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Ride Along the Divide '09


The final segment to be tackled along the CO Divide after four years of offroading the highest points bikeable in the lower 48, so far as I know.

356 miles (573 km) over 6 days from July 28, 2009 to August 2, 2009

Topic: Bicycle Touring  
Categories: Tour diaries, MTB, Offroad, 3-6 days, Great Divide Mountain Bike Route
Locales: North America, United States, Colorado, Chaffee, Monarch Pass, Saguache, Marshall Pass, Ouray, Engineer Pass, San Juan, Stony Pass, Mineral, Creede, Conejos, Stunner Campground, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, Chama
Year: 2009

Permalink: http://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/5550

Copyright © 2009-2014 By Jeff Nussbaumer - (contact)

Status: Completed Aug 2009
Last update: Sunday December 13, 2009 14:17 (US/Pacific) (edited Mon 13 Dec 2010 20:26 (US/Pacific))
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Table of Contents

Carry-on requirements for 6 days of ultra light travel
Map of route
Day 1: Monarch Pass to Dome Lakes Campground
Day 2: Los Pinos and Slumgullion Pass
Day 3: Three Crossings and a Summer Snowstorm
Day 4: The Wrong Turn that led to a Swimming Descent
Day 5: Discovering a Ghosttown in the Rio Grande
Day 6: Running Down a Dream
The RAD Route completed
Bringing the Expedition to a Conclusion
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