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Jefferson Creek

We rode it yesterday. Easily walkable small snow drifts and down trees for the first 15 minutes then pure joy. Our group of 8 all thought the hike through the snow was well worth while.
 

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halsaves said:
We rode it yesterday. Easily walkable small snow drifts and down trees for the first 15 minutes then pure joy. Our group of 8 all thought the hike through the snow was well worth while.
So.. pardon my misunderstanding. Is this to mean that a Kenosha to Breck run is passable? Was thinking about doing that as a shuttle next week.
 

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So.. pardon my misunderstanding. Is this to mean that a Kenosha to Breck run is passable? Was thinking about doing that as a shuttle next week.
No - Jefferson Creek is the "alternate" route to/from GA Pass from Kenosha. It's not the part on the Breck side.
 

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"Is this to mean that a Kenosha to Breck run is passable?"

i would guess that CT section before and after geogia pass is still fairly sloppy. i rode up south fork rd the other day and there were drifts/slop everywhere 1/4 mile below the pass. the terrain up there is very delicate and shady...i'd say at least a week.

here's a pic from south fork on sunday:
 

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I was thinking about this for Friday but no point tromping around in slush and mud. So now what....maybe something up near Keystone. I'd like to get a long ride in a bit higher up than BC.
 

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I was thinking about this for Friday but no point tromping around in slush and mud. So now what....maybe something up near Keystone. I'd like to get a long ride in a bit higher up than BC.
Lots of options the Breck- Keystone area, The CT is clear from the Middle Fork to the Peaks trail. You can ride the Firecracker Course (it should be easy to follow even if they're removed the markers) All the Soda creek trails are open. Most of the Golden Horseshoe is open. Peaks trail is open and so on. The only trails that aren't ready are the high altitude trails and a few of the north facing deep woods type lower stuff.
 

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If you ride up Peaks TR from Frisco, then Gold Hill/CT over to Keystone side, then loop something big there and come back, that would make for a nice long high altitude ride.

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I rode kenosha pass/ georgia pass to jefferson loop yesterday. Fallen trees once you start descending from the top is the worst part. About 15 minutes of single track with trees fallen every 30 seconds but after that its great. Barely any snow on the entire trail. There is a cornice that is still holding a bunch of snow that you have to hike maybe fifty feet and that is it
 
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