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View of the Holy Cross Wilderness from Abrams Trail.

Holy Cross Wilderness

On Monday I went to Eagle Colorado and did some mountain biking.  The terrain was a lot like that of the Roaring Fork Valley but we still had a blast.  On the first climb up the Abrams Trail we had some great views of the west side of the Holy Cross Wilderness.  I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of […]

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____ Valley with Mt. Sopris in the background.

The Valley

This was the view as I rode my bike up Red Canyon Road to the start of the Boy Scout trail.  The large mountain on the left is Mt. Sopris and over it’s left shoulder is Capital Peak, a fourteener and the start of the Elk Mountains. Scatman Get out there! Wondering how you can support the next adventure?  Simply […]

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Views from the trail.

Views from the Trail

I took this picture while on my ride yesterday.  The air was crisp and the sky blue in blue.  I had the trails to myself except one other soul. Scatman Get out there! Wondering how you can support the next adventure?  Simply support the following and you will be. Backcountry.com, Feed the Machine, and Amazon.

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View of El Jebel from above.

Roaring Fork Valley

This picture was taken from above El Jebel which is just up valley from Carbondale.  I was out on my road bike exploring the various roads throughout the farmland surrounding the valley.  This is no shortage of paved and unpaved roads to explore. Scatman Get out there! Wondering how you can support the next adventure?  Simply support the following and […]

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This is the view on the first switchback going up McClure Pass.

Ascending McClure Pass

Yesterday I decided to climb up McClure Pass on my road bike.  Though most of the aspens have lost their leaves the colors were still brilliant.  This picture looks up the Crystal River Valley towards the town of Marble. Scatman Get out there! Wondering how you can support the next adventure?  Simply support the following and you will be. Backcountry.com, Feed the […]

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Capital Peak

Capital Peak

I took this picture during a mountain bike ride to Hay Park.  I actually took it as we (myself and two guy, Brian and Shawn I met) while we were trying not to get lost finding a trail.  We eventually found it but it took some detective work on our part.  Some day I would like to go hike up […]

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Lupin with my two buddies filtering water.

Lupin

This shot was take at Indian Bar Camp in Mount Rainer National Park.  My tow buddies and I hiked in on the Wonderland Tr. and out in one day.  It’s a long day hike but for those up for the challenge, it’s well worth the effort.  The views are amazing and for the most the trip is not that overly […]

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Lead King Basin

Lead King Basin

I said there would be more pictures from my trip this weekend.  This one should catch your eye.  The scene stopped me in my tracks.  I actually stopped and put my mountain bike down to look at this.  Lead King Basin is surrounded by Wilderness. That road you can see on the bottom of the picture is where we descended […]

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Crystal Mill

Crystal Mill

On yesterday’s ride I went through the town of Crystal located on the Crystal River on a 4×4 road between Marble and Crested Butte, which is for the most part a ghost town now.  It was incorporated in 1881 but mining started in 1860.  At it’s peak the town had 400+ residents, two newspapers, a pool hall, men’s club, barber […]

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Lizard Lake

Lizard Lake

Today I went on a sweet mountain bike ride up to Lead King Basin and back through the town of Crystal. This is a view of Lizard Lake which is between Crystal and the town of Marble.  The riding was mostly jeep track but the views were amazing.  We topped out around 11,000′.  Expect more pictures in the coming days. […]

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