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    Hagerman Pass? In winter?

    Anyone know if slednecks go up and over? Giving some thought to a multi-day winter tour and that'd be a pivotal point in my planned route.
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    Any help appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee
    Any help appreciated.
    Never been there (hagerman pass), but these guys might be of help.

    http://silverridgelodge.com/snowmobile.htm
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    Hagerman is over run with slednecks. You will never be out of the range of the noise or the oily blue smell of two stroke.

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    Hagerman pass sees a lot of travel but most people go up there just to turn around (from Leadville, Turquoise Lake area). not much action coming in from the other side. I think Independence Pass might be a much more enjoyable ride. You can also come to Leadville and do one of our Winter Series Races.

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