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    A Day at the Lake

    Hit Lake Pueblo State Park yesterday. Conditions where fine, bits of snow but only a tiny bit of messy. Chilly start, but weather became perfect in the early afternoon.



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    Love that Pueblo riding- hopefully a little moisture calmed the talcum powder dust down for you.

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    Heading there today, thanks for the heads up TP
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    disclaimer

    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzattack View Post
    Heading there today, thanks for the heads up TP
    FYI, I did not go up into the canyons (Skull Canyon, Hooters, Broken Hip) so I can't speak for the conditions up in them. They are considerably more shaded then the Inner and Outer Limits and Voodoo Loops.

    Have fun!
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    Early Cabin Fever Remedy

    Winter is setting in so its time to start burning the Pueblo match book, which is pretty full, I have only ridden here twice in the past 18 months. About 95% of the mesa (XC Trails) were snow free while the canyons and slots (DH Trails) had a bit more coverage. Amazingly, I only saw one other biker out on what was a pretty nice day, minus the wind that was whipping from the NW. With that in mind I skipped Voodoo and hit some of the Canyons. I also found some new trails including Inner Limits and The Buttes Trail.

    Updated trail conditions (almost daily this time of year) and Map of trails (bottom, use South Shore Map). Link: Current Association Documents

    [IMG]Lake Pueblo State Park[/IMG]
    Stonehenge Trail

    [IMG]Lake Pueblo State Park[/IMG]
    Stonehenge Trail

    [IMG]Lake Pueblo State Park[/IMG]
    Driftwood Trail

    [IMG]Lake Pueblo State Park[/IMG]
    Rock Creek Canyon (near Voodoo Trail)
    Last edited by Grizzattack; 12-17-2012 at 10:34 AM.
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    + rep for the STOKE!

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