Have you heard anything about the status of the trail? Just wondering, as the last trip report I saw of the area was MSV, and it looked like there was a good layer of ice on the crossing. But that was a while ago...
On the crossing? On MSV? The water crossing between MSV and Coney?
I haven't done the entire Bunce trail but it has snow blocks, not ice problems
Are only doing Bunce or are we hitting that crash site trail too?
I am planning to run Bunce (5.0 miles), T-18 (2.5 miles) and Iron Clads (2.5 miles). None of these trails are that tought so it should not take us that long to run them. 10 miles total of trails.
Ryan I am just making sure that I am thinking correctly, but isn't the northern most gate closed and we have to enter via the south gate at camp dick? (According to the Boulder County Forest Service Site)
Ok yeah I was confused...Camp Dick is to the South but I am still pretty sure we have to enter through the Northern entrance...I remember last year when I ran it this part from traildamage:
Coming from the north, take Highway 7 south through Allenspark. Before you get to the turn for Highway 72 you will see a sign for a "point of interest" -- a brown sign with arrows. This point of interest is the Bunce School where the trail starts.
Also this is where we aired down which is the school house no?
I'll be running a CB and generally we use channel 9.
Shouldn't use channel 9 - it's reserved for emergency communications only
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CB Radio Channel 9 may be used only for emergency communications or for traveler's assistance. Members of the Radio Emergency Associated Communications Teams (REACT) throughout the United States do an excellent job of guarding CB Radio Channel 9 specifically for emergencies or requests for directions. REACT is a non-profit public service organization. Its thousands of members can take advantage of REACT headquarters programs, which include group insurance, conventions, team newsletters, and special CB Radio equipment discounts.
There's a reason radios have a switch to change from any channel to 9 and back again.
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