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Today 01:52 AM
mtnbound
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Also there is a shooting range off Yankee hill if people were interested in that as well. As long as safety was priority there could be some more fun to be had.
I would love to do some good ole SAFE shooting!
Today 12:05 AM
meanGREENnugget Also there is a shooting range off Yankee hill if people were interested in that as well. As long as safety was priority there could be some more fun to be had.
Today 12:02 AM
meanGREENnugget Yankee hill starts at the cemetery in blackhawk and ends on Fall River road. It is usually pretty mild. There are several offshoots that can lead to more exploration. Slaughterhouse gulch is 15 minutes from me so I run it all the time. I haven’t had a chance to run it this year except in the snow, but it has a tendency to be a little tough on a stock rig. It can be done, but it may be a pucker factor for some. I will run slaughterhouse gulch this Wednesday just to see it’s condition. Going to head up to Yankee hill on Friday as well. I will report back afterwards. I think it would be fun to something that is close to the city for those folks down the hill, the less travel distance the more time to chill. I am up for whatever the group decides on.
Yesterday 05:40 PM
Thecrazzed2014S
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My goal with this is to have fun but not break stuff, at least major stuff lol.



the good thing is having a group we can assist eachother.
I'm in! I have the basic gear and tools. I'm free most weekends.

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Yesterday 05:28 PM
mtnbound
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I would say the question is who is coming and what rigs people have. I'm stock except 265 BFG wranglers. Cascade creek is the hardest trail I've attempted and did not complete due to snow and running solo. But I'm IN!! if a stock X with a moderate driver can handle it.

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My goal with this is to have fun but not break stuff, at least major stuff lol.

the good thing is having a group we can assist eachother.
Yesterday 03:38 PM
Thecrazzed2014S I would say the question is who is coming and what rigs people have. I'm stock except 265 BFG wranglers. Cascade creek is the hardest trail I've attempted and did not complete due to snow and running solo. But I'm IN!! if a stock X with a moderate driver can handle it.

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Yesterday 03:21 PM
Casey Floyd
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Thanks for the suggestions, i hear about slaughterhouse all the time but never done it!

how far away from Denver is it?

It's a good one. About 45 mins down 285 just before you get to Bailey. Definitely recommend it. I ran it two weekends ago, and it was in great shape
Yesterday 02:54 PM
mtnbound
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Very interested in this! I'm very flexible as far as dates are concerned!

Some trail suggestions relatively close to the Denver metro area that mostly stock rigs could do (i've done all these stock): Moon and Gamble Gulch near Nederland. Or Pole Hill up near Estes. A slightly more difficult one would be Slaughterhouse Gulch near Bailey.

Just some suggestions
Thanks for the suggestions, i hear about slaughterhouse all the time but never done it!

how far away from Denver is it?
Yesterday 02:39 PM
Casey Floyd Very interested in this! I'm very flexible as far as dates are concerned!

Some trail suggestions relatively close to the Denver metro area that mostly stock rigs could do (i've done all these stock): Moon and Gamble Gulch near Nederland. Or Pole Hill up near Estes. A slightly more difficult one would be Slaughterhouse Gulch near Bailey.

Just some suggestions
Yesterday 02:22 PM
Thecrazzed2014S
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Hey there everyone on TNX! I've noticed quite a few members joining recently in addition to the many longtime members in the denver/ colorado/ rocky moutain area.



How about we set up some sort of TNX meetup this summer(2019) say June/ July/ august?



Nothing crazy, maybe meet at some mountain town, run a trail or two, then grab some grub somewhere.



What'd ya say? any takers? any suggestions as to where/ when?
I am very interested in this. I live in the Thornton area but can be found anywhere from Nederland to woodland park on the weekends. Have been doing moderate trials solo and would enjoy being able to push the X with a group.

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