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    Real time trail conditions in pueblo?

    Anybody have real time ie last hour or so of conditions at pueblo reservoir? Ya that website says expect muddy trails due to inch of snow stuff. But buddy who lives near there says its nice and dry around him. Don't want to go down there this afternoon and muck up the trails, the canon is wet and sloppy here.
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    Well according to this state parks website it states:

    Trails - 5/1/2013
    All trails are currently open. To minimize trail damage, the natural surface (dirt) trails are closed during wet conditions. Right now the trails are dry and in great shape.

    Now that was updated yesterday but perhaps this was the status before the last snow. I'd love to know for sure. If good I'd head to Pueblo tomorrow, otherwise I'll wait till next week.

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    They keep conditions a little more current here
    I'm betting they'll be good by Sunday. I'd say the open range trails in Buffalo Creek may be doing good by the weekend as well.

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    Real time trail conditions in pueblo?

    The trail conditions look promising so I'm going to head down there to ride this afternoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNormsk View Post
    The trail conditions look promising so I'm going to head down there to ride this afternoon.
    The Pueblo trails are mostly dry and rideable. They will be completely dry with a little more sun this afternoon.

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    Just got back from a great ride at Pueblo. Trails are dry and good-to-go, canyons and singletrack alike. Many thanks to whoever updates conditions on the Pueblo trails website. Without that update this morning I probably wouldn't have gone down there.

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    Real time trail conditions in pueblo?

    Yeah the only spot where you will encounter a puddle is Creekside and that is all of 6 feet long. That's it.

    The rest are dry and dusty and annoyingly loose. It needs water to pack it down!

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