pan y agua
Join Date: Aug 2005
Bikes: Wilier Zero 7; Merlin Extralight; Co-Motion Robusta; Schwinn Paramount; Motobecane Phantom Cross; Cervelo P2; Motebecane Ti Fly 29er; Calfee Dragonfly Tandem
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The bikepath from Vail to Dillon is actually quite nice. It runs parallel to I-70, but for the most of it, you're not even aware of the interstate. Its a significant climb up Vail pass, but it's never steep. My guess would be 4-5% average grade. All th way to Dillion, and back would be a full day. If you wanted to do less you could ride to the top of the pass and back down, so you only have to climb it once.
Riding around Lake Dillon is also nice.
You could fall off a cliff and die.
You could get lost and die.
You could hit a tree and die.
OR YOU COULD STAY HOME AND FALL OFF THE COUCH AND DIE.