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Old 02-13-2012, 10:25 AM
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thought I'd share a few pics from our trip to KOH last week in no particular order (I can't remember which are which for the most part anyhow)

LOTS of fun, LOTS of wheeling, worth the trip for sure

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back door
clawhammer
jackhammer
sledgehammer
outer limits
fissure mountain
sunbonnet
full of hate

I think thats all of them, I lost count. Full of Hate is my new 2nd favorite trail behind Boulder Canyon

we pulled cable one time for a spot on full of hate, drove everything else
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Old 02-13-2012, 10:39 AM
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Can you describe the trails difficulty level? meaning are the more buggy hard core

and where are the pics?
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Old 02-13-2012, 10:40 AM
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a few

first 4 are backdoor and resolution, last one I'm not sure
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Old 02-13-2012, 10:42 AM
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Can you describe the trails difficulty level? meaning are the more buggy hard core

and where are the pics?
the ones we did with the exception of fissure mtn and clawhammer are pretty tough. full of hate was the toughest, buggy only.

I think there are a lot of easier trails out there, I honestly didnt go on them, but many of the trails have LOTS of rocks that are sharp and move, so armor is a necessity
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Old 02-13-2012, 10:43 AM
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couple more

first one is sledge, second two are coming down outer limits, last two are FOH
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Old 02-13-2012, 10:45 AM
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last ones

these are full of hate, the first two pic is where all three of us had to pull cable, I could get about three feet further than the picture, but really got into my driveshaft good so opted for cable. If Brook had 40's instead of 37's he could've made it in the red buggy me on the fall in the second pic we all went up.
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Romer, your 100 should be fine for those trails.
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Romer, your 100 should be fine for those trails.
Thats my thought as well. tell you what, you bring your 80 and we can both sign up next year

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Ya...come on Schotts....oops I mean Ken...you can do it!
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The only trail that I see in those pictures that I could do is in the background of the 3rd and 4th picture

The rest look like boulder fields...Looks like fun though
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