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Unread 10-28-2010, 01:47 PM   #1
CBatZJ
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Wheeling this weekend (10/30/10) between Denver and Breckenridge

Hey guys, a small group of us are going wheeling on Saturday, We want to do Boreas pass, but rather than drive all the way from Denver to find that it's impassable, I figured I'd ask around here first. So if anyone has any information on the trail conditions of Boreas Pass road, the info would be greatly appreciated...

Also since where we're going is still open, any other trails that you think would be a good idea to try this weekend, just let me know. We're looking for easy to moderate trails for daily drivers, we're not afraid of a little snow wheeling, and it would be great if the trail was somewhere between Denver and Breckenridge.

Thanks Guys, also if you aren't doing anything Saturday, feel free to tag along or meet at the trail head for whatever we decide to do.

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Unread 10-28-2010, 08:52 PM   #2
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Figured I would pass this along....

Good group of wheelers...

MSV and Coney Flats this Saturday 10/30: October 30th, 2010

Later,
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Unread 11-02-2010, 08:03 AM   #3
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Hey guys, a small group of us are going wheeling on Saturday, We want to do Boreas pass, but rather than drive all the way from Denver to find that it's impassable, I figured I'd ask around here first. So if anyone has any information on the trail conditions of Boreas Pass road, the info would be greatly appreciated...

Also since where we're going is still open, any other trails that you think would be a good idea to try this weekend, just let me know. We're looking for easy to moderate trails for daily drivers, we're not afraid of a little snow wheeling, and it would be great if the trail was somewhere between Denver and Breckenridge.

Thanks Guys, also if you aren't doing anything Saturday, feel free to tag along or meet at the trail head for whatever we decide to do.


what did you guys end up doing? we did boreas pass a on the 23rd when the snow was coming down hard. being as it is nothing but a dirt road it was easy to do even with fresh snow.
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