Any time........ I'm sure in due time more people will chime in, I'll forward a google map of the rides my wife and I did if interested. If you plan some minor offroading, get an ATV booklet, has all roads clerly marked and rated.Yes, Colorado, and thanks for the tips.
I'm in the area. Are you going to be on your bike?Anyone here located in or anywhere near the subject area? We're working on plans to head that way in June; any good road or site-seeing suggestions?
Thanks a lot
Sounds like there may be a handful of Strommers in the area during that time. If anyone wants to set a date for a meet up let me know! I'd be happy to point people in all sorts of directions for amazing routes.I will also be there in June, I should be there around the 18th for a few days before meandering back up to British Columbia.
So by the sounds of it the San Juan skyway should be on the list, I was also of heading up into the mountains around Ouray: Engineer pass.
Thoughts? Tips? Advice?
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Up until this week, I would have said yes, but we are getting decent rain and snow all week. Even so, with the light snowpack we will most likely still experience early runoff in the southern San Juans so creeks and rivers normally fordable in June should be this year. But, it all depends on which cloud just passed over :new_shitsmiley:I know the snowfall was lower than usual this winter, but will the creeks and rivers be fordable in June?
If you are planning on doing much jeep trail riding, Silverton or Ouray might be a better choice for setting up base rather than Telluride.
I will be doing lots of exploring around my neck of the woods this summer so I should have quite a list to give you by September!!Sounds like there may be a handful of Strommers in the area during that time. If anyone wants to set a date for a meet up let me know! I'd be happy to point people in all sorts of directions for amazing routes.
I will be in your neck of the woods in September Sconde, maybe we can help eachother out?:thumbup:
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combine them w/ all the suggestions & you'll have more than you can cover in a lifetime
while you're up there, don't forget to eat @ THE TRUE GRIT in RIDGEWAY, for a piece of JOHN WAYNE history
the restaurant is on the spot where THE DUKE was first seen, in the movie & the park out front is where the hanging took place
have fun & be cautious of the antlered quadrupeds on the highway @ dusk & later
they have a tendency to terminate an otherwise great trip, when encountered by 2-wheelers
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