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Discussion: Calloway Fork

in: Yvonne; Yvonne > 2016-02-06

Feb 7, 2016 2:21 AM # 
That first creek crossing is treacherous.
Feb 7, 2016 2:35 PM # 
With the Boone Bridge bike lane opening, I'm going to have to come out and learn some of these routes. Might make for some nice long after-work rides in the summer. There isn't a lot of gravel near my house.
Feb 9, 2016 11:43 AM # 
Since I hit CF from Hwy D, that crossing is actually the last one on my route. But I would def agree, it is usually treacherous. I've wiped out there a few times. But strangely, that one was bone dry on my ride - it was the next crossing up that was inundated. I think the flooding changed the creek a little. I hadn't been on CF since the flooding and the County has obviously worked on the road - new gravel, grading, etc. It's shocking how much road gravel is in the woods - as far as 50' off the road in some spots!

Eric - CF road is only 5 mi. long and not terribly hilly but so cool in how isolated it is. No cell service even. It is easily accessed from Defiance back roads/hwy F. You can also access it from hwy D but I refuse to ride on the hwy so use the right-of-way which is kind of odd but no property owners have said anything to me about it (yet). Slow but a great workout.
Feb 9, 2016 7:39 PM # 
It's a really pretty road, too.
Feb 11, 2016 1:56 PM # 
Oh yes - what she said! Breathtaking any time of the year!!

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