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Old 01-05-2014, 06:31 PM
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Originally Posted by DWNUNDR View Post
I have a stock 100...

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This is a great trail if you're looking for a lot of flex. The "whoopdeedoos" (dirt moguls that twist your suspension) found through the entire trail are challenging to a stock vehicle, especially if you have a sway bar that is not disconnected.

and Boreas Pass

This scenic and mellow trail connects Breckenridge and Como, effectively connecting I-70 and Highway 285. It is a very easy trail not requiring 4-wheel drive or high clearance at any point. A passenger car could do this trail slowly without any issues. The section of trail from Breckenridge to the pass is a bit rougher and less well-maintained than the section from the pass to Como.

Kinda aiming for something in between the 2 of these things hahah

If you're somewhat experienced with wheel placement then you can get through the whoops no problem. Does your 100 have atrac? Even better

Just trying to think of what won't be closed due to snow. Rampart range and Dakan roads will probably be open if they aren't closed due to mud
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