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    Trail Conditions Deer Creek Cyn Park ????

    Anybody been on the trail lately? I am assuming too muddy/icy/snow covered, but I can dream can't I?.

    This is my first winter in Denver so I am still learning about trail conditions during these warming weather patterns. Have a friend visiting from out of town on Wed. and wondering if Deer Creek would be an option. Specifically Plymouth Mtn. and Red Mesa Loops. Some snow hike-a-bike expected, just not majority of trail.

    Any advise on what trails/fireroads tend to dry out fastest also appreciated.

    Thanks for the info,
    Tim

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    Green Mtn Typically dries faster than anything. I rode it yesterday morning, but I hit it early so it was still frozen. A buddy told me it was in decent shape today though.
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    dakota ridge and green mtn usually are the first to be dry

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    Wouldn't be surprised if the iwnd dryed out at least the main trail. Red mesa in the tree's proabaly still has a lot of snow.

    Erik

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