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Old 07-15-12, 11:56 PM   #1
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That perfect place

I am sure I am not the only, but when I go to Winter Park I have a certian trail I ride. It's not long, not technical, but it's the 1 trail I always do. Just brings me peace. It might be that this was the first MTB trail my dad took me on as a kid. Just me and him. I have no idea. But it works everytime. I hope others out there have this trail, whereever it may be, I am glad I do. Enjoy a few pictures.







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Old 07-16-12, 01:22 AM   #2
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Thats some amazing scenery, man you gotta love Colorado. For me I get that peaceful feeling anytime I ride an area that is tranquil and free from people and distractions.
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Old 07-16-12, 06:55 AM   #3
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I get the same feeling in areas around Rampart Resevoir before the fire. Havent been up there since, hope its not to bad.
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Thats some amazing scenery, man you gotta love Colorado. For me I get that peaceful feeling anytime I ride an area that is tranquil and free from people and distractions.
Thanks!! I really enjoy it here. I understand getting away from people!

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I get the same feeling in areas around Rampart Resevoir before the fire. Havent been up there since, hope its not to bad.
Same here, That fire sucked.
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Thats a beautiful place!
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