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Old 07-23-2012, 06:23 PM   #1
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Argentine & FSR 248.1 V pics

Can't believe this is my first time up this trail. So close to Denver and beautiful views.

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Old 07-23-2012, 06:26 PM   #2
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The weather was great for photos, rain, thunderstorms, blue sky and sunshine !

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Nice photos
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Great pics!
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So I'm looking to get opinions on this trail, hope this is the right place. Anyway I have family coming out and I wanted to take them on this trail, difficulty wise I don't want to get too crazy with a carful of family members but also don't want to go on a dirt road. Is this a trail to consider, as I have a stock jeep on 31s
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So I'm looking to get opinions on this trail, hope this is the right place. Anyway I have family coming out and I wanted to take them on this trail, difficulty wise I don't want to get too crazy with a carful of family members but also don't want to go on a dirt road. Is this a trail to consider, as I have a stock jeep on 31s
You'l be fine on this trail

After the first set of switchbacks there is a rocky uphill spur to the right. Also spur 248.1 V to the left above the mine gets steep rocky and muddy. I wouldn't go up those on 31's but the rest of the trail is easy.

Look at loch lomond and chinns lake trails too. Both are pretty easy with great views.

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