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post #46 of 56 Old 08-03-2007, 08:16 AM
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Ok, I finally made the desicion to put Holy Cross first on the list for next year. So I am in for the little uns run. Have we made a choice of trails yet?

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Arlo's idea of Switzerland-Pennsylvania Gulch-Caribou-Eldorado sounds pretty good. Still open to suggestions of family (read a bunch of toddlers and youngins) friendly routes

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Arlo's idea of Switzerland-Pennsylvania Gulch-Caribou-Eldorado sounds pretty good. Still open to suggestions of family (read a bunch of toddlers and youngins) friendly routes
Sounds good to me, those are all pretty scenic and get more difficult as you go. This is a good plan, should we make it official and plan a meeting place/time etc. so that I can get it in my calender before I forget.
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Good plan Don - since we're dealing with kiddies here, do we need to meet up at 10? Pretty sure I remember catching Switzerland via Canyon, so we should probably meet up at the Araphahoe (?) King's.

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Good plan Don - since we're dealing with kiddies here, do we need to meet up at 10? Pretty sure I remember catching Switzerland via Canyon, so we should probably meet up at the Araphahoe (?) King's.
930/1000 sounds good to me at the Arapahoe King's. We will definetly have to plan a lunch stop for the little ones at around 1200/1230.
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You could either up up Sunshine Canyon (Mapleton St.) or up Canyon...Going up Mapleton is a bit slower to get to the trail buy makes it quick to get to Penn Gulch.

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930/1000 sounds good to me at the Arapahoe King's. We will definetly have to plan a lunch stop for the little ones at around 1200/1230.
Don - agreed with a vengeance

Ryan - thanks. I'll have to make sure I look over the routes for all 4. I was middle of the group for a Switzerland snow run, but haven't done any of the others as far as I know.

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Kids arent that little, but it could be my chance to get my boy behind the wheel on a trail with his shiney new learners permit
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