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    New question here. What's dry in Jeffco?

    Anything fairly rideable without completely tearing up the trails? In particular Deer Creek, Falcon, or White? From the looks of it Green Mtn is the only real option...

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    Rode Dakota Ridge / MW yesterday - it's good except for Morrison Slide

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    yeah

    Quote Originally Posted by s1ngletrack
    Rode Dakota Ridge / MW yesterday - it's good except for Morrison Slide
    Morrison Slide was still a little snowy today. Rideable and not mushy for the most part, but a bit sloppy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BipedZed
    Anything fairly rideable without completely tearing up the trails? In particular Deer Creek, Falcon, or White? From the looks of it Green Mtn is the only real option...
    Rode Chimney Gulch to Lookout Mtn today.

    Still had some snow on the top 1/2 and was getting a little muddy in parts on the way back down, but certainly rideable.

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    Mt. Falcon is Great!

    A few snow patches, all rideable...rode up Castle, did Parmalee, Old ute Trail, Devil's Elbow Trail...how often do you get sunny and 70 while you are riding through snow in shorts? Seriously, not more than 100 yards of snow for all the riding...a little standing water and a little mud also, but generally great! Remember, stay on the trail, ride through mud and water, do not widen the trail!

    Anybody ride Walker, Hall, or White today? Looking for something tomorrow..
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    Deer Creek

    Rode Deer creek today ,mud and snow upto meadowlark trail then soild slush/snow/mud up to red mesa trail , red mesa in pretty dry.

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    Not Jeffco but Buffalo Creek is all good

    We rode Strawberry, Baldy, Gashouse, Buck, Millers, and who know what other loops from Pine Valley yesterday and it was all in good shape.

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