Damn. So much for that ride. Cat's out of the bag.
It could actually use some use... last time I rode it we lost the trail a few times.ignazjr said:man, I've been eyeballing that route on a map for a while now, thanks for the pics. Watch out Skared, I'm going to wear that baby out
Dave, check your PM's. I'm sending you a revised route that I think will work better, cuts the hike a bike down and adds singletrack downhill.:thumbsup:ignazjr said:man, I've been eyeballing that route on a map for a while now, thanks for the pics. Watch out Skared, I'm going to wear that baby out
Na, maybe a few years ago before becoming a father. It had a good rush of deep water on the down creek side and it is actually cracked so it dips below the water as you go across.gotdirt said:
so did ya ride across it??!
I did. My wife had plans at 1pm so I had to leave the area by noon. Got plans with some buddies in Breckenridge next weekend. We'll hook up soon.ignazjr said:Sweet, thanks MGE. I was checking out your route - did you bust it out on the road after Bruno Gulch?
We're going to be doing a couple of big rides on Saturdays if you want to cruise up. Thinking of a tour de Jamestown next Sat. You'd like it.
accumulated was 4,450 ftPBR me! said:Sweet jeremy! What kind of elevation did you end up with?
Bringing your shovel?mountaingoatepics said:Got plans with some buddies in Breckenridge next weekend.
Thought about bringin the beacon along too just in case!Loudpawlz said:Don't worry Shitty, that ride requires more effort than your average front ranger is willing to put forth.
Bringing your shovel?