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    Young, Shawn Young
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    Trail conditions?

    Anyone know if the fire road climb to top of Bristlecone is clear yet?
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    Do I need a pass to ride this trail?

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    Young, Shawn Young
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    guess Ill do some recon after my sons swim lessons tomorrow
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    I rode it yesterday....it is 100 percent clear....no muddy spots

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    Young, Shawn Young
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    Quote Originally Posted by bcall8 View Post
    I rode it yesterday....it is 100 percent clear....no muddy spots
    Thanks man! Did you ride the road up and back?
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    No, I rode the single track from the upper trailhead to the top and then came back down the same way. However, the snow stays on that part of the trail the longest because it has less exposure to sunlight. You won't have any issues on any part of the trail

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    Sounds good, I think the hot weather is here to stay! Thank you for the replies))
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    I'm assuming all the DH trails that start from 158 are open then. True?

    I heard tonight that the shuttle companies that do Bootleg all winter are doing Charleston shuttles now that it's getting hot. Any confirmation to this?

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    Shuttles are for sissies

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    Quote Originally Posted by beagledadi View Post
    Shuttles are for sissies

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    True. I was just asking for the sissies..... you know....in case they were afraid to ask.

    I guess if I were a real man I could ride my 40 lb DH bike from Vegas to the top of the DH trails at Charleston then ride back up the road to get another lap in.
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    It's all good

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    Quote Originally Posted by KRob View Post
    I'm assuming all the DH trails that start from 158 are open then. True?

    I heard tonight that the shuttle companies that do Bootleg all winter are doing Charleston shuttles now that it's getting hot. Any confirmation to this?
    All trails off of 158 have been clear for awhile now...have fun pedaling that DH rig to the top

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