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    The Weekend is coming...Hmmm, where to go

    The lovely Missus Goat has given me a Hall Pass to be home by 4pm for tomorrow. With a 6-7am start at a trail head, this means I basically get to do an all day ride.

    # 1 choice: Kenosha East and if I have time and something left Kenosha west as far as I can go.

    # 2 Choice: Keystone, Breckenridge, Frisco Up the Aqueduct, CT, Blair Witch, some variation into Breck, Peaks Trail to Frisco and back

    #3 Choice: Peaceful Valley...Rocky goodness all around me, oh my!

    #4 Choice: Winter Park and Fraiser


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    They are all terrible choices, I am not sure how you make it through life with desire and options like those.



    I would vote for option 2 because I have never done it and it sounds like a lot of fun, but then Option 1 is always good as well, as is Option 3. Option 4 at this time of the year (before the summer crowds start to arrive) also doesn't suck. To many choices! you just need a magic 8-ball for decisions like this.

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    Frisco to breck on the peaks to CT looped back to gold hill to peaks back to Frisco and mow down on some BBQ and liquid refreshments at the challenge. See you out there.

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    Where is Peaceful Valley? I can't find it on singletracks.com.
    Maintain internal heights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nixgame22
    Where is Peaceful Valley? I can't find it on singletracks.com.
    Camp Dick, Northern Terminus of the Sourdough Trail. Much goodness to ride there.

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    How About....

    helping COMBA build the black diamond trail in Buff Ck. You'll have time for a brat and a beer after and be home by 4. Time for a little sweat equity. C'mon Goat, you know you wanna.

    http://www.comba.org/build/current/bcbd

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    Quote Originally Posted by casey
    helping COMBA build the black diamond trail in Buff Ck. You'll have time for a brat and a beer after and be home by 4. Time for a little sweat equity. C'mon Goat, you know you wanna.

    http://www.comba.org/build/current/bcbd
    I appreciate the offer to let me come but due to bailing on the Bailey Hundo and stress at work, this one weekend day I get to do anything thats for me, needs to be a long ride.

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    Biased towards #3, and I'd like a report...


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    I was thinkin about having my wife drop me off in Buff Creek and ride CT to Waterton Canyon before they close it down for a year. Plus it would be a good ride to test out my chest mount for my hdpro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baerly
    I was thinkin about having my wife drop me off in Buff Creek and ride CT to Waterton Canyon before they close it down for a year. Plus it would be a good ride to test out my chest mount for my hdpro.
    This one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by casey
    helping COMBA build the black diamond trail in Buff Ck. You'll have time for a brat and a beer after and be home by 4. Time for a little sweat equity. C'mon Goat, you know you wanna.

    http://www.comba.org/build/current/bcbd

    +1

    BIGGER REWARD!

    Yeah, we wanna make you feel guilty.

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    Drumroll please:

    50 miles of Breckenridge and it was Bad A$$!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baerly
    ride CT to Waterton Canyon before they close it down for a year.
    Have i missed something?
    I'm a cowboy on a steel horse i ride!

    the blog

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    Quote Originally Posted by PBR me!
    Have i missed something?
    Waterton Canyon to be shut down for almost a year

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoatepics
    Drumroll please:

    50 miles of Breckenridge and it was Bad A$$!

    Thanks Wkd didnt see that thread, guess that will affect the CTR race and current records a bit.

    Goat: where are all the pics! Post is useless without pics!!
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    My Breck Fidy:

    a random view from the Peaks Trail

    a view from Peaks Trail

    Top of Gold Hill

    Gold Hill

    Clearcut much

    Clear Cut on Gold Hill

    Clearcut from 1988, a fire waitin to happen

    this was clear cutted in 1988

    Random Meadow on the CT

    Colorado Trail

    View of the Peaks from the CT

    Looking towards Breck from the CT

    New carbon fork thanks to Subliminalshiver

    Intersection of the CT and Redskin

    Some CT goodness

    The CT at the Middle fork of the Swan

    Somewhere near the South Fork of the Swan

    from the marsh to the trees

    Where there is still some snow to be Hiked

    still snow snow to hike

    But it gets good soon enough

    Trail across the talus field

    where old flumes make great bike stands

    Old Flumes make great bike stands

    View from Humbug Hill

    View from Humbug Hill

    Then up Ski Hill Rd in Breck to drop the Peaks back to Frisco

    Peaks Trail

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoatepics
    View of the Peaks from the CT

    Looking towards Breck from the CT

    Oh my, the foliage is so nice this time of year!

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    Probably passed you on the peaks trail. We rode it out and back from frisco. Not as long a ride as you but I got two flats and a broken chain. Didn't think that kinda **** was supposed to happen on my birthday Good ride anyway.

    I hadn't ridden the peaks in a few years. It's a lot wider than I remember it and that clearcut area is a bummer.

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    Nice pics I need to get up to the high country this season. I ended up doing 6 hours with friends at Curt Gowdy today. We had a grate day other then me almost falling off a cliff on a new trail and my friends wife coming off a rock and landing on her face. But she was ok and landed on soft dirt.

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