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Old 10-03-2010, 11:49 PM   #1
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Another Day In Colorado

Start of the trail starts off pretty easy with great views especially with the aspens changing


My friend in her Nissan Frontier coming up the first rough patch.



Ended up at this campsite towards the top with great views





Continuing the climb, Nothing to difficult but the picture just doesn't show how rough it was






Trail coming to an end


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Nice pictures, i been wanting to hit a trail and go camping for a while now but have not had the chance. looks fun
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Nice pictures, i been wanting to hit a trail and go camping for a while now but have not had the chance. looks fun
Then get out! Haha it is always great to get out and away
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Old 10-04-2010, 11:27 AM   #4
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If you dont mind me asking where do you guys find these trails???? I live in Colorado and would like to hit some of these so long as a stock TRD can handle it since I dont have my lift yet.
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Looks awesome! How far outside of denver was this?
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^^ No worries. A great resource is www.traildamage.com
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From Denver it's about a 35-40 min drive
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If you dont mind me asking where do you guys find these trails???? I live in Colorado and would like to hit some of these so long as a stock TRD can handle it since I dont have my lift yet.
Barnes & Noble has a book called "Guide to Colorado Backroads & 4-Wheel-Drive Trails".
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see you on the trail in the spring
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Beautiful country.
How is the Frontier off-road?
Very very carefully. It was kind of funny when we were done and sitting around at a parking lot near the trail-head entrance we saw a 2nd gen xterra go driving up the trail head and 10 min later it was driving on back.
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Cool, Thanks.
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I need to get my sliders so I can start going off-roading again up here.
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what trail was that?
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It tough living in Colorado but someone has to do it
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what trail was that?
Barbour Fork
http://www.traildamage.com/trails/index.php?id=290
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It tough living in Colorado but someone has to do it
I don't think I would want to live anywhere else.
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Also check out http://staythetrail.org/ for trail info and downloadable WVUM's (motor vehicle use map). There are tons of trails that are stocker friendly.
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I don't think I would want to live anywhere else.
No way man. Colorado's horrible. The bears feast on babies, the mosquitos suck blood by the gallon, it's bitter freezing cold, and it snows 11 months a year. Don't ever move here.
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