I was Planning on exploring Mnt. Antero and the Baldwin Lakes trail after coming back down, there are supposed to be some good campsites near the beginning of that trail. Which is about a 45 minute drive away from the Antero trail head. If I can I'll make it a point to do some recon when I get the chance. That would give us plenty of time to break camp (departure by 9 a.m?) and make our way down to the staging area of our second trail run (Tincup Pass) near the Saint Elmo staging area. We can definitely consider Napoleon Pass as Cumberland is nothing more than a washboard filled road. We can discuss these thing in more detail as we get closer to the trip.@JDGreens
Great meeting you this past weekend, and looking forward to this trip! I’ll arrive to meet at camp Thursday evening, I won’t make it for the Antero run.
I did have a thought/suggestion for Friday night camp and Saturday… Napoleon Pass is a cool alternative to Cumberland and could be a more exciting way to transition back towards Hancock. Couldn’t find it on TrailsOffroad but Funtreks has it in their book/site.
I had allowed more to sign up than David originally wanted so the way I have it set up now may not allow for new RSVPs.Sadly I won't be able to make this trip due to family commitments, my RSVP is up for grabs!!