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04-18-2013 10:22 PM
Idaho 51
Co Happy Trails

[QUOTE=onejsmith;1846696]For some ideas of where to go in western and central Colorado for some day-long smile type Jeeping go to:
On the Happy Trails


Can you tell me the name of a local Western or Central Colorado Jeep club? Am looking for some friendly jeep trails with great views and to too many shear drops or obstacles. I'm running loaded with kids a dog and camping gear, 32" tires, no lift, frt and back LSD.
02-22-2012 12:58 PM
Lightningbolt88 Where is the calamity Mesa loop and pace lake and to the

The easiest smilin trails in the west are between Sedalia and woodland park in rampart range/ rainbow falls areas
12-21-2011 10:04 AM
onejsmith
Western Colorado Trails

For some ideas of where to go in western and central Colorado for some day-long smile type Jeeping go to:
On the Happy Trails

If you are into class 6 and 7 or 7+ trails, there are some excellent opportunities there you can read about.
Some you may have heard of, but there are some gems that VERY few even know exist.
The Calamity Mesa Loop for instance is a class 7 or 7+ with 20 miles of great obstacles that had been closed by Mother Nature for over 8-years.
Pace Lake is another that had been closed for years and is full of obstacles and views to die for. You won't find them in any books that we know of, but they are more than worth the trip.
Happy Trails

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