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    Lake Granby help

    I'll be camping up in the lake Granby area and I have no idea where any trails are around there. Could someone point me in the right direction w/ maps?

    Appreciate it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ibexmsu
    I'll be camping up in the lake Granby area and I have no idea where any trails are around there. Could someone point me in the right direction w/ maps?

    Appreciate it!

    This is the closest place.

    http://trails.mtbr.com/cat/united-st...4_5843crx.aspx

    Unless you want to drive to Winter Park, only about 15mins from Snow mtn ranch.

    I'll be up at SMR for a family function and will be getting in one good ride a day for Fri, sat, and Sun AM.
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    thanks

    I appreciate the info. I will head on down there on Saturday, sounds like a nice area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ibexmsu
    I appreciate the info. I will head on down there on Saturday, sounds like a nice area.
    There are some free trail maps available, I've gotten them at the visitor center in Grand Lake before. There's some great riding close to there, check out Gilsonite, Wolverine, Blizzard Pass, etc. etc. great singletrack. If you're up for a long ride you can make a big loop out of Blizzard Pass, North Supply, Wolverine, Gilsonite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ventanarama
    There are some free trail maps available, I've gotten them at the visitor center in Grand Lake before. There's some great riding close to there, check out Gilsonite, Wolverine, Blizzard Pass, etc. etc. great singletrack. If you're up for a long ride you can make a big loop out of Blizzard Pass, North Supply, Wolverine, Gilsonite.

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    Thanks Larry for the info. Sounds better than cruising around SMR. I may have to sneak away and check it out.
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    thanks larry

    I will have to check both of those areas out this weekend. It sure will beat riding the front range in 100+ degree heat.

    Hope nobody dies on Green Mountain this weekend.
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