Don't know if you saw but Randi commented that the kilt wearer is Scott Kubina. A group that included several friends was riding to Cripple Creek and were spending the night before riding back on Sunday. They called it the Cripple Creek Crawl and in normal crawl fashion had their SAG wagon stashed with ample amounts of beer. I knew they were riding but didn't know the details.
I am trying to do Segment 2 of the colorado trail with a friend on Thursday. The idea is to park one car at the Scraggy Creek TH and then drive to the South Plattle River TH, but I can not find the road (s) on the map that will allow me to do that. Can you help or refer me to someone who might be able to help. Many thanks, Mark
I grew up in Green Mtn Falls, so I know the area quite well, and it's always fun to keep up with things going on at home :) I thought the bike ascent of the Peak was awesome and can't believe it hasn't been organized before now!
Thanks for the comment Tim. It's another master piece created by Andy Mitchell. We should have some 14er stuff soon too. Hopefully on the trip you decide to go on! Details are still in the works. I'm taking the gang camping this weekend, we should get some good stuff (pictures). Have a great 4th!
Thanks for the welcome, Tim. Your site looks great. The folks at Boulder Running Co. told me about you -- it looks like you're providing a great service to our community. Thanks for the opportunity to post info about the Run for Rwanda.
Colleen told me about your Blog, so I thought I would check it out. Looks very impressive and well organized.
The Pikes Peak area really needed a comprehensive outdoor activities reporting venue. Many of the folks who come here do so just to take advantage of the great Rocky Mountains outdoor experiance.
Good Luck in your new venture!
Thanks for the welcome! I'm new at this and afraid that I'm not good at keeping up with e-mail stuff... I'm always working, training or enjoying a trail run... however, I'll be spending a bit of time on the incline and Pikes Peak this summer as I will be training for the Ascent and wanted to see if I could join some groups to get me motivated :)! The Incline Group sounds like fun! Do members meet during the weekends?