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Old 08-04-2012, 05:12 PM   #31
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The jamboree is 14 & 15 were headed to Moab the Tuesday after Ouray

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Old 08-05-2012, 02:10 PM   #32
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Don't worry only three hundred more pictures to go through then maybe I'll post some

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Old 08-05-2012, 02:51 PM   #33
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The jamboree is 14 & 15 were headed to Moab the Tuesday after Ouray
Cool. I'll be on the front range on the 16th, Ouray on the 17th and Moab on the 18th-21st.
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Old 08-08-2012, 04:17 PM   #34
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ok. So on my East to West Tour. I have several places to visit with the TJ, of course MOAB, the Valley of The Gods, Grand Canyon, adding this ride to it. thats pretty cool stuff. can it be done alone or you wouldnt recommend it? snow in october? probably? thanks for the pics.
i saw the entire album thats amazing.
Last October there was an early snow and all the passes were closed by Mid-October. That's not unusual.

If you go on a weekend, most of the trails have other traffic, however skip Pookeepsie if you are alone. It's got difficult sections and little other traffic. Black Bear (one way) and return via Imogene. Engineers is easy (although there are soem rough sections at the beginning portion of 550).
California and Cinnamon are easy as well. Have a good spare tire and take some snacks and water, decent clothing, go slow and you'll be fine.
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Old 08-08-2012, 11:45 PM   #35
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you would be ok alone....I wouldnt do Black Bear or Pougeskee gulch alone but everytthing else is good.
could snow in October but it would probably still be ok.
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Noted. thanks man! any recommendations in CO?
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Old 08-08-2012, 11:47 PM   #36
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Last October there was an early snow and all the passes were closed by Mid-October. That's not unusual.

If you go on a weekend, most of the trails have other traffic, however skip Pookeepsie if you are alone. It's got difficult sections and little other traffic. Black Bear (one way) and return via Imogene. Engineers is easy (although there are soem rough sections at the beginning portion of 550).
California and Cinnamon are easy as well. Have a good spare tire and take some snacks and water, decent clothing, go slow and you'll be fine.
thanks for the advice. i have a "year" to plan my east to west trip. i was in Pagosa last year in november and it had snowed the week before i got there. hoping it snows but that they dont close i want to be able to go and not to be close but i want the pics with the snow... lol
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We just past thru there on the way to Breckenridge and back. Cant wait to get my jeep. We were in the wifes ride and I couldnt get off the road . I think late spring we will be doing some Colorado camping in the new jeep.
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Old 08-15-2012, 12:28 AM   #38
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theres only one hundred of them on here i have a lot more.. no you are not getting any scenic pictures due to the fact i have had people steal them and try to sell them. sorry if you want more pictures please pm me


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Wow that place looks awesome!
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Can't wait til the wifes next nursing conf in that area next summer. I'll have my jeep this time.

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