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    Denver Front Range Trail Conditions

    ANY TRAILS RIDE ABLE IN THE DENVER FRONT RANGE? Any update on conditions?

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    I am thinking Hall Ranch has to be dry...

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    Golden Bike Park is getting close - see other thread.

    Maybe, maybe, maybe Green Mtn or the mesa's by the weekend but as it is still a LOT of MUD to be had. Anything in the trees or on the north face not ready. Or, do a dawn patrol although with temps the way they are even that could be sloppy.

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    Notta thing

    Checked 2/16 (wednesday) and Apex, Matthews Winters, and Green Mountain are all a NO go.

    Looks like some noob tried to ride Green Mtn from the Rooney lot and made it about 25 yards leaving a 2 inch deep rut and then had to turn around...

    Since the trails are not refreezing at night even a dawn patrol doesn't work...

    Hopefully with a little wind something will be good to go for the weekend.

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    Just got back from DBB and Blue Sky, it was 99% bone dry and all ridable from 34 to Horsetooth Res.. Good lord it was windy! Can't really complain though, MTBing in shorts and short sleeves in mid-Feb is a treat.

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    Dakota Ridge is a no-go. Needs a few more days. Dakota is usually the first trail rideable after a snowfall...so if Dakota is not ready, everything else is probably not either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by russman
    Dakota Ridge is a no-go. Needs a few more days. Dakota is usually the first trail rideable after a snowfall...so if Dakota is not ready, everything else is probably not either.

    I second that. The first climb from MW parking lot is pure clay. Hikers from the top said most of it is unrideable. Mathew Winters isn't even close to being ready. Let's just hope it doesn't snow Sunday.

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    Rode Marshall Mesa yesterday, wish I did something else. It will take more time to clean up than I spent riding. Too muddy.

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    Rode from my home to Dakota Ridge late this afternoon (Thursday, 2/17/11) and checked out Green Mountain on the way – it was still very wet (just north of the dog park) – would need to be frozen to get me on it right now. Dakota Ridge was great however – I rode up the Dinosaur Ridge road and hit the trail head at the top of the road going south to north. Not completely dry but little to no mud and lots of dry rocks! I did an out and back but didn’t go as far as even the saddle which is almost certainly snow and ice-bound. There was another rider who had come from the I-70 trail head – perhaps he will chime in with a report on the ‘clay’ hill at the beginning of that entry point.

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    I'd like to ride Hall this weekend. Anyone scoped it out lately?
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    Rock garden to bench is rideable at Hall right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitecrwlr
    Rock garden to bench is rideable at Hall right now.
    Any beta beyond that? does it look like it's drying out or could dry out by sunday (pending no rain). Like to out tires to dirt, but I'll hit the roads if I need to wait...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmac
    Blah, blah Thursday: GM - no good, DR - ridable blah, blah.
    FWIW - same thing Friday PM/evening - swung by GM on the way to DR. GM didn't look much better than Thursday - ugh. I may do a GM dawn patrol Sat. but GM really doesn't look good for the weekend.

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    White Ranch, Belcher Hill still has a lot of snow, I'd give it a miss for a few more days. Longer for the more wooded trails up top.

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    Ginni Trail, aka Bob Cat Ridge is good to go. It's a long drive for me coming from Evergreen, but well worth it. I always thought Dakota was the first to dry out but Ginni's forest burn allows for tuns of sun. Conditions where great yesterday, only short muddy sections, the back side of the trail if done as an out and back had snow near the bottom. But nothing bad.

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    Ginni???

    Where is this Ginni (Bob cat) trail?

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    Outside of Loveland, not far from Devils back bone which also dries quickly, but I don't know what current conditions are. http://netcairns.com/wiki/index.php?title=Front_Range

    The link will show you bob cat ridge. The name ginni is not used I don't think but it's the main single track trail in that area, do it as an out n back if you like climbing techy single track, can be done as a loop but I've never rode it that way.

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    Was just out at Golden Park. A few cross-trail streams so not great to ride on the trails right now, but a few more days with this weather and main areas should be sound.
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    Dirty Bismarck 99% dry

    Couple of very short 5m sections on High Plains a bit wet but easy to ride straight through without going wide. Rest is bone dry

    Met a rider who said some MTBers where ripping up the muddy Dowdy Draw to the west

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    Rode Green Mountain Monday (2/21) frozen (finally). GM trail, Rooney Valley Trail and Hayden trail. It was fantastic for a frozen ride - no snow drifts and little to no ice. I couldn't tell for sure that it would be good thawed though - lots of (rutted) dark spots and small amounts of snow on the trail. Several obviously longer snow melt spots on the Hayden trail but not all completely covering the trail. Should be great for the Thursday T.I.T.S (Through Ice Through Snow) ride.

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    Anyone been to Greenland out in Larkspur recently? How is it?

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    Mt. Falcon is not ride-able, lot of mud and ice and lots of bikers/hikers stretching the trail. I was able to ride/hike/walk up 1.3 miles of trail before it was not called for. Lots of Ice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tokay
    Couple of very short 5m sections on High Plains a bit wet but easy to ride straight through without going wide. Rest is bone dry

    Met a rider who said some MTBers where ripping up the muddy Dowdy Draw to the west
    Is the new section of trail open between singletree and Coalton, or do you still ride McCaslin over the hill?

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    It is all open now, the new section is very fast - almost like a road, wide and smooth. Fine by me as it makes for good aerobic training but some folks might find it a bit boring. Actually it wasn't boring yesterday as my QR slide out an inch on one of the descents - never had that before, glad it was a 15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmac
    Blah, blah, Green Mountain Monday (2/21) frozen (finally).
    Tuesday night frozen again - Summit Loop still ice and snow packed in many places - bailed back to the road due to lots of walking . Box O' Rox - top is great but when unfrozen probably unrideable between the bridge at the bottom and the dirt road.

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    Rode Dakota Ridge Mathew Winters Loop.

    Dakota Ridge-Great the stairs are icy and slick though.
    MW A few Icy spots. The two gullies are VERY icy and treacherous. The were only a handful of muddy patches. I know I'm gonna get some crap but Village ride was a mud pit so we opted for the alternate route that was still a little muddy but had a dry streak through it.

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    Green Mtn, Apex report

    Stay off Apex... Chatted with Jefferson county today as I was riding BY the trail. They said there is a ton of trail damage due to usage of the trail during the thaw. It's a good idea to stay off this trail for now...

    Rule of thumb: if you can see snowdrifts up on the hill at Apex... you are going to cause trail damage.

    On a good note: Green Mountain REI trail, The Road, and Box o' Rox are all good right now. There is one section at the bottom of Box (50 yards) that should be hiked if you like your drivetrain...

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    Anyone been up to the dirty bismarck today? I'm thinking the wind probably dried it out.

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    Couple damp spots on High Plains, otherwise Bismarck is dry. I didn't see anyone who had been up to Dowdy so I don't know how that is.

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    Other Jeffco

    So what I know and have seen with my own eyes is that Dakota Ridge (the ridge itself only...didn't get over to MW) and the Golden Bike Park are good to go.

    Now, how about Matthew Winters, Falcon, or White Ranch? On Falcon and WR I'm thinking maybe just the main climbs but if anyone has been up to either of those this weekend, let me know how they are looking.
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    I rode Dakota, Matthews/Winters and Golden Bike Park today. Dakota and GBP are both great, M/W is 95% good, muddy in the usual shady parts.

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    Tuesday, March 1, 2011 in Fort Collins
    Maxwell & trails behind stadium: Dry and good all the way up climb to top of ridge.
    Shoreline to new swim beach: Some dry spots....but mostly wet/soft/soggy spots. Needs another day to get to good to handle bike traffic.

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    Heil is looking pretty sweet with only a few snowy/shady spots to really complicate anything as far as wapiti/ponderosa go. Met a Ranger who reiterated that wild turkey and picture rock are still a little soupy, probably be better to let them alone another few days.
    Good little bumpy spin to shake the legs out and tune in some dials on my shock.
    Not too muddy, here's the post ride proof shot:
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    Anyone have an update on Mt. Falcon to Lair O Bear conditions for tomorrow morning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedier racer
    Anyone have an update on Mt. Falcon to Lair O Bear conditions for tomorrow morning?
    Sucks....
    Mt. Falcon isn't too bad with icy patches in the usual places and some mud at the bottom but LOB is an unrideable icefest in too many places to count. LOB is going to be very wet unfrozen too - expect mud (those ice sheets really suck - maybe with studded tires...)

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    Has anyone checked out Deer Creek?

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    Quote Originally Posted by subliminalshiver
    3/3/11
    Heil is looking pretty sweet with only a few snowy/shady spots to really complicate anything as far as wapiti/ponderosa go. Met a Ranger who reiterated that wild turkey and picture rock are still a little soupy, probably be better to let them alone another few days.
    Good little bumpy spin to shake the legs out and tune in some dials on my shock.
    Not too muddy, here's the post ride proof shot:
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    3/6 rode Heil this afternoon.
    Didn't even venture onto Picture rock based on reports, but heard it's good to the Silo.
    Wapiti was in awesome shape, a few short muddy sections on the descent to Picture Rock trailhead but nothing major. Wild Turkey was mostly good, the flattish-cinder section along the overlook was soft & sticking to the tires, but not unrideable or causing damage. Some snowy sections that had a little mud, but if stuck to the snow or rode the mud, were ok.

    Ponderosa was in good shape overall.
    Very little mud on my bike or body post-ride....

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    Anyone been to White Ranch or 3 Sisters lately. I'm assuming 3 sisters is a no-go.

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    How's Hall looking? Especially past the bench.

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    I'm looking at Chimney this evening, anyone been up there recently? I'm guessing I'll see some snow but how much is up there.

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    I live pretty close to 3 sisters. Haven't even bothered to look yet. Still snow in the shaded areas and probably muddy in the usual spots. Sorry, it's going to be a while before they are ready in my opinion.

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    Any updates from yesterday on things around Golden?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gobstopper
    Any updates from yesterday on things around Golden?
    Still pretty limited....did a road ride up Lookout two days ago; a lot of snow up high still. Best bet for longer rides is Green Mountain/Dakota/Bear Creek area.

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    Ranger Grady from Twitter on Picture Rock: "Heil Picture Rock Tr. is in fair condition, sections of mud between 1.5mm and 2.5mm, ride the south access, it is good! #boco_trails."

    Everything else at Heil is in mint condition, reports that there is a fire near Hall Ranch... But looks like it's small and contained/

    Looks to be a good weekend to pull off the Heil/Hall Double, though not sure how Nelson loop is, but heard its great to the bench and passable up to the loop but not the loop itself {EDIT}!
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    The Nelson Loop and Antelope trail at Hall Ranch are still muddy. Please avoid. thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sprocketjockey9
    Everything else at Heil is in mint condition, reports that there is a fire near Hall Ranch... But looks like it's small and contained/

    Looks to be a good weekend to pull off the Heil/Hall Double, though not sure how Nelson loop is, but heard its great to the bench and passable up to the loop but not the loop itself {EDIT}!
    The Daily Camera is reporting the fire is in Lefthand Canyon and people are being evacuated, so I don't know if this is the weekend for Heil.

    http://www.dailycamera.com/news/ci_17591549
    The fire is approximately 20 acres and moving east from mile marker 3 on Lefthand Canyon Drive, according to Boulder County's Office of Emergency Management. The blaze is moving toward the entrance of Heil Ranch Open Space.
    Let's hope it's contained quickly.
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    Rode heil yesterday (thursday 3/10). Wapiti and wild turkey are in good shape. Ponderosa had a couple of snow drifts but no real mud. Descended picture rock to the silo with 2 or 3 short mud sections of 5-10 feet each. After the silo, however, it was too muddy to ride IMO.

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    This may seem stupid, but does anyone know if (how) this page can be made to display newest post at the top, instead of oldest? It's minor but annoying to have to scroll down...and as it gets longer to have to go to subsequent pages. Most of us really don't care about conditions 3 weeks ago any more!!

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    Has anyone heard any reports on Walker Ranch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccornacc
    Has anyone heard any reports on Walker Ranch?
    Walker was windy and snow at the bottom. Mud wasn't too bad. Going to be smokey the next few days.

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    Lair O the bear ridable?
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    Heil is closed from the Lyons side

    Fire closure....

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    I rode Apex today, it's good, save for a few shady sections, but I stayed on the trail for all of them and my bike wasn't very muddy.
    I didn't even bother checking Enchanted Forest, just assumed it's either snow or ice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffcoHo
    Lair O the bear ridable?
    Rode it today, about 10.5miles of it, it has snow on the trail in some spots, and mud - I'd call it ridable, but your going to be filthy when your done

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    Just rode Mt. Falcon today. Trail is in real good shape. A few snowy spots (at the top in the trees), Parmalee Gulch is pretty clear. I would say about 95% of area is dry. But it's spring riding, so you will get muddy!

    Don't go off trail to avoid mud. It can take years to restore. Ride through and get DIRTY!

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    Has anyone ridden Walker Ranch recently?

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    Buffalo Creek was terrible on Sunday. Everyone better just stay away.

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    Looking for an update on Walker and Hall...

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    Hall Ranch. Bitterbrush/Rock Garden all good from Hwy 7 to the loop. Then Nelson Loop and Antelope TRail are still both prohibitively muddy.
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    Chimney Gulch: Clear the a few scattered snow/slush spots, all rideable. There is a bit more snow pack above the saddle.
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    Anyone been out at either Flatirons Vista or Green Mountain?

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    Both Flatirons Vista and Green Mountain are dry and rideable.

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    Is the south side of Heil Valley good to go? Picture Rock?

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    Rode Hall tonight. I rode up to the loop and then went CW (left) at the junction. Everything up to the loop is completely dry, and the loop is 95% dry and 100% rideable. Damn was that a good ride.

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    Did you ride up Antelope or the rock garden?

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    I rode up the rock garden- completely dry.

    A slight disclaimer- I rode the loop CW to the top, and then turned around and came down the same way since I knew it was dry. However, I saw a few people who hit the other half of the loop and their bikes were fairly clean too.

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    Thanks for the beta. Going to try and hit it tomorrow around 230!

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    North Table is completely dry.

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    Walker is GTG also. Rode it last night and was pleasantly surprised. I ride it clockwise (i.e. up the hike section). First downhill in that direction had some small puddles and a very small amount of snow. Creek was really shallow down low too. SWEET!

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    Heil and Hall both have a few soft spots but both are 100% rideable. Just talked to one of the local rangers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ignazjr
    Heil and Hall both have a few soft spots but both are 100% rideable. Just talked to one of the local rangers.
    Rode Hall this am. Most excellent on the rock garden and up to the Nelson loop. A few very minor wet spots near the creek crossing & only 1 super short section of ice in the shade. Really good and rideable, maybe had barely single spec of mud on me post ride...

    Just a bummer that lots of people rode the loop when it was uber muddy and now there are some big ruts and the trail is widening in a few spots

    Everything is great right now, be one of those great weekends to pull of the Heil/Hall double

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    Walker is in great shape. Couple of tiny sections of packed (and grippy) snow. Couple of tiny muddy puddles on the big drivable track section. Otherwise great and good temps for today's lunchtime ride.

    Some trees have been pruned by someone, one technical section now much easier to ride on left going down. In the past trees forced a harder rockier line.

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    Centennial Cone thursday p.m.:

    Mayhem Gulch - dry except the top, recommend Juniper

    Travois: dry except the trees down to the bridge which was wet and icy in spots; also some icy spots on the east end - firm track and can be ridden without trail damage; one short muddy section just below the north parking lot - should avoid.

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    Awesome, might try just that!

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    Rode Hall this am. Most excellent on the rock garden and up to the Nelson loop. A few very minor wet spots near the creek crossing & only 1 super short section of ice in the shade. Really good and rideable, maybe had barely single spec of mud on me post ride...

    Just a bummer that lots of people rode the loop when it was uber muddy and now there are some big ruts and the trail is widening in a few spots

    Everything is great right now, be one of those great weekends to pull of the Heil/Hall double

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    3 sisters conditions?

    has anyone tried 3 sisters in the last few days?

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    Can I assume Green Mountain is good to go?
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    I'm proposing a new format for this thread...let me know what you all think. I was just sick of seeing the same questions that had already been answered. Just reply to this post with updates maybe?

    Betasso-
    Centennial Cone-
    Deer Creek-
    Dinosaur Ridge/Hogback-
    Falcon- GTG to the pavilion. then?
    Golden Gate SP-
    Green Mountain- GTG. 100%.
    Hall Ranch- GTG to the loop, then 95% - a few wet spots in the shade.
    Heil Ranch/Picture Rock- Fire Closure update??
    Lair O' The Bear-
    Marshall Mesa/Flatirons/Dowdy-
    Mathews-Winters-
    Three Sisters-
    Walker- some wet spots on the first clockwise DH; otherwise GTG.
    West Mag-
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    I like the idea, but you would have to somehow highlight the trail you updated (red text?). And people are still going to ask about trails/areas that haven't been updated lately.
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    Did high plains, Flatirons Vista,Dowdy,Springbrook........all good to go

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    Dakota and Mathew Winters good to go.

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    I need help on a route for tomorrow in an area I've never ridden. From Foothills and Walnut in Boulder what is the easiest/safest/most dirt or bike trail way to Marshall Mesa? What is a good route for 2.5-3.5 hours out there and finally is there a way to get from MM to the west side of Standley Lake on bike paths or trails or maybe a minimal amount of road riding?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSteve in CO
    Can I assume Green Mountain is good to go?
    Yes, absolutely. Bone dry.

    Today was freakishly windy. I was blown off the trail 3 times.

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    How is Heil? I see a few posts from 2 days ago, but that is before any precip from Thursday night.

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    Betasso-
    Centennial Cone-
    Deer Creek-
    Dinosaur Ridge/Hogback- - GTG 100%
    Falcon- GTG to the pavilion. then?
    Golden Gate SP-
    Green Mountain- GTG. 100%.
    Hall Ranch- GTG to the loop, then 95% - a few wet spots in the shade.
    Heil Ranch/Picture Rock- GTG 100%
    Lair O' The Bear-
    Marshall Mesa/Flatirons/Dowdy-
    Mathews-Winters- GTG 100%
    Three Sisters-
    Walker- some wet spots on the first clockwise DH; otherwise GTG.
    West Mag-
    White Ranch-

    I rode Dakota and Matthews/Winters Thursday and Heil today, and updated the above info.

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    Apex anyone?
    What does Marsellus Wallace look like, A BIT*H? :)

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    Hall is 100 percent dry, including the loop

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    Apex- Enchanted forest has some snowy/muddy spots. Apex and Sluicebox & Pick-n-Sledge is bone dry.
    Betasso-
    Centennial Cone-
    Deer Creek-
    Dinosaur Ridge/Hogback-
    Mt. Falcon (Denver)- Forested area near the pavilion is snowy/ice. Upper portion is 99% dry, Parmalee is dry.
    Golden Gate SP-
    Green Mountain- GTG. 100%.
    Hall Ranch- GTG to the loop, then 95% - a few wet spots in the shade.
    Heil Ranch/Picture Rock- Fire Closure update??
    Lair O' The Bear-
    Marshall Mesa/Flatirons/Dowdy-
    Mathews-Winters-
    Three Sisters-
    Walker- some wet spots on the first clockwise DH; otherwise GTG.
    West Mag-
    White Ranch- [/QUOTE]
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    I rode Apex trail yesterday afternoon. The outer Grubstake loop and Enchanted Forest were reportedly too muddy/snowy but the rest was good to go.

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    Everything rideable from Lyons - Hall Ranch, Heil Ranch, Rabbit Mt - is in great shape and 100% rideable. Every trail.
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    Indian Creek/Roxborough area anyone?

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    Picture Rock is perfectly dry and tacky.

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    I believe the Indian Creek area is closed till May.

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    Hiked White Ranch Saturday

    Belcher > Mustang > Sawmill > Maverick > Longhorn > Whippletree

    The only snow was on Maverick, just after that first sharp right-hander over the waterbar where it's always wet for ~50'. Awesome dirt everywhere else.

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    Deer Creek

    Apex- Enchanted forest has some snowy/muddy spots. Apex and Sluicebox & Pick-n-Sledge is bone dry.
    Betasso-
    Centennial Cone-
    Deer Creek- Dry until the Meadowlark trail (hiking-only trail off to the right), then slushy, icy and just unrideable.
    Dinosaur Ridge/Hogback-
    Mt. Falcon (Denver)- Forested area near the pavilion is snowy/ice. Upper portion is 99% dry, Parmalee is dry.
    Golden Gate SP-
    Green Mountain- GTG. 100%.
    Hall Ranch- GTG to the loop, then 95% - a few wet spots in the shade.
    Heil Ranch/Picture Rock- Fire Closure update??
    Lair O' The Bear-
    Marshall Mesa/Flatirons/Dowdy-
    Mathews-Winters-
    Three Sisters-
    Walker- some wet spots on the first clockwise DH; otherwise GTG.
    West Mag-
    White Ranch-

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    Quote Originally Posted by eurochien
    Apex- Enchanted forest has some snowy/muddy spots. Apex and Sluicebox & Pick-n-Sledge is bone dry.
    Betasso-
    Centennial Cone-
    Deer Creek- Dry until the Meadowlark trail (hiking-only trail off to the right), then slushy, icy and just unrideable.
    Dinosaur Ridge/Hogback-
    Mt. Falcon (Denver)- Forested area near the pavilion is snowy/ice. Upper portion is 99% dry, Parmalee is dry.
    Golden Gate SP-
    Green Mountain- GTG. 100%.
    Hall Ranch- GTG to the loop, then 95% - a few wet spots in the shade.
    Heil Ranch/Picture Rock- Fire Closure update??
    Lair O' The Bear-
    Marshall Mesa/Flatirons/Dowdy-
    Mathews-Winters-
    Three Sisters-
    Walker- some wet spots on the first clockwise DH; otherwise GTG.
    West Mag-
    White Ranch-

    I rode Deer Creek today since its close to my house and Golden has issues with the fire. Its still pretty much the same as described though most of the ice has sand and dirt in it and could be ridden until you get a little ways above the wall. I got sick of pushing and spinning out so I went back down from there.
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    3 Sisters anyone?

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    Indian Creek

    Quote Originally Posted by hang10jeff
    I believe the Indian Creek area is closed till May.
    Aye. Closure Notice here.

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    any info on lair of the bear?

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    I rode Lair o the Bear last week

    I rode Lair o the Bear 1 week ago (Thursday). Rode up Bear Creek Trail 5 miles to the road and turned around. There were about 6-8 sections where snow was still on the trail, melting and making some muddy spots, but completely rideable. I bet it's almost dry now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JLampitt
    3 Sisters anyone?
    3 sisters was 100% ride able yesterday
    A little sandy ice here and there. I rode from the Dedisse trailhead

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    Apex- Enchanted forest has some snowy/muddy spots. Apex and Sluicebox & Pick-n-Sledge is bone dry.
    Betasso-
    Centennial Cone-
    Deer Creek- Dry until the Meadowlark trail (hiking-only trail off to the right), then slushy, icy and just unrideable.
    Dinosaur Ridge/Hogback-Dakota ridge entirely clear, even the stairs
    Mt. Falcon (Denver)- Forested area near the pavilion is snowy/ice. Upper portion is 99% dry, Parmalee is dry.
    Golden Gate SP-
    Green Mountain- GTG. 100%.
    Hall Ranch- GTG to the loop, then 95% - a few wet spots in the shade.
    Heil Ranch/Picture Rock- Fire Closure update??
    Lair O' The Bear-
    Marshall Mesa/Flatirons/Dowdy-
    Mathews-Winters-All dry...but did not ride the Morrison Slide trail
    Three Sisters-
    Walker- some wet spots on the first clockwise DH; otherwise GTG.
    West Mag-
    White Ranch-
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    Didn't see any updates for Lorry/Horsetooth.

    Any beta? TIA.

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    Anyone know about chimney gulch or Indian Creek?

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    Chimney

    I rode chimney - lookout up to the mansion yesterday, it's very dry, only .01% wet.

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    Hall Ranch

    Hall Ranch was spec-TAC-cu-LAR today! Three spots on Nelson Loop that you could barely call damp; everything else was dry and good to go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nanook93
    Hall Ranch was spec-TAC-cu-LAR today! Three spots on Nelson Loop that you could barely call damp; everything else was dry and good to go!

    Second that! Dry fast and hard. Even beat the crowd that showed up around nooner. Great ride today.

    (side note, new slant six tires stuck like glue. Sick!)
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    Apex- Enchanted forest has some snowy/muddy spots. Apex and Sluicebox & Pick-n-Sledge is bone dry.
    Betasso-
    Centennial Cone- DRY FUN RIDE- VERY LITTLE ICE
    Deer Creek- Dry until the Meadowlark trail (hiking-only trail off to the right), then slushy, icy and just unrideable.
    Dinosaur Ridge/Hogback-Dakota ridge entirely clear, even the stairs
    Mt. Falcon (Denver)- Forested area near the pavilion is snowy/ice. Upper portion is 99% dry, Parmalee is dry.
    Golden Gate SP-
    Green Mountain- GTG. 100%.
    Hall Ranch- GTG to the loop, then 95% - a few wet spots in the shade.
    Heil Ranch/Picture Rock- Fire Closure update??
    Lair O' The Bear-
    Marshall Mesa/Flatirons/Dowdy-
    Mathews-Winters-All dry...but did not ride the Morrison Slide trail
    Three Sisters- THERE WAS A LITTLE SNOW AND ICE 100% RIDABLE
    Walker- some wet spots on the first clockwise DH; otherwise GTG.
    West Mag-
    White Ranch-

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    Apex- Enchanted forest has some snowy/muddy spots. Apex and Sluicebox & Pick-n-Sledge is bone dry.
    Betasso-
    Centennial Cone- DRY FUN RIDE- VERY LITTLE ICE
    Deer Creek- Dry until the Meadowlark trail (hiking-only trail off to the right), then slushy, icy and just unrideable.
    Dinosaur Ridge/Hogback-Dakota ridge entirely clear, even the stairs
    Mt. Falcon (Denver)- Forested area near the pavilion is snowy/ice. Upper portion is 99% dry, Parmalee is dry.
    Golden Gate SP-
    Green Mountain- GTG. 100%.
    Hall Ranch- GTG to the loop, then 95% - a few wet spots in the shade.
    Heil Ranch/Picture Rock- Fire Closure update??
    Indian Creek - USFS Closure Notice here
    Lair O' The Bear-All dry and a bit dusty with a few wet spots near the top.
    Marshall Mesa/Flatirons/Dowdy-
    Mathews-Winters-All dry...but did not ride the Morrison Slide trail
    Three Sisters- THERE WAS A LITTLE SNOW AND ICE 100% RIDABLE
    Walker- some wet spots on the first clockwise DH; otherwise GTG.
    West Mag-
    White Ranch-

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    Apex- Enchanted forest has some snowy/muddy spots. Apex and Sluicebox & Pick-n-Sledge is bone dry.
    Betasso-
    Centennial Cone- DRY FUN RIDE- VERY LITTLE ICE
    Deer Creek- Dry until the Meadowlark trail (hiking-only trail off to the right), then slushy, icy and just unrideable.
    Dinosaur Ridge/Hogback-Dakota ridge entirely clear, even the stairs
    Mt. Falcon (Denver)- Forested area near the pavilion is snowy/ice. Upper portion is 99% dry, Parmalee is dry.
    Golden Gate SP-
    Green Mountain- GTG. 100%.
    Hall Ranch- GTG to the loop, then 95% - a few wet spots in the shade.
    Heil Ranch/Picture Rock- Fire Closure update??
    Indian Creek - USFS Closure Notice here
    Lair O' The Bear-All dry and a bit dusty with a few wet spots near the top.
    Marshall Mesa/Flatirons/Dowdy-
    Mathews-Winters-All dry...but did not ride the Morrison Slide trail
    Three Sisters- THERE WAS A LITTLE SNOW AND ICE 100% RIDABLE
    Walker- some wet spots on the first clockwise DH; otherwise GTG.
    West Mag-
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    Betasso

    Can anyone tell me if Betasso is dry?

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    Nice

    Hell-of-a-lot-of thanx to you fellas for posting these trail conditions! I can only get out every 2-3 weeks or so, so knowing where to go without wanting to cause damage and turn around and waste a ride before i gotta get home is awesome.

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    any info on kenosha to lost creek?

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    just added Chimney Gulch on the list below - haven't ridden it yet this year but saw it was left off....

    Apex- Enchanted forest has some snowy/muddy spots. Apex and Sluicebox & Pick-n-Sledge is bone dry.
    Betasso-
    Centennial Cone- DRY FUN RIDE- VERY LITTLE ICE
    Chimney Gulch -
    Deer Creek- Dry until the Meadowlark trail (hiking-only trail off to the right), then slushy, icy and just unrideable.
    Dinosaur Ridge/Hogback-Dakota ridge entirely clear, even the stairs
    Mt. Falcon (Denver)- Forested area near the pavilion is snowy/ice. Upper portion is 99% dry, Parmalee is dry.
    Golden Gate SP-
    Green Mountain- GTG. 100%.
    Hall Ranch- GTG to the loop, then 95% - a few wet spots in the shade.
    Heil Ranch/Picture Rock- Fire Closure update??
    Indian Creek - USFS Closure Notice here
    Lair O' The Bear-All dry and a bit dusty with a few wet spots near the top.
    Marshall Mesa/Flatirons/Dowdy-
    Mathews-Winters-All dry...but did not ride the Morrison Slide trail
    Three Sisters- THERE WAS A LITTLE SNOW AND ICE 100% RIDABLE
    Walker- some wet spots on the first clockwise DH; otherwise GTG.
    West Mag-
    White Ranch-

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    Trails at White Ranch are snow-free and dry as of this evening.

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    Three Sisters/Evergreen have a few muddy/snowy spots, but it's all easily rideable.

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    I rode Chimney Gulch up to Windy Saddle yesterday (Monday 4/4 after work) and it's also GOOD TO GO, I was surprised given the precip the night before. There are some moist spots on the trail, but not enough to even leave an appreciable tire mark much less a rut. I dare say Chimney won't be in this good a shape the rest of the summer, unless it rains/snows again. Traction like hot buttered velcro!
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    I rode Flatirons Vista- Doudy Draw- Spring Brook this afternoon at lunch, and it's 100% dry and rideable.

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    Has anyone ridden Picture Rock today? Has there been much moisture in Lyons and would it be good to ride the entire way?

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    Buff Creek conditions?
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    This is two days late, but Picture Rock is absolutely prime to ride right now.

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    Anything new on Deer Creek?
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    Deer Creek was perfect Friday. Any moisture from Saturday night should be gone.
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    From what I've seen around here, pretty much anything lower than 8000 feet or so is going to be good to go. There's still a little snow in patches up high but we're getting there.
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    Not the Front Range but...

    Hartman Rocks is now open for the season.

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    Where should I ride tomorrow? After this rain?

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    Woke up to 3+ inches here in Lyons. Give it a bit to dry out.
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    mayhem gulch

    I am riding from the mayhem gulch TH tomorrow. A friend said golden received two inches of snow. Hopefully everything will be in prime condition. I will post conditions.

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    Coal Creek Canyon had 15 inches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ignazjr
    Woke up to 3+ inches here in Lyons. Give it a bit to dry out.
    Do you think it will be good to go by Saturday morning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stapes
    Do you think it will be good to go by Saturday morning?
    Yeah, it'll probably be perfect by then. Might even be good to go after a little sun tomorrow/Fri.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ignazjr
    Yeah, it'll probably be perfect by then. Might even be good to go after a little sun tomorrow/Fri.
    Thanks Dave!

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    I'm in Evergreen today, and have never ridden on the Front Range. I was hoping to ride Lair O' The Bear or 3 Sisters... does anyone know what trail conditions are like after that weather.

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    I live in Evergreen, we received 5 to 8" and it's still melting so I would ride something lower. I don't know how much snow lair received?

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    Buffalo Creek

    Did Buff Creek get any snow with this last storm? Thinking about heading that way Sunday.

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    Customer just came in with a Heil report - Picture Rock, Wild Turkey, Ponderosa, great. A little greasy in spots but all good to go. Their bikes looked darn clean. I imagine Hall will be similar conditions if not better. Enjoy!
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    mayhem gulch

    Didn't go up clear creek canyon today because the hills were still holding a lot of snow. Rode north table mountain and northern aspects were still muddy as hell. Other areas were only muddy in spots.

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    Anyone know what White Ranch is like after the recent precip?

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    Driving up to Loveland to ski today, I looked over at the Centennial Cone area and there was still a LOT of snow showing on the hills. I don't think it'll be rideable tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan
    Driving up to Loveland to ski today, I looked over at the Centennial Cone area and there was still a LOT of snow showing on the hills. I don't think it'll be rideable tomorrow.
    Okay, thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aa844
    Didn't go up clear creek canyon today because the hills were still holding a lot of snow. Rode north table mountain and northern aspects were still muddy as hell. Other areas were only muddy in spots.
    I think I saw you up on NTM, I was the hiker slogging along and the north side was indeed pretty muddy. I'm hoping the wind will dry things enough to ride tomorrow or Sunday. If anyone has been up to Marshall would be good to hear how things are there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iMMature
    If anyone has been up to Marshall would be good to hear how things are there.
    I have not been out to Marshall/Spring Brook, but i've heard its pretty good.


    Has anyone been up to the top of White Ranch, I'm interested in hearing how Mustang, Long Horn, Short Horn, Raw Hide and Wranglers run are?

    My SO was out at Meyers Gultch, and said there was about 3" at the turn around spot. Hoping WR is clear enough to ride.
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    I rode Centennial starting from the Mayhem Gulch trailhead yesterday morning. It was 90%+ dry to tacky, with some muddy/snowy patches on northern aspects. That said, I turned around on the Travois trail when I reached the first set of north-facing switchbacks, riding counter-clockwise. Much more snow there. I only hope others were as kind.

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    Apex was busy, dry and mostly clear yesterday although me & other riders turned around when heading to the Grubstake loop area due to heavy mud. I would avoid that section and probably Enchanted Forest for a couple days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claudius
    Apex was busy, dry and mostly clear yesterday although me & other riders turned around when heading to the Grubstake loop area due to heavy mud. I would avoid that section and probably Enchanted Forest for a couple days.
    Cool. I think I'm going to hit this up tomorrow. Hopefully Enchanted is good2go since it's an Even day. I'll find out if I go. I was at Walker yesterday and it was pretty good going CCW to the Stairs and back. Although their was some mud/water in the trees leading down to the stairs on the single track. It should be good tomorrow.

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    Any word on Hall, Heil, Picture Rock this Wednedsay?
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    White Ranch

    Quote Originally Posted by EricTheRed
    I have not been out to Marshall/Spring Brook, but i've heard its pretty good.


    Has anyone been up to the top of White Ranch, I'm interested in hearing how Mustang, Long Horn, Short Horn, Raw Hide and Wranglers run are?

    My SO was out at Meyers Gultch, and said there was about 3" at the turn around spot. Hoping WR is clear enough to ride.
    We were out at WR on Saturday and everything was great- some small 3-5' patches here and there, but everything else was dry and some tacky. Nice. I'm pretty sure it's muddy now with the recent rain.

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    Picture Rock

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaj
    Any word on Hall, Heil, Picture Rock this Wednedsay?
    This guy posted that PR was good yesterday, though I'm guessing Heil is a mess...

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    Mount Falcon (4/20/11)

    The trails were great today. Ground was moist, but only tacky; great for the climb up Castle. I think I saw three puddles total, and none of them covered the entire width of the (existing) trail. Rode the Meadow Loop, Tower Trail, and Old Ute Loop (all both directions) up on top before heading back down. Very few others on the trail system (11 am - 1 pm) although a few riders and hikers were gearing up to head out as I was packing up to leave.
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    alshead rocks. thanks for the tip, conditions were beyond perfect
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    I rarely ask for recommendations on rides, but I'm tired of riding the same trails, and looking for something good/new to ride this afternoon (other than Lair O Bear, Mt. Falcon, Green Mountain, White Ranch).

    Is Centennial Cone fun? It looks short.

    Anyone have a great suggestion? We're XC racers, so hills and miles are most excellent.

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    The Cone can be super fun- start down at the road and you'll get some good climbing- more fun as a loop, but right now is out-and-back only. Wondering about trail conditions with the heavy rain this morning, but seems I've been maybe too cautious about that lately...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtncampbell
    I rarely ask for recommendations on rides, but I'm tired of riding the same trails, and looking for something good/new to ride this afternoon (other than Lair O Bear, Mt. Falcon, Green Mountain, White Ranch).

    Is Centennial Cone fun? It looks short.

    Anyone have a great suggestion? We're XC racers, so hills and miles are most excellent.
    Walker Ranch loop is 7.34 miles with a 1357ft ascent in 1-1.5 hours of riding. I'd recommend counter clockwise for the steepest climbs. Do it twice and you'll be feeling it the next day. Apex is a good climb but I don't have altitude info.

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    Centennial Cone

    Trail was great today, even after all the rain. 2 tiny wet spots on way North side.

    Yes, N/W side still closed. But lower parking lot to upper parking lot and back is a nice out and back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chpfly
    Trail was great today, even after all the rain. 2 tiny wet spots on way North side.

    Yes, N/W side still closed. But lower parking lot to upper parking lot and back is a nice out and back.
    Riding CC out and back is a lot of riding. I think I only did it once and it was a good 15miles or so. Are you saying the dirt road that connects the two parking lots is closed? I usually just ride that back but CC is fun both ways if you don't take the dirt road back and have the energy.

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    As of 7:15pm 4/21/11
    Amazing as it may be, Apex could actually use some more rain! 2 tiny puddles between Lower Apex, Argos, Pick n sledge. The rest was DRY. Sorry - those are the only trails I did (I am puny and weak)
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    Hit up Mayhem Gulch and Centennial Cone as well. Did out and back - I think it was exactly 20 miles. Good ride. Trail was in great condition. Thanks for recommendation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phatpants
    Hit up Mayhem Gulch and Centennial Cone as well. Did out and back - I think it was exactly 20 miles. Good ride. Trail was in great condition. Thanks for recommendation.
    Whoops. Wrote this as you (my brother), sorry brah. Was a good ride though. Almost 3,300 feet of climbing in two hours.

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    mayhem gulch

    This morning we rode from mayhem gulch to the closure, then back to travois trail counter clockwise to CC parking lot. Trail is in killer shape. Only a few puddles on an east aspect. Best ride of the year so far....

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    at some point i was reading about a twitter feed or hashtag where people could tweet conditions on the spot and we could subscribe to the feed and get real time updates. Does anyone know of an account/feed to follow for that? most people read and tweet from mobile phones now,might be easier than trying to login to a computer and post on a blog from home. any twitterers out there know where we can access that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tin_Cup
    at some point i was reading about a twitter feed or hashtag where people could tweet conditions on the spot and we could subscribe to the feed and get real time updates. Does anyone know of an account/feed to follow for that? most people read and tweet from mobile phones now,might be easier than trying to login to a computer and post on a blog from home. any twitterers out there know where we can access that?

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    Boulder County has one too - see this thread:

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=687907


    It is #BoCo_trails
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    Quote Originally Posted by chpfly
    Trail was great today, even after all the rain. 2 tiny wet spots on way North side.

    Yes, N/W side still closed. But lower parking lot to upper parking lot and back is a nice out and back.
    I guess we saw you guys in the parking lot last night as we were heading up (I also have EDGE/ENVE wheels on my Yeti ARC). Good trail overall.

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    Never been to the Cone during the closure season, nor Mayhem any time for that matter, which way does one suggest riding after ascending Mayhem? Do folks go to both closure points?

    Thanks, brand spanking new Yeti-5 needs a workout tomorrow morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobGolden
    Never been to the Cone during the closure season, nor Mayhem any time for that matter, which way does one suggest riding after ascending Mayhem? Do folks go to both closure points?

    Thanks, brand spanking new Yeti-5 needs a workout tomorrow morning.

    Nevermind, I just looked at a map, it looks like if you turn left onto Juniper and then out and back on Travios you get about as much as you can in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobGolden
    tomorrow morning.
    FYI Centennial Cone is closed to bikers tomorrow. They operate alternating weekend days for hiker and biker solo use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hgravez
    FYI Centennial Cone is closed to bikers tomorrow. They operate alternating weekend days for hiker and biker solo use.

    Thanks, I had checked a couple of weeks ago (again a hiker day) and then mixed up the odd/even. Saved me a trip, damn, I guess it's White Ranch for my maiden voyage on the bike.

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    Hall or Heil possible today?

    Is there any chance that Hall or Heil will be rideable today? How much rain did Lyons get in the last 24 hours?
    I can wait till the afternoon, but I would have to hit it by 2pm-ish.

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    If Lyons got anywhere near the rain we got in Erie (I'm guessing they got more), there's no way in hell anything is rideable today except the pavement.

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    Chimney/Apex conditions?

    Anyone hit a lunch run there today? How was it??

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    Chimney Gulch and Apex are perfect.

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    We got a ton of rain Sun night /Mon am here in Lyons
    Thought I'd check it out anyway cause I was leary about heading out on the road. To my surprise, 100% of the trails at Heil were awesome dirt. LOTS of puddles and splashing but no mud. A small storm just blew thru. Heil should be perfect on Tues. I imagine Hall will be similar.
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    I rode Chimney Gulch last night, it was in great shape!

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    Has anyone been to Bergen in Evergreen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ignazjr
    We got a ton of rain Sun night /Mon am here in Lyons
    Thought I'd check it out anyway cause I was leary about heading out on the road. To my surprise, 100% of the trails at Heil were awesome dirt. LOTS of puddles and splashing but no mud. A small storm just blew thru. Heil should be perfect on Tues. I imagine Hall will be similar.
    Just had friend do the Heil/Hall double this am, got rained and sleeted on but they said the trails were really in great shape the whole of the ride as they dried out quickly when it came and went

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    Pineridge and Timber in Fort Collins were nice and tacky last night, just a few small soft spots

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    Any updates on Buff Creek? I am planning on heading up there early Friday morning...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DenverPoke
    Any updates on Buff Creek? I am planning on heading up there early Friday morning...
    i rode it yesterday and it was in great shape. it snowed/sleeted the whole time i was there and nothing was sticking to the trail. i left just as the snow was getting really heavy, 3ish, so its possible there was some accumulation...

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    Planning to go up to Curt Gowdy next wk, anyone been up there to give me an update on conditions?

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    I heard curt gowdy still had snow on some aspects a couple weeks ago. You might give the ranger a call to check on conditions. If its good let us know here!

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    I rode chimney gulch to enchanted forest- hardscrabble- sluice box- pick n sledge clockwise to apex. Everything is in great shape.

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    Dakota Ridge/Matthew Winters are both in great shape

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    Any one been up to soapstone in the last few days? I'm wondering how it would be today?

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    Spoke to the ranger up at Curt Gowdy, He said trails are good except just a few snowy spots in the high gulleys. He said plenty of camping now, don't take reservations until May 15 when it starts to get busy. Evening temps have been in the mid 30's.

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    I was thinking about hitting Evergreen area soon. I'm assuming it's all dryed out up there?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drop the Seat
    I was thinking about hitting Evergreen area soon. I'm assuming it's all dryed out up there?

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    I would think so. I was up at Walker Ranch yesterday and it was awesome!

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    I rode 3-sisters on Sunday, perfect conditions.

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    Nederland trails?

    Anyone know the trail conditions In Nederland..West Magnolia or sourdough?

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    I'll be up at Curt Gowdy this Saturday and report back. Can't wait, it's one of my favorites, and in my mom's backyard
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    Quote Originally Posted by doc gravity
    Has anyone been to Bergen in Evergreen?
    Any update on this? I'd really like to give it a shot, may try it this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nixgame22
    I'll be up at Curt Gowdy this Saturday and report back. Can't wait, it's one of my favorites, and in my mom's backyard
    I'll be up there next weekend if the weather holds so will appreciate you report. What a fun place to ride.!

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    Buff Creek is Buff

    Perfect conditions - I rode a new SPOT Rocker with center track = awesome bike, loved it.
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    Anyone done Indian Creek Loop recently? Is it all doable? I believe it just re-opened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nixgame22
    I'll be up at Curt Gowdy this Saturday and report back. Can't wait, it's one of my favorites, and in my mom's backyard
    Probably the best trail conditions I've ever at seen at Gowdy. No snow anywhere, no mud. Slightly tacky in some areas but that's it. It's absolutely open and ready.
    I rode every trail on the Granite reservoir side, and then the Shoreline trail down to the Kingdom trail jumps. Quite a few hikers though. And since the toll booth isn't staffed yet, please make sure to pay your entrance fee in the envelope. When I was wrapping up, the Park Rangers ticketed at least 5 cars in the lot that thought they could get away without paying.
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    Thanks for the report, I'm going up Friday morning and ride Saturday as well, can't wait. I always pay those fees, have never gotten away with anything in my life.

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    Silver Creek

    Rode Silver Creek > Empire Pass yesterday. Only a couple small snow drifts left on the east end of Silver Creek.
    The R.R. grade is probably a month away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gobstopper
    Any update on this? I'd really like to give it a shot, may try it this weekend.
    Little bit of snow / mud at the top but good to go.

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    Buff Creek is good..a little sandy..new section is Awesome!

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    Anyone been up near the Fraser Trails? Sunken bridges, Zoom, etc? We are hoping to host the Colorado Quinella races there this year, early June, and are hoping for snow free conditions

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