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    Just got back from my trip to Snowy Range on Wed. Great trip. 603 miles in 3 days. Highest elevation reached was 11740 ft acording to gps. Lot of trail riding and a little highmarking. Fresh groomed trails every day. Anywhere from a ft at Albany Lodge where we stayed to 10 ft in the meadows up in the higher elevations.
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    Where were ya sledding?
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    • #3
      Ron, did ya take any pictures? Ill bet you guys have the time of your lives!!! Good to hear.
      Rot.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Intimdtr77
        Where were ya sledding?
        Snowy Range outside of Laramie in the Medicine Bow National Park.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by rotalaris
          Ron, did ya take any pictures? Ill bet you guys have the time of your lives!!! Good to hear.
          Rot.
          We had a great time. If you see Dane, ask him what it's like to be stuck on the side of a mountain at over 11000 ft. I'll have to work on putting some pics in this week.
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          • #6
            I bet that boy was winded as hell up there pullin on his sled
            I am so jealous, what a great trip, you better cough up some pics for the rest of us that had to work
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            • #7
              Originally posted by formula600
              Just got back from my trip to Snowy Range on Wed. Great trip. 603 miles in 3 days. Highest elevation reached was 11740 ft acording to gps. Lot of trail riding and a little highmarking. Fresh groomed trails every day. Anywhere from a ft at Albany Lodge where we stayed to 10 ft in the meadows up in the higher elevations.

              next time PLEASE ask me to go

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              • #8
                I was at Snowy Range in March. It is unbelievable!!!! I can't wait to see your pics. We stayed at Winter Creek Condos when we were there. Great people and awesome riding.

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                • #9
                  We're always looking for people to go sledding in the mountains. The people are great out there. We stay at the Mountain Meadows in Feb. and Winter Creek Condos in March. Glad you had a great time, we'll be looking for your pics
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                  • #10
                    Let me know...I will be there in a minute...




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