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    Nederland Trail Condish?

    Blue Dot, Hobbit Trail, Caribou? I assume it's pretty dry up there. Thinking of driving up from Golden and doing a little ride before Frozen Dead Guy days on Saturday.

    Anyone?

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    I talked to Mary from Latitude 40 (maps) the other day. They are up in Ned. She said it was tolerable dog walking but there is still lots of snow in them thar hills. She indicated that it will be a bit still. Heresay, I know. I'm sure some locals will chime in soon.
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    Thanks, Anyone else?

    I want to know because if it is a slop-fest, I will bring something other than a Mt. bike to ride around town.
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    Rode the road bike through there over the weekend and there is no way there will be any mountian biking anytime soon.

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    local here. Nope, leave the bike at home; anything that is slightly in the trees or north facing still has plenty of snow.
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    Still plenty of snow up here. Melting fast but more is on the way friday/saturday. Bring snowshoes or nordic if you want to have fun on the trails. Pugsley would be fun/ISH.

    For riding I would reccomend Walker/Golden stuff/ Lyons stuff/ Heil/ Devils backbone.

    Thats where I've been.

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    I don't even think a Pugs would be fun.. unless you like alternating between mud and ice packed drifts from constant melting/refreezing.

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    Skiis

    Thanks, looks like I'll bring the xc skiis and head to East Portal. ny suggestions for things to do at the dead Guy fest?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ibelieveinsasquatch
    ny suggestions for things to do at the dead Guy fest?
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    Wild Mt.

    WORD. I'd like to get up there Friday to see Halden Wafford.
    "Put the Fun Between Your Legs."

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