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Old 07-14-2013, 11:29 AM
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very nice. I'm . jealous. looking at going to the papoose fire area in a couple of weeks. Good trip but hard to see where the cabin was.
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Old 07-14-2013, 12:06 PM
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Nice. Are those trails bike friendly as in big dual sport? Looks doable on Anakee IIIs. I'm itching to take on some scenery like that on the bike for a few days.
Absolutely doable on a dual sport. Especially Owl Creek Pass. Watch for deer though, I almost whacked a few including a MONSTER buck. There are some free range cattle up there too, so hitting one of those on a bike wouldn't be the most awesome thing ever done.

It's really pretty right now, but late September - early October is the best time to be there IMO.
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Old 07-14-2013, 05:34 PM
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Owl Creek Pass, Rowdy Lake, Silver Jack Reservoir, East Fork(spotty because of the fire), West Fork and 2 alpine lakes just above 12,000ft that hold cutthroat trout........ I forgot their names . I did camp at one of them and I only brought my 40 degree bag, it got down to 36 and rained something fierce. My bag wasn't enough. Thankfully, Libby likes to sleep close and I made a little room for her in the sleeping bag.

All the rain caused some pretty major rock slides. The lake sits in a bowl surrounded by big peaks on 3 sides, and the sound of the slides echoed off the 13k+ walls like gun shots. It was LOUD pretty amazing to see.
Awesome. I'll have to go check some of those out soon. Thanks for sharing.
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