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    What's Ridable tomorrow?

    Planning to ride somewhere between Pueblo and Ft Collins, if there's anything dry enough. Suggestions?
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    since boulder didn't get any of the snow I'm going to say hall and heil are good to go.

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    Pueblo for sure.

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    Northern report:

    Dry: Bobcat, DBB, Coyote, front side of Horsetooth Res., Blue Sky, select areas in HTMP per this post from this afternoon:

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.ph...15#post4213015

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    I would second up north, at least last weekend...we rode Devils, Indian, Blue Sky into Horsetooth up that road, maybe power line...total ***** of a climb. Didn't ride the entire road, but ended up at 26 miles in all with a good amount of climbing. Horsetooth still had snow, I wouldn't imagine much of the single track up there is dry, gets a bit higher in elevation, but all the previous was dry and really nice....Blue Sky is a great trail. Here are a few pics....

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    The springs is a soggy snowy mess.

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    Green Mountain ...

    was dry on Tuesday. Pretty much all of Heyden and GM trails. I crossed over C-470 and rode Zoro up, but it was still snow covered on the top of Dakota ridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nomad rdr
    The springs is a soggy snowy mess.
    You got your work cut out for you then. I want that place dried out by 10am tomorrow morning or it's the Pueblo for you!
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    Looks like Hall or Bobcat once again tomorrow... melt, melt, melt

    Hall was dry today, didn't do the loop though...
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    if your not lookin for anything super gnarly to ride lory was almost bone dry today (other than that giant lake we call horsetooth to the east
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    Beetchin' thanks for all the info.
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    Most of Belcher up W. Ranch is clear/ dry. Haven't ventured onto the north side yet...
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