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... on the trail. We about ran out of water that evening and got back on our bikes for an epic hike a bike the next day. It was a hoot, but boy oh boy did I have no idea what the hell I was getting into. To say we rode the trail would be a gross exaggeration of reality. To say I loved it would also be a bit of an exaggeration, but to say I'm happy we did it - ...
Starting at Spring Creek Pass near Creede, we began hiking with our 50
& 60 pound packs. My parents, Tom & Annette, graciously dropped
us off. We immediately started gaining elevation
from 10,900 ft. We hiked up and down over Jarosa Mesa to our first stop
8.7 miles into the Rio Grande National Forest. we camped across from
the ruins and rebuilding site of the Colorado Trail Friends Yurt, which
was recently destroyed in a wind storm. Surprisingly ...
... the car is intact but they got two minutes penalties and moved down to third position in the under 3-liter class.
Back on US 50 West we stopped for petrol at Gunnison and for the first time on this event decided to have a proper lunch at a road side diner. Good old american junk food, a burger and fries of course.
The third trial of the day at Cimmaron Road was also cancelled due to the road ...
... or cave. It was never roofed over and shows no signs of habitation: some suspect it was a temple of some sort, built during the last, most difficult years of occupation, as an appeasement to the gods ... but this is pure speculation.
Towards late afternoon, we finished all of the open trails and roads, so headed off to Durango. The drive over the pass was lovely: the ground on both sides of the road was covered in snow. We ...
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