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    REEB st(r)okage

    As a proud yet humble and modest REEB owner I was pleasantly surprised to see the REEB ad in the most recent Mountain Flyer and recognize this front range trail. Would any of my anonymous Internet friends care to play a game?
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    Too easy. But I won't spoil the fun for anyone else.
    Take the long cut, we'll get there eventually.

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    Hey you are not anonymous / imaginary internet friend. Better not spoil it, I'll talk to the Karate Chicken to find out where you live -heard he has addresses of all the regulars here.

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    Looks like SSV

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    Is the game what beer did you drink at the top of the climb? I say Dales.
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    I say SSV as well.
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    No on SSV. Clues on this one is note the high density ponderosa (really sticks in your head its a tinderbox waiting while cranking this climb out) and the steepness.

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    I don't think there's anything in the trees on SSV that is that smoove.
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    north sourdough?

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    I also thought Sourdough, but maybe Little Raven.
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    I'm thinkin that Ponderosa Pine dont grow very well west of the P2P
    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

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    That looks more like Lodgepole.
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    Hey you are probably right I thought lodgepole was a subspecies of ponderosa. So from memory I believe it is Pinus Contorta (lodgepole) vs Pinus Ponderosa. Sorry for the Pinus mix-up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydoug View Post
    Sorry for the Pinus mix-up.
    it happens...



    in light of the new tree info, I'm goin with the northern tip of Sourdough about 0.5 miles out of Camp Dick (plenty of Pinus species up that way, I reckon)
    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

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    Why must we always be comparing one Pinus to another?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Full Trucker View Post
    Why must we always be comparing one Pinus to another?
    It's the whole Camp Dick thing I imagine

    BTW, that trail looks a lot like a popular trail I rode outside of Blackhawk a few years ago, don't remember the name as a local was guiding us.

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    Isn't that Crosier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MK_ View Post
    Isn't that Crosier?

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    Yes it is...... I think
    pouring like an avalanche coming down the mountain

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    CroZier?
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    Oui oui! Crosier. Dave we went to Crosier so many times this year can't remember if I had a dale's or a chub. Inching towards the latter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydoug View Post
    Would any of my anonymous Internet friends care to play a game?
    Late to the party as usual.

    Ride On!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jl View Post
    Late to the party as usual.]
    Or early based on your perspective, regardless nice work. So how was it? Any chance you took the descent to lower lot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydoug View Post
    Or early based on your perspective, regardless nice work. So how was it? Any chance you took the descent to lower lot?
    I think jl's pic was from last yr. I'm planning on going up there for a ride in a bit if you want to join up for a ride.Conditions update>Trail needs a bit more packing. The climb up from stables was good until just after piper meadows. The aspen section of middle downhill was tough/deep, but it got good after that. Climb to top, and garden gate need more melting or traffic. Look both ways when turning your head.
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    Looks like a great place!

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