up to the radio towers. Above the radio towers, there is more snow - road is mostly covered with snow, but not more then ~4" or so.
Thank you sir! Very helpful. This is exactly what I was hoping to hear
P.S. I'm an O-State alum and I had a blast in Aggieville/at the game two weeks ago. I'm pulling for yall for national champs!
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Unfortunately, that ice patch blocks you from getting to the remainder of fairly snow-free road. But at the end of the day the extra miles on your legs feel rewarding
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