Pretty much all the trails off of old stage (above the colorado springs) stay open the entire year. But that doesn't mean that they are doable. the high country/alpine trails get closed and a lot of trails up north off of I-70 get closed.LostFedExMan said:100% Couldn't agree more! I would LOVE to do some snow wheeling this year! Do any trails in Colorado (around the springs) stay open for snow wheeling?
I can train you, go in sauna for about 15-20 min then run outside hose yourself down or jump in a snow bank then run back inside replenish fluids (beer/vodka/water) then repeat. After a few sessions you will be like a polar bear. And jumping in snow is actually not as cold as you think you dont even feel the cold. It works i promiseLt. Ray T. said:Its not the snow as much as the cold that comes with it....lol. It looks fun, but I would rather not freeze to death. Remember I am a 7th gen FL cracker, my system is not designed for temps colder than 45 deg for longer than a day or two....lol
My goodness, two years ago we had 10 days strait that the temps never got above 40 deg. I thought I would die...... grin.
Visiting the snow will be good enough for me... Then I can just go home. Kind of like grand kids. You can enjoy them till you are ready to send them back.