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    Santa Fe Riding Partner/Guide November 2 or 3

    Looking to ride REM (or maybe Winsor?), most likely on Saturday Nov. 3.

    Sounds like a guide is good to have, at least on REM, so if anyone is interested in showing an out of towner around, let me know!

    Thanks.

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    Probably be snowed in by then.

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    Shuttle. Was planning on taking the Blue Bus up.

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    Looking cold this weekend! Anyone have an on the ground report for REM or Winsor?

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    Was up there on Sunday and was good to go with some minor mud. Guessing with this snow system coming in, you should expect mroe mud and most likely snow in the shadows.

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    Thanks! Keeping an eye on the weather, depending on amount of rain/snow and the cold, may ride lower down the mountain.

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    I just came down from Santa Fe Ski basin (dawn patrol skin up for some really great turns). There is too much snow at the ski basin (20+ inches) entrance into REM to ride now (at least 12+ inches at the top of REM). It might be possible to access it from Rancho Viejo. Good luck with any higher altitude riding now. On the drive up the snow line looked low enough to make even Chamisa/Sidewinder look snowy. No way to drop in from Borrego either unless the temps get up high enough to dry out some of that stuff.

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    Thanks for the heads up! Might still ride closer to town, or just pass and enjoy the rest of what Santa Fe has to offer!

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    The Dale Ball Trails, Dorothy Stewart Trails, Atalaya, Glorieta, Galisteo Basin Preserve, and La Tierra are all good to go.

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    Wife ended up wanting to ride so we went down Pacheco fire road. Lots of snow up top but absolutely beautiful. Canít wait to come back for REM and Winsor and more. Thanks for all the beta!
    Oh and Winsor looked much better than the fireroad, looked like no snow on the singletrack.

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