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Ideas on where to go on a summer Explorer run

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I am looking for ideas on where to go on an explorer run this summer. Let's throw in some ideas on where to go.

Check out www.traildamage.com for a list of trails, descriptions and difficulty

Tim
 



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MMMMM no one has any ideas on what trail to run.

here are ideas I have:

Coney Flats/ middle St. Vrain
Jenny creek
Caribou creek

I haven't ran any of these but want to. I may be running them in my 95 Suburban as I may be letting my son use the EX for school transportation.

Tim
 






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There was a trail somewhere around here that had a downed military aircraft, but I can't seem to remember what trail... I think it was by Estes Park? I always thought that sounded cool, and I think it was 6-7 as well.
 






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Well my wife changed her mind so my son is going to take the Suburban and we still have the Ex.

So Maybe i'll pick a trail and run with it.

Tim
 






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Thanks Accord, seems like it's a much easier trail than I thought. I'd be game but I'm not sure what this group would be up for.

I've started classes on mon-wed and I work weekends. So if anyone's game for a day run or a thurs-fri expedition then I'll go where-ever.
 






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Looks like it died in here. Anyone up for doing something in what's left of the summer or fall before the snow gets too deep?
 






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I can try to make something if its a stocker trail.
 






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I am in, no snow has stayed around yet. I am at the same elevation as most of the highest front range trails.
 






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There was snow on Middle St. vrain and coney flats yesterday. But wasn't an issue. the rocks where.

Tim
 






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