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    Buffalo Creek Conditions 05.14.08

    Does anyone know if Buffalo Creek would be ridable this afternoon after the rain and snow we have had recently? I'm looking to get my Brother out there before he heads back to his home state of Michigan.

    Thanks in advance for any feedback.

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    go outside.

    look to the west.

    see snow.

    make reasonable conclusion.

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    http://www.pinecam.com/index.php?showWebcam=2


    Check out the pinecam, always the best bet for snow in buffalo creek.

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    Thanks for the pine cam link. I forgot about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBOASIS
    http://www.pinecam.com/index.php?showWebcam=2


    Check out the pinecam, always the best bet for snow in buffalo creek.
    That's a pretty fantastic little website right there

    Thanks Oasis!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBOASIS
    http://www.pinecam.com/index.php?showWebcam=2


    Check out the pinecam, always the best bet for snow in buffalo creek.
    That cam (#2) hasn't been updated since 3/15.

    Try this one: http://www.pinecam.com/index.php?showWebcam=1


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    it was totally

    rideable this afternoon.

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    we'll be there Fri, Sat, Sun off 550.

    high of 68 low of 38.

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    looks like snow
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    itll be dry by the weekend!

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    How's CT and Green Mtn trail? Dry enuff?
    sth

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    How is this trail? It sounds like a pretty big ride judging from trailcentrals description.
    http://www.trailcentral.com/trail/tr....php?trail=110

    From the reviews this sounds like a great ride. I'm just wondering what type of bike is suggested. Would you suggest taking a Hard tail or a FS bike? Thanks

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    One of ther best. Not technical but fast, flowy, buttery, and endless singletrack. All levels of riders have fun here...beginner to advanced. Not known for killer climb but if you pick the right trail in certain direction, plenty to be had. On my fav route, I did clock over 3000ft of climibing on my gps after 3.5 hr ride.

    Pefect for ss, ht, and xc fs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SingleTrackHound
    One of ther best. Not technical but fast, flowy, buttery, and endless singletrack. All levels of riders have fun here...beginner to advanced. Not known for killer climb but if you pick the right trail in certain direction, plenty to be had. On my fav route, I did clock over 3000ft of climibing on my gps after 3.5 hr ride.

    Pefect for ss, ht, and xc fs.
    Great! Thanks for this info. I'll be hitting this one up for sure within the next month. I always like the terrain over off 285 area - I once road the Colorado Trail that's just past Pine about 12 years ago. Less climbing and more up/down action from what I remember

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