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I went out on a run up to Webster Pass, and some adjacent trails. Here's some pics from the run:

Heading out after airing down:


Top of Webster Pass:



South from Webster Pass:

 

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Some of those views take my breath away just looking at them, must be awesome being there! Thanks for sharing-43:D
 

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great pics thanks for sharing.
 

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nice photos. Looks like it was fun. I would love to go see some places like this some day. I hope that if the camping trip for next year ends up in CO, its in a place a beautiful. I love that scenery.
 

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One of these days I'm going to move to Colorado.... seriously. Every time I see someone post pics, the scenery is always beautiful.
 

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Oh Man! I'm literally packing up my house this week as I prepare to move the family to Denver. I can't wait to get out there in January!
 

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Oh Man! I'm literally packing up my house this week as I prepare to move the family to Denver. I can't wait to get out there in January!
Welcome to the party, where are you moving from?
 

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Great pics! I want to move back...
 

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Wonderful pics, and great place. unfortunately it does not snow in Saudi Arabia except for some placed in the far north and some places on the mountain, and it doesn't last for long time!

Why did you air down the tires, the terrain looks solid?
 

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We air down for comfort as well as better contact for the rocks and other objects on trail. Helps to prevent punctures and a jarring ride.

Poppa, I know the feeling, that's why I only spent 18 months in NoVA/DC. Might be moving back there for work, should know more about that this week & next.
 

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Fantastic Pictures, Thanks for sharing.
 

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that's why I only spent 18 months in NoVA/DC. Might be moving back there for work, should know more about that this week & next.
Thats where my Commander is right now, in Alexandria, waiting for Beach duty :eek:rangehat: I will only be in COlorado (FT Carson) about 2 months when I get back and till I PCS, so it will stay in VA. When in Colorado, I diddnt go out too often, but when I did , I took my stock commander almost everywhere I wanted, I just avoided the Trails with rocks to climb and stuff. Polar did the same. AWESOME places to drive/hike. NOVA has great places to go as well, in the PA/WVA/VA/MD Mountains, but not the elevations and views of the Rockies.

I'm guessing you are Military? couldnt read the Post Sticker.
 

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i keep forgetting to comment on these pictures. awesome run! i'll have to get down there for some wheeling someday! i still have a lot to concur here though.
 

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Canadian, I'm running a 2" Terraflex with 265/70R17 Goodyear Silent Armors and Bilstein shocks.

Bulldog, I'm in the Navy Reserves, post sticker if for Ft. Carson since that's where my reserve center is. These trails are the hardest I want to do with the XK, which is why I'm working on getting my trail rig running and leaving the XK for DD/light trail use. I know about VA trails, used to live in Front Royal, VA, did some exploring in the GWNF when I was out there, so wheeling wouldn't be a total loss, but not the same as out here.
 
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