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    Name That Trail #6

    OK, here's yet another (taken just a few days ago), not too far from the last, but not real close either.

    The prize is knowing that your knowledge of the Front Range and central mountains is exemplary... sorry, that's all I've got for you.
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    Kingston Peak loop?

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    Bookcliffs, Fruita.




    I give up.

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    My back yard

    After all these months of melting.

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    Looks like south park in the upper left hand corner and maybe Mt Massive peeking out from behind the peaks right of center. Maybe this is near Lincoln, Bross, and Democrat?

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    1) Where's Kingston Peak?

    2) LOL

    3) Yup, and

    4) Nope!
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    Quote Originally Posted by J\V
    1) Where's Kingston Peak?
    Ummm...... never mind.

    Nothing to see here.

    Please move along.


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    Webster Pass?

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    Radicall Hill near webster Pass?

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    OK, let's say it's two ranges over from the last one, not really Summit County. Near Mt. Evans, but not the Mt. Evans.
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    Guanella Pass area, specifically the road that goes up through the old Geneva Basin ski area.

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    I don't know where it is, but I want to ride it!!
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    Mosquito Pass!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjonas
    Mosquito Pass!
    I second this vote as I see the split in the road going to the top/tower, I think I see the old burro race trail...is it Mosquito...Huh...is it...huh??
    Black Sheep...where it'ss at!!
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    You obviously didn't ride up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by minorsway
    You obviously didn't ride up!
    Actually I think it is clear now (to the right in the pic) coming from Leadville to the top. I do know the Leadville SR course is good so Mosquito should be good for the most part as well. I bet the only snow was on the first switchback going up huh??
    Black Sheep...where it'ss at!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjonas
    Mosquito Pass!
    That's the one!

    Well done.
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    Thanks J\V, I've been thinking of Mosquito Pass and looping it with Weston Pass a little later in the season. No singletrack but a good double cross of the Mosquito Range.

    Here's a picture of one of the other guesses taken yesterday...Anyone guess which one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjonas
    Here's a picture of one of the other guesses taken yesterday...Anyone guess which one?
    That depends, which direction are we looking? I'd guess SE?
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    OK, SE, so I'll say Geneva Creek drainage.
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    Yep! That's it! Good job J\V!


    Just up the creek from the unique iron fens (see pic).
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