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Iridium

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From Black Bear to Imogene, Engineer to Cinnamon, we will be hitting some of the most iconic trails in and around Ouray, Telluride and Lake City. Come join us as we explore this picturesque area! More details to come as we get closer.

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This one too, I currently can't remember the name, but I found it a lot more challenging then Black Bear.

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It's also where that Nissan Xterra almost went to the bottom of the canyon because the road gave out underneath him.
 

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This one too, I currently can't remember the name, but I found it a lot more challenging then Black Bear.

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It's also where that Nissan Xterra almost went to the bottom of the canyon because the road gave out underneath him.
At a glance it looks like mineral creek. Sometimes it gets lumped in with engineer pass depending on the source.
 
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SWEET!! thanks for the vote of confidence
I have a hard time placing a face to your name, but the trails we are planning should all be manageable with my tacoma lifted 2-3 inches with out oversized tires. I forget what you are running but from what research I've done the vast majority of t he trails can be done by a stock midsize rig. I'm sure you will be absolutely fine in what ever you are running. And best part is the rest of will be around to help out should the need arise :)
 

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Don't know if we'll make it since we've penciled in a Rimrocker run that weekend...
 

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Have you done Imogene, Ophir, Black Bear, Corkscrew, Hurricane, California, etc?
I've done all of the above except Corkscrew...
If you've done Hurricane and California you've probably done Corkscrew.

Any chance you'll be doing the Moab trip in Oct? That would be a good one to combine with Rimrocker if you have enough time.

I love Rimrocker because it takes you some where, but it's not nearly as fun as the trails at either end, IMO. Hopefully you're gonna get some stuff in around Moab to make it worth your while.