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05-18-2013 02:58 AM
rapdragon thanks everyone for the suggestions
05-17-2013 08:35 AM
CoreyZ Welcome! I'm out in Littleton and some of the close ones I hit are around Yankee hill, just outside Idaho springs.
05-17-2013 08:09 AM
Jeep65 Welcome to the forum. Try Traildamage.com. It's a list of most trails in Colorado.
05-17-2013 07:35 AM
Colo-TJ Welcome to the forum. There are plenty of trails that you can run right outside of Denver. problem for now is that most are still closed. But that being said they should start to open any day now . The higher elevation ones start opening in June.
I would suggest getting yourself a Trail book. the ones from Funtrex seem to be the most accurate. The other thing is to keep an eye on this site as someone usually has something going about every weekend.
Good time and Great people.
Happy Trails, Chad
05-17-2013 07:20 AM
LadyTJ
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Originally Posted by rapdragon View Post
Hey Guys,
Getting my new JKUR this weekend and looking for just some easy to moderate trails that would be near me that could just go out an run to break it in a bit . New to Jeeps but use to have a old S-10 Blazer that I use to run all over the trails in the Black Hills before moving down here.

Any advise would be appreciated
Congratulations on your Jeep! Welcome to the forum.

Slaughterhouse gulch is a good, easy run and semi close to Denver (Bailey). One I can run in my stock TJ, minus the really cool whoop de doos... for now

TrailDamage.com - Slaughterhouse Gulch
05-17-2013 06:52 AM
wanderlust you will be surprised how well a stock jkur will do
05-16-2013 10:41 PM
Justin04Lj Youve come to the right place. Lots of awesome guys and gals on this forum. Most will bend over backwards to help another jeeper out. Feel free to find trails that look fun and start planning runs and post them up. Youll always have at least one jeep come with.
05-16-2013 10:23 PM
rapdragon
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I think ive had 3 s-10 blazers and a gmc jimmy blew the motor in one. Guess my point is they were fun lol. Welcome the forum and the jeep world. Im in Colorado Springs so cant help you much on the trails. Im sure ill meet you soon enough though.
Thanks they were fun, fried the tranny in my and after fixing that it kept melting the vacuum hose to lock the fronts in ..lol. Looking forward to meeting quite a few people here over the summer
05-16-2013 09:57 PM
Justin04Lj I think ive had 3 s-10 blazers and a gmc jimmy blew the motor in one. Guess my point is they were fun lol. Welcome the forum and the jeep world. Im in Colorado Springs so cant help you much on the trails. Im sure ill meet you soon enough though.
05-16-2013 09:50 PM
rapdragon
easy to moderate trails around SW Denver

Hey Guys,
Getting my new JKUR this weekend and looking for just some easy to moderate trails that would be near me that could just go out an run to break it in a bit . New to Jeeps but use to have a old S-10 Blazer that I use to run all over the trails in the Black Hills before moving down here.

Any advise would be appreciated

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