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Old 01-03-2014, 03:20 PM   #1
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What are the best trails in the Boulder area? I've done a few up by Nederland but that's about it.

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Old 01-03-2014, 03:25 PM   #2
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What are the best trails in the Boulder area? I've done a few up by Nederland but that's about it.
Lucky! What I wouldn't give to be living in Boulder again!

We used to drive right up Sugarloaf in my old D90, but definitely would be frowned upon these days. Sorry to not have more helpful advice. I would think there should be tons of fun trails up and around Eldora, if I remember correctly.

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Yeah I've used that I was just wondering about personal favorites
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with all the flooding there are some that are now going to be possibly closed. Left Hand was always a good bet but it is pretty much gone from what I hear. I run T-33-MSV-Peirson Park-Johnny Park-Caribou & Pole Hill all at least once a season. T-33 is probably one of my favorites in that area. but there are others that are just as far the other way that are pretty fun
Yankee Hill-Jenny Creek/Rollins east and Kingston Peak top the list that way.
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Left hand was a kick a$$ trail. It was my home trail just cuz it was so close. I'm sure there are a few around there but again with all the flooding there gonna be hard to get to. Btw work is sposed to start on Lefthand this spring/summer so will probably be runable summer of 2015 but chances it will be closer to a 8 or 9 rating than its original 5 good luck finding some fun trails

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