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    Summit County mission possible?

    I need to be up in Frisco all weekend but want to get a ride in. Was thinking I would bring my bike in the event I can actually find a dry trail. Wondering if there is a shot since there hasn't been much snow and nothing is in the forecast except sun and warm temps.

    Anybody ridden up there in the past few days? Thinking something south facing like Tenderfoot trail near Keystone might be dry. Would be good enough to get my fix in.
    Yield to downhill

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    There are various live webcams scattered about in the mountains that can give you an idea of local snow conditions.
    Try, http://summitnet.com/summitnet/mountaincams.cfm or just Google the place you are looking for + "cam".

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    Tenderfoot might be passable, but I doubt it's dry. Same for other stuff, Frisco Penninsula may be passable but with snow and mud.

    Road riding is OK

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