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06-26-2013 12:10 PM
Gymguyjeep The fires in this area have certainly changed some of my plans. However, have any of you been on roads around the Stone Cellar Campground. There looks to be alot of roads in this area, at least two or three days of riding and it is open and according to the Forest Service, will likely remain open.
06-20-2013 09:22 AM
Gymguyjeep
Saguache/South Fork/Lake City Triangle Area

There seems to be a good number of Colorado Jeepers on this forum and I am hoping that there might be some of you who have explored the area between Saguache/South Fork/Lake City. We have made many trips to Colorado and try to pick a new area to trail ride each time we go. We will be camping about 5 days outside of Creede and expect to ride every day, all day while we are there. Have already decided to do Stony Pass, Bristol Head/Crystal Lake and Browns Lakes to Heart Lake. We have already seen the Wheeler Geologic Area and most everything in the Bonanza area. Any suggestions on out-of-the-way trails that have great scenery?

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