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Old 10-29-2005   #31
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There is a video with Lost Trail Creek in it,if your'e talking about the one in upr. Crystal drainage.I saw a post card with a picture of Sneffels creek that looked sweet!
Ever topo'd the Spanish Peaks area? I have seen the Cucharas with runnable flows,Wahatoya'Guayatoya,and No. fk Purgatoire,have always interested me,if Turkey Crk. is the new benchmark for micro-creekin',then they're doable,if they ever have water.

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Old 10-29-2005   #32
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the lost trail creek outside of marble probably doesnt have enough talking about the one above Rio Grande Rez...easy mistake.

as for the spanish peaks area, i havent actually thought about it much...ive looked at the topos for that region and have quite a few runs in mind, but i have no idea what "typical" streambed geology is there....ive often looked at the Huerfano River, way high up, as well as the St Charles River and Hardscrabble Creek. I will look into the runs you gave me and see if i can find some information on it.

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yeah i've had ute creek on my radar too. have some others too over here in the rio grande basin. all require hiking and some require some chainsawing action. unfortunately i can't do much until my knee gets better. the upper reaches of the rio grande is easy access though and there are some small bax canyons in there too.
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next spring, or summer, or whenever, im down to come over for a couple days and do some major scouting. its not far of a drive for me and i would be way down for exploration.

what creeks specifically are you talking about? are any of the creeks NW and S of Creede (ie: Goose, Trout, Park, etc) any good? ive always thought they looked possible, but i wasnt sure on flow.

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