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    the Bridger Ridge, short version

    Did a short version of the Bridger Ridge on Sunday, from Bridger Bowl to the M. It was hot and sunny.
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    That flagging marks where something is going up for the new lift on sluchmans (it's spelled something like that). They were excavating a hole for the top station only a 150 vertical feet or so from the top.

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    12 miles from the upper parking lot to the bottom of the M trail.

    You have to like doing this a lot to "ride" this trail:
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    Neat

    Cool pics. Thanks.

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    Very cool. What trail did you ride to get to the ridge? Also did you ride all the way down baldy to the M?

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    sick stuff bet alan loved his running shoes

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    Quote Originally Posted by letsgoride
    Very cool. What trail did you ride to get to the ridge? Also did you ride all the way down baldy to the M?
    service road to the top of the bridger lift, then there's a trail to the ridge. Yeah, rode down to the M.

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    looks like a goat in the last shot

    Are you testing us? Or is it a goat shaped post up there?
    I don't know what trail we're on, but at least it's getting dark

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregB406
    Are you testing us? Or is it a goat shaped post up there?
    There were 5 of them. I had just been complaining about how I haven't seen anything but tracks and fur in the bridgers too.

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