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Hey guys!

I haven't seen many posts here for us guys/girls here in Colorado. Anyone interested in setting up a off road trip soon or when the weather permits?
 

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I would be up for it, I've already got some body damage and pinstriping from our fine trees. Seems everyone here has heeps or tacos.

Trail Damage is a good site for trail suggestions. See link below. I've run a few trails in Larimer (still need to finish Kelly Flats).


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Look up Nissan Off-road Association of Colorado on FB. They're pretty active in Colorado, but are mostly Xterras.
 

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East Englewood off Broncos Parkway. I'm glad someone started a Colorado thread finally. Once I get some parts installed I'm definitely down for some runs.
 

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Fort Collins here! I've been here for about 2 months and can't wait to start wheeling. I just need to find some good places to go


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I typically go offroading up in boulder canyon or up in the mountains, well definitely get a group together soon!

Yes please haha. All I need is to get rid of these stock BFG Long Fails


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I'm with you there, I'm hoping I can get most of my stuff in before we hit summer.
 

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Well let's keep this thread alive. I've seen some literature about off-road trails throughout the state. My brother lives in Carr and he goes to red feather in Roosevelt national forest. Seems pretty cool up there from what I've heard.


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There's lots of cool places to go. I've ran Crown Point in the winter and Sevenmile is open. Other places that can be run in the winter are Ironclads/Bunce School, Yankee Hill, Illinois Gulch and China Wall. Those are all around the Front Range area.

Greg, Sevenmile is a good easy trail to run, it probably could be done on the Long Fails. If not, I can always help pull you out!
 

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Well let's keep this thread alive. I've seen some literature about off-road trails throughout the state. My brother lives in Carr and he goes to red feather in Roosevelt national forest. Seems pretty cool up there from what I've heard.


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Agreed, well keep it alive and anyone can post up some trip ideas and plan from there.
 

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Oh... also have this little guy that can take a beating. I cant wait to meet some of you guys and go wheeling or whatever. Being new to an area kinda sucks...
Nice truck! Hopefully I can get the lift on before then offroading season starts, but either way I'm excited for the snow to melt and start riding on some trails!
 

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Oh... also have this little guy that can take a beating. I cant wait to meet some of you guys and go wheeling or whatever. Being new to an area kinda sucks...
I know the feeling man. Did it before and just moved home after ten years, now it feels like I'm starting off in a new city all over again.

Once the weather is good I plan to do a lot of fly fishing and hunting too. Always down to meet some new folks and get into some fish and game if anyone else is interested.
 

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I know the feeling man. Did it before and just moved home after ten years, now it feels like I'm starting off in a new city all over again.

Once the weather is good I plan to do a lot of fly fishing and hunting too. Always down to meet some new folks and get into some fish and game if anyone else is interested.

Heck yeah! Love hunting and fishing. Do a lot of shooting in the Pawnee Grasslands east of i25 north of FoCo. Good stuff.


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Well there we go. I need to use my new 12 gauge as well as my truck.

I better order my lift before the snow melts! There are some great wheelin areas near Nederland and Rollinsville/ Moffet Tunnel.
 

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Anyone else planning on GoneMOAB this May? Looking forward to it even though Everything is sitting in the garage and wont be able to put it on until Late summer.
 

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Looking at running Bill Moore Lake in the next couple of weeks on the weekend. LEt me know if anyone is interested?
 

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For anyone interested, check out this group as well Rocky Mountain Overland

I'd like to get with some guys to go wheeling as well, been too long, but, alas, I suspect we are in for an early winter this year, and not much more wheeling to be had
Thanks, I actually check that website out once in awhile but haven't made an account. Maybe I should. We should have some more time to 4-wheel but with Colorado its hard to predict when the summer weather is gonna end haha
 

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Would love to meet up and go wheeling sometime. Just got my 2008 CC and love it. I live in the springs but drove out with a buddy on a fairly technical trail to crystal mill in Carbondale Colorado last week. Great trip, pics are in the crystal mill thread in the 4x4 section. I love traildamage.com it's a great resource.
 
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