Parts of Bently Heritage Trail under water

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    Kyle James
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    Due to high Carson River flows, parts of the west side (river side) of the three loops on this trail are under water up to knee deep where the trail crosses oxbows and low spots across the floodplain. Grasses and forbs are also quite thick in those places that currently have little trail traffic.

    For the rest of spring and likely into early summer, it is recommended to use the east side of the loops which are all dry and easy to walk. The north part of the south loop (south part of middle loop) is also dry and is the closest current access to the river. The Great Basin ryegrass is up to 6 feet tall along these trail sections.

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