Section of Greenbrier River Trail closed after flooding

By Friends of the Greenbrier River Trail

(Photo courtesy of Friends of the Greenbrier River Trail)
A rockslide blocks the trail close to mile marker 13, the same section of trail that was heavily damaged by the 2016 flooding.
(Photo courtesy of Friends of the Greenbrier River Trail)
Exposed drainage pipes can be seen following intense flash flooding earlier this week.
(Photo courtesy of Friends of the Greenbrier River Trail)
South of Anthony is closed to public use due to severe damage, but trail-goers can head north to Cass with no obstructions.

Flash flooding on May 22 caused major damage to several spots along the Greenbrier River Trail. The trail is officially closed between mile markers 7.5 through 14 until further notice. Distance riders may start or end at Anthony and travel north to Cass without any issues. The trail is still open from Caldwell to mile marker 7.5 for “up and back use.”

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