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    Quote Originally Posted by Drop the Seat View Post
    I think if you pushed west for another 1.5 hours then you'll be fine in Moab. Only a chance of rain Friday morning, then clearing up for the weekend.
    That's one option we're considering. If we can get out of the metro area early enough it might work.

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    Moab is chilly but dry. Sun is already popping out in GJ and the snow is melting off. Supposed to be 50 by 3PM. Looking at the map it appears it might stay pretty clear the rest of the afternoon (only 5-10% chance of precip). Loma and Rabbit Valley could be rideable later tonight if this keeps up!

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    Moisture has been pretty nominal thus far. Up until now Red Hill has been bone dry, and Prince Creek is 99% dry. If the moisture continues to be limited Things could be in good shape by Sunday.

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    Hey TomP, how is Monarch Crest lookin? Are we getting close yet?

    Coverage still looks pretty nice at the ski area, hehe
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    A couple of sunny days and this should be good to go.

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    Drool @ Monarch
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    How are the conditions in Gunnison/CB area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hothb View Post
    How are the conditions in Gunnison/CB area?
    Hartman's in Gunny is good. Only a few trails dry in CB at the moment, still cold rainy/snowy. It may be disappointing for people if they think they are going to be riding trails around CB this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDKeg View Post
    Hartman's in Gunny is good. Only a few trails dry in CB at the moment, still cold rainy/snowy. It may be disappointing for people if they think they are going to be riding trails around CB this weekend.
    Bummer...heading up there this weekend to see some family. Was hoping to get a ride in. What you're saying is I should probably just leave the bike at home, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hothb View Post
    Bummer...heading up there this weekend to see some family. Was hoping to get a ride in. What you're saying is I should probably just leave the bike at home, eh?
    Definitely bring the bike. Hartmans is riding really nice, but they also have the Growler race going on this weekend so it will be busy.

    In CB Upper, Upper Upper, Whetstone, Tony's, Lupine are all dry. Strand Bonus is dry, but Strand proper is probably still mega muddy up at the top, same with Lower Loop. The caves loop and lower cement creek trail are dry as well, but that's pretty much it. We've had quite a bit of snow the last few weeks and it still looks like mid winter above 11k right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDKeg View Post
    Definitely bring the bike. Hartmans is riding really nice, but they also have the Growler race going on this weekend so it will be busy.

    In CB Upper, Upper Upper, Whetstone, Tony's, Lupine are all dry. Strand Bonus is dry, but Strand proper is probably still mega muddy up at the top, same with Lower Loop. The caves loop and lower cement creek trail are dry as well, but that's pretty much it. We've had quite a bit of snow the last few weeks and it still looks like mid winter above 11k right now.
    Okay cool sounds good man. Weather looking shitty but you never know what can happen.

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    One more thing...guessing I can find all these trails somehow...? Best bet go to the shop in town or is there an online portal you guys have?

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    CB Trail Conditions

    Quote Originally Posted by BDKeg View Post
    Definitely bring the bike. Hartmans is riding really nice, but they also have the Growler race going on this weekend so it will be busy.

    In CB Upper, Upper Upper, Whetstone, Tony's, Lupine are all dry. Strand Bonus is dry, but Strand proper is probably still mega muddy up at the top, same with Lower Loop. The caves loop and lower cement creek trail are dry as well, but that's pretty much it. We've had quite a bit of snow the last few weeks and it still looks like mid winter above 11k right now.
    Any updates on Crested Butte? What are the chances 401 will be dry in the next week or so?

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    I see the 401 tread now, sorry new to this forum.

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    How are the Summit County trails looking these days? Specifically the CO Trail between Keystone and Breck? Any chance of them being rideable by the weekend of 6/28?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    How are the Summit County trails looking these days? Specifically the CO Trail between Keystone and Breck? Any chance of them being rideable by the weekend of 6/28?
    By the 28th? Yeah, probably, especially with the current forecast calling for it to get warm and sunny. The connections between the CT and Keystone gulch might still have some snow though.

    Right now runoff is in full swing. We'll probably hit peak streamflow over the next 4-5 days. There is lots of water pouring out of the high country right now.

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    Anyone been up to Leadville? Wanting to pre-ride the Silver Rush 50 course before the weekend of the 4th, but not holding out much hope. Last time I was up there a few weeks ago there was a ton of snow.

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    Breck is dry and loose up on West ridge ct.
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    Hi, CO riders,

    Any issues on CT segments 6-16 to be aware of? Have a mind to hop on it forth with. Not a FB user, so I don't get the trail foundation updates. Thanks loads from SoCal.

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    I was on Monarch Crest today which is seg 15 and a little bit of 16 to the turnoff for Silver Creek and it rode beautifully. Two weeks ago I did Seg 6 from Kenosha to Georgia Pass and it was great. This time of year the snow is long melted and no real snow has fallen yet. Just watch out for TStorms which I hit thunder on both rides.

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    Thanks, tomcat!

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    The Monarch Crest is one of the longer stretch above treeline between 6 and 16. The area around Breckenridge and Copper Mountain have good stretches above treeline but they just did the Breck Epic there a couple weeks ago and I'm sure are all clear. Most of the route outside of those areas are below treeline.The CT runs through Mt Massive Wilderness and Collegiate Peaks Wilderness in this stretch and needs to be bypassed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by She&I View Post
    Hi, CO riders,

    Any issues on CT segments 6-16 to be aware of? Have a mind to hop on it forth with. Not a FB user, so I don't get the trail foundation updates. Thanks loads from SoCal.

    Mike
    The part over the Ten Mile Range ( The ridge that separates Copper Mtn and Breckenridge) will have a lot of pushing regardless of which side you tackle it from. Spectacular place to be but brutal getting up there. You could bypass it via the peaks trail and about 7 miles of paved bike path if you so choose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zrm View Post
    The part over the Ten Mile Range ( The ridge that separates Copper Mtn and Breckenridge) will have a lot of pushing regardless of which side you tackle it from. Spectacular place to be but brutal getting up there. You could bypass it via the peaks trail and about 7 miles of paved bike path if you so choose.
    Thanks for that, zrm!

    I have done the trail previously, including the Foundation wilderness detours. TM Range, yes, I was gripped getting over that exposure with scary weather and dumping rain. Good times : )

    I'm curious about any closures, re-routes or anything that might throw a hitch in my getalong; sounds like I'm in the clear. Gimme a nod if you see a yellow Bronson, white Poc helmet and XL grin on the trail. I'll be starting Sunday with two bros who will loop back after a night out.

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    Am planning on heading out to Monarch Crest this weekend. Unfortunately, my partner had to bail. This will be my first time at Monarch Crest so I don't think I want to ride it alone, given some of the testimony's I've read. Will Labor Day weekend be busy enough that I could tag along with a group do you think? Or, open question, is there anyone in a similar predicament who would like to ride? I would classify myself as a Cat 2 rider, so nothing crazy fast by any means, but I am not a beginner either. Sunday morning was my target ride bright and early to avoid any rain/storms while above tree line.

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    Take the shuttle and make a friend or two. Otherwise just stay near the groups. You'll only be ahead if you are super fast and behind if you are super slow. Majority of riders on the crest are like yourself
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    I have ridden the Crest twice in August. Both mid week. The first time I saw at least 6 groups. The second ride I didn't see anyone til Marshall Pass but then saw a couple groups. Labor Day Weekend should be quite busy.
    I wouldn't be too concerned riding solo if you can change a tire I wouldn't worry. The route finding is straightforward and signed. Only minor difficulty is as bottom of Silver Creek but you can see the trail even where it goes through the creek. There are a few techy sections on Silver Creek but otherwise I wouldn't call the ride more than intemediate for technical on the actual Crest.

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    Thanks for the information 69erEverything & tomcat32. Have a great labor day weekend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat32 View Post
    I have ridden the Crest twice in August. Both mid week. The first time I saw at least 6 groups. The second ride I didn't see anyone til Marshall Pass but then saw a couple groups. Labor Day Weekend should be quite busy.
    I wouldn't be too concerned riding solo if you can change a tire I wouldn't worry. The route finding is straightforward and signed. Only minor difficulty is as bottom of Silver Creek but you can see the trail even where it goes through the creek. There are a few techy sections on Silver Creek but otherwise I wouldn't call the ride more than intemediate for technical on the actual Crest.
    That bottom of Silver Creek section got some love yesterday. Now rideable (somewhat tech) all the way from the plank bridge to the doubletrack without any water.
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    Rustlers & Steves/Marys/Horsethief should be rideable by the weekend.

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    Is snodgrass currently open in CB? Decided to head over tomorrow to get out of the heat and we are staying up there so I was hoping to just ride form the condo. I read it closes in July/Aug for grazing and to check cbmba.org, but the last update on there is 5/31

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    I'm pretty sure it opens in July/August, and closes after Labor Day.

    Do yourself a favor and ride Lupine and Gunsight too, that's a nice little loop from the mountain.


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    I show the cbmba page shows "updated July 23".

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    I happen to be headed to CB also, in Gunnison now, will hit CB tomorrow.
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    Thanks guys.

    If you click the trail name and go to its page it says 5/31 but someone in another thread said its open. Gonna maybe try and hit Snodgrass tomorrow while the family is at the kids museum or hanging at he pool. Then maybe check out Lupine Sunday early am?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobi View Post
    Thanks guys.

    If you click the trail name and go to its page it says 5/31 but someone in another thread said its open. Gonna maybe try and hit Snodgrass tomorrow while the family is at the kids museum or hanging at he pool. Then maybe check out Lupine Sunday early am?
    You likely know this by now, but yes it is currently open. Just remember that if the gate is supposed to be closed, CLOSE IT BEHIND YOU. There have been problems again with people not doing the right thing, which is rather confusing but seems to be the norm these days. Please do the right thing or we will lose access.

    Oh, and if you do it from the Washington Gulch side please try to drive the speed limit and slow for those not in a vehicle. The speeding and buzzing of walkers/dogs/bikers/kids/runners on the drainages has gotten out of hand. Virtually everyone I've seen doing it has a Colorado license plate. I realize you aren't from the Denver area, so this is for those who are that maybe reading this.

    This isn't the Front Range and your not racing the guy next to you so you can get to the next stoplight faster, slow down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JakeCB View Post
    You likely know this by now, but yes it is currently open. Just remember that if the gate is supposed to be closed, CLOSE IT BEHIND YOU. There have been problems again with people not doing the right thing, which is rather confusing but seems to be the norm these days. Please do the right thing or we will lose access.

    Oh, and if you do it from the Washington Gulch side please try to drive the speed limit and slow for those not in a vehicle. The speeding and buzzing of walkers/dogs/bikers/kids/runners on the drainages has gotten out of hand. Virtually everyone I've seen doing it has a Colorado license plate. I realize you aren't from the Denver area, so this is for those who are that maybe reading this.

    This isn't the Front Range and your not racing the guy next to you so you can get to the next stoplight faster, slow down.
    Thanks for the info. Did Snodgrass via Teddy's as a loop from the base area Saturday and it was perfect timing, I was done and met up with the family just as they were finishing up at the kids museum. Then Sunday AM went to the Lupine TH on Slate River Rd and rode it as an out and back. Again, timed it perfect and made it back just as the family was ready to go to breakfast.

    Ran into a guy I know Saturday and they were doing Doctors Sunday am.... was tempted to try and tag along but I knew there was no way I could pull that one off without bailing on the family. Next time.

    Fun quick rides, perfect for what I was looking for this trip. At least I have a little more trail info for next time when I may want to try and hit Gunsight, and the lower Loop trails.

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    After 10 months this thread is due for an update! I cannot provide one of course so instead I'll ask how CB is looking next week. The mountain cams still show a lot of snow but apparently the bike park opens this weekend. How are some of the other trails looking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terp View Post
    After 10 months this thread is due for an update! I cannot provide one of course so instead I'll ask how CB is looking next week. The mountain cams still show a lot of snow but apparently the bike park opens this weekend. How are some of the other trails looking?
    I wont be able to comment first hand until next week. But, I believe snodgrass opened. Most of the South'ish facing stuff like upper and upper upper are open. A bunch of the stuff out towards CB south was reported as dry by a good friend. Gunnison / Hartman's has been good for a while now.

    Basically high mountain stuff closed. Low valley dealing with runnoff closed. North facing are still iffy. South facing and most of the stuff towards Gunnison are good or close to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jestep View Post
    I wont be able to comment first hand until next week. But, I believe snodgrass opened. Most of the South'ish facing stuff like upper and upper upper are open. A bunch of the stuff out towards CB south was reported as dry by a good friend. Gunnison / Hartman's has been good for a while now.

    Basically high mountain stuff closed. Low valley dealing with runnoff closed. North facing are still iffy. South facing and most of the stuff towards Gunnison are good or close to it.

    These guys are pretty good at giving frequent updates:
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    Use the report and don't ride on anything you shouldn't. If Snodgrass has opened it was yesterday or today. Still snow in the trees early last week.

    The Mountain is opening this weekend but not all the trails will be accessible. Took the dog up Prospect yesterday and the Columbine trees were not rideable. Stop at one of the shops and they tell you if anything has changed this weekend. Strand is open, Upper Upper/Whetstone, Lupine sections and some of the trails out Cement. Check with a bike shop for up to the minute but you are limited.

    FYI to those thinking they will head out Gothic for some single track. Schofield is not accessible and unless we get a big time dry spell most don't expect 401 to open till mid-July, possibly later. Same with 403 off Washington Gulch. There is still a ton of snow up high and it is going to take some time for things to thaw out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JakeCB View Post
    FYI to those thinking they will head out Gothic for some single track. Schofield is not accessible and unless we get a big time dry spell most don't expect 401 to open till mid-July, possibly later. Same with 403 off Washington Gulch. There is still a ton of snow up high and it is going to take some time for things to thaw out.
    I'm crying over here. Was planning on riding Snograss -> Wash Gulch -> 403 -> 401 third week of June.

    On the other side of the Elk Mountain almost everything that is open is dry. All the lower elevation stuff (Glenwood, Cdale) has been for months. Hunter Creek is probably pretty close and Hay Park has a few more weeks to be totally dry. I imagine Basalt Mountain is getting pretty close if not GTG, will head up there this week.

    You guys got A LOT more snow than we did.

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    Winter, spring, and summer are all close to 2 months behind this year. Never really seen that for all 3 seasons in a row before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JakeCB View Post
    Use the report and don't ride on anything you shouldn't. If Snodgrass has opened it was yesterday or today. Still snow in the trees early last week.
    I got a text message from a friend of the trailhead sign. I believe it was Sunday, but definitely in the last few days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steezus View Post
    Winter, spring, and summer are all close to 2 months behind this year. Never really seen that for all 3 seasons in a row before.
    I think winter was just 3 months shorter in these parts. It was raining mid-mountain at Snowmass in February. We had some late season pow blasts but other than January there wasn't much of a winter in bounds. I recall at least two storms that were supposed to be massive and literally delivered nothing. A buddy who skis Beaver Creek said it was the same over there. Everything in the mid valley here has been dry since early March.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roaringfork View Post
    I think winter was just 3 months shorter in these parts. It was raining mid-mountain at Snowmass in February. We had some late season pow blasts but other than January there wasn't much of a winter in bounds. I recall at least two storms that were supposed to be massive and literally delivered nothing. A buddy who skis Beaver Creek said it was the same over there. Everything in the mid valley here has been dry since early March.
    Yeah I watched Snowmass winter conditions almost daily since I'm thinking of moving that way and it worried me to see how their winter went. That would be very atypical, right?

    So many other resorts got pounded in January and February, but then it was just about as warm of a March as it ever gets, but still enough snow to have extended the season until late last month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steezus View Post
    Yeah I watched Snowmass winter conditions almost daily since I'm thinking of moving that way and it worried me to see how their winter went. That would be very atypical, right?

    So many other resorts got pounded in January and February, but then it was just about as warm of a March as it ever gets, but still enough snow to have extended the season until late last month.
    This season was not normal, but reports from the backcountry were fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jestep View Post
    I got a text message from a friend of the trailhead sign. I believe it was Sunday, but definitely in the last few days.
    Spoke with a good friend who was up there. Still wet but rideable. His opinion was that people really needed to hold off till the weekend but some are on it. I would classify it as open but tread lightly.

    The melt off has at least begun, in earnest this week. The rivers are finally out of the banks and Cement is roaring. Things will dry out down low but up high it is going to be a bit. There are people coming in earlier then normal wanting to ride. Over Memorial Day weekend there were already issues out Gothic at the snowline. It is going to be a long summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roaringfork View Post
    I'm crying over here. Was planning on riding Snograss -> Wash Gulch -> 403 -> 401 third week of June.

    On the other side of the Elk Mountain almost everything that is open is dry. All the lower elevation stuff (Glenwood, Cdale) has been for months. Hunter Creek is probably pretty close and Hay Park has a few more weeks to be totally dry. I imagine Basalt Mountain is getting pretty close if not GTG, will head up there this week.

    You guys got A LOT more snow than we did.
    For future planning. Rarely (like almost never) is 401, 403 or Washington Gulch open the 3rd week of June.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JakeCB View Post
    Over Memorial Day weekend there were already issues out Gothic at the snowline. It is going to be a long summer.
    So glad we don't have those kinds of issues over on this side of the elks. Trailheads get busy here, but nothing like the Gothic trailhead on a Saturday in August.

    Quote Originally Posted by JakeCB View Post
    For future planning. Rarely (like almost never) is 401, 403 or Washington Gulch open the 3rd week of June.
    A guy can dream. So close, yet so far. I'd really like to ride from Marble over Schofield, 401, and back over Schofield. I'll see you in August.

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