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    Giant Anthem
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    is green mountain rideable??

    Taking a quick trip back to Denver soon while the weather is still nice.

    Whats green mountain, white ranch, or Mt falcon looking like?

    Is everything generally dried out from the nice weather?

    Thanks guys.

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    GM is good to go, reports are that Falcon is mostly dry up the castle trail - don't know about the parmalee loop, tower trail, devil's loops up top though. WR still had snow/ice up in the trees as of two days ago.
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    Pretty much all of falcon is dry. Some snow spots in the shady areas.

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    thanks guys!!!

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    Green Mountain looks good.

    We have been sticking to Green Mountain the last couple of weeks and it's great. We even took Zoro up to Dakota Ridge. Green Mountain has a little mud on the backside. Dakota Ridge has some definite snow. I'm anxious for some of the other trails to open up.

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    I have this feeling that other trails will be "this close" to opening up, then BAM! Snowstorm ... I'm just sayin'
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    I rode Dakota ridge on Wednesday afternoon and it was perfect. Absolutely no snow. Same with Mathews/Winters.

    On the other hand I rode Apex on Tuesday and it was still needing some time, especially above the lower enchanted turnoff. By now i suppose it could be good to go though.

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