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04-19-2013 12:01 AM
bjb1968 Had a great trip up to Animas Forks yesterday...pictures posted on the Comando Green thread
04-04-2013 10:49 AM
1quick1
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Originally Posted by Johnwbs View Post
Best part about the rockies, is that even the mild trails offer some of the best views in the world. A good site we all use here is TrailDamage.com it has just about every trail in the state. Also, if you post up in the Colorado section you can probably get a great group of people to go with you. There's normally a trail run every weekend.
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Originally Posted by MangoTango34 View Post
Thanks for the reply! I saw one called "Mount Baldy." Have you gone on it?
What John said. Check out the CO forum. There's groups out every weekend. I haven't ran that trail but you'll be fine with your Rubi on it. If you post a thread others will go with you as we never recommend wheeling here alone.
03-30-2013 04:54 PM
MangoTango34 Thanks for the reply! I saw one called "Mount Baldy." Have you gone on it?
03-30-2013 07:23 AM
Johnwbs Best part about the rockies, is that even the mild trails offer some of the best views in the world. A good site we all use here is www.traildamage.com it has just about every trail in the state. Also, if you post up in the Colorado section you can probably get a great group of people to go with you. There's normally a trail run every weekend.
03-29-2013 08:27 PM
MangoTango34
Colorado trails

This summer I will be taking stock jk rubicon to colorado. While im there i would LOVE to hit the trails for the first official time! So what would be a fun place to go that wouldn't be too hard for a stock jk that is close(ish) to colorado springs?

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