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PostPosted: Fri May 26, 2006 2:19 pm 
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Is anyone interested in touring in the Mosquito Range over the next 2 weeks. I am living in the tent, so I would probably be down to travel to meet up somewhere. Crystal looked really good today, and with colder temp's on the way it should be shralpable soon (monday possibly).


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Im in - Right now I'm in Green River, UT heading east on I70. Where's mosquito range?


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MykeBurtonS70 wrote:
Im in - Right now I'm in Green River, UT heading east on I70. Where's mosquito range?


I'll give ya a hint. It's in Colorado... :lol:


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Killclimbz wrote:
I'll give ya a hint. It's in Colorado... :lol:


Thanks for all the help ;)

Here's a map, seems I could head south on 9, 24, 91 - depends on where we are heading.

http://terraserver.microsoft.com/image. ... &Y=339&W=1

http://local.live.com/default.aspx?wip= ... ture=en-US


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 02, 2006 6:44 am 
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Is anyone familiar with the CO summer snowpack? Know where the easily accessible stuff is? Are the glaciers rideable?


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You might try checking out Rocky Mountain National Park. Ptarmigan is the couloir up there that most people get late summer turns. Also as of a couple of weeks ago people were doing Skywalker Couloir on Radio Beacon of of Rollins Pass. You might check that one out too.


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oh yeah? anyone up for heading up there for the weekend? I got my motorhome or we could rough it.


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