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    Colorado Springs is under snow but who wants to ride?

    Yeah the north end of the 719 is un rideable well unless your a beast.
    But just south of the border at the Pueblo Reservoir should be Good anyone wanna car pool that way?
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    Colorado Springs is under snow but who wants to ride?

    Once Iím cleared by the doc, Iíll be happy to meet you down there. I havenít been to Pueblo but it looks like fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stripes View Post
    Once Iím cleared by the doc, Iíll be happy to meet you down there. I havenít been to Pueblo but it looks like fun.
    Right on heal up, and we'll see you on the trail!
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    Trailforks still shows OWF as snowcovered, but I've never been there and would think they'd melt/dry quicker than anything else here in the Springs. Anyone have an update on the trail conditions there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBaldBlur View Post
    Trailforks still shows OWF as snowcovered, but I've never been there and would think they'd melt/dry quicker than anything else here in the Springs. Anyone have an update on the trail conditions there?

    Copy n Paste from Trails - Fremont Adventure Recreation

    TRAIL CONDITIONS AS OF 12/04/2019
    If you have trail conditions reports please send them to [email protected].


    If you are reading this page you likely don't need to be told, but as a friendly reminder to everyone else - DO NOT USE MUDDY TRAILS! If the trail is sticking to your feet, tires, or animal feet/hoofs, or if you are leaving deep ruts, foot or hoof prints, you need find something else to do while the trails dry out. Don't be the person that causes months of trail damage because you couldn't wait until the trails were dry - and we are dry often so you'll get your chance.




    Oil Well Flats:
    Mostly dry with small patches of snow / soft / muddy areas in the higher elevations and deep shaded areas.


    South CaŮon / Section 13:
    Mostly dry with small patches of snow / soft / muddy areas in the higher elevations and deep shaded areas. Horse damage exists along Mutton Bustin', ReCycle, Redemption, and Hard Time.


    Hogbacks:
    Dry.


    Royal Gorge Park:
    Extensive areas of snow and mud. DO NOT USE MUDDY TRAILS. Horse damage on One Track Mind.


    Pump Track / River Trails / Tunnel Drive:
    Dry.




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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBaldBlur View Post
    Trailforks still shows OWF as snowcovered, but I've never been there and would think they'd melt/dry quicker than anything else here in the Springs. Anyone have an update on the trail conditions there?
    According to the CS mtb faceplant page, OWF is dry and gtg. FWIW

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    Thanks guys!

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    There is miles and miles of dry trails at Pueblo resivor, it is the desert after all

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