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    YAY! for new trail and a new Colorado State park!

    http://www.parks.state.co.us/SiteCol...Park%20map.pdf

    Its pretty darn fun starting up Mason creek then hitting marmot clockwise, about 13.5 miles and 3 k of climbing. Super great day on the bike with my roommate and brother
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    Nice ride pics STS! Those trails are in a very picturesque setting.
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    Thanks for posting! I had not heard of the new park. If the weather cooperates, may have to come up sometime this weekend for for a ride.

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    Gorgeous place and that trail looks very carefully designed and engineered; the armored section is impressive. Is this near the private trail system you rode a few weeks ago?

    State parks in general often have major potential for new trail. Anything that brings more park users through the gate is generally welcomed, so typically they are open to the construction of trails inclusive to mtn bikers.

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    Very nice! I don't ride the Front Range much, but maybe I'll have to change that, lots of new trail since I lived there eons ago.

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