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Old 12-18-2009   #1
 
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Locals only at CP?

Rsmiller will you please post the same type of information about CP that you did about wolfer?? It was so easy for you to give up the info about wolfer I would think that you would be just as happy to share what is said to be a "locals only" area in N colorado....

You have to feel that it is a hypocritical to give up goods on your non local stuff then hold back on CP???

"That guide was sweet for us Boulderites that want to stomp the crap out of the Wolf Creek Local's powder.."

Well some of us who want to "stomp the crap out of the CP locals powder "

What gives - is it locals only at CP???? The locals only vibe is so much worse up on the cp stuff than it is down in wolfer that it seems to me what you are sayin is that the national forest can be "locals only" if you are the local??? Total BS...

From the # of pm's I have gotten in the past few days there are many many people out there who want this information and I think that the same level of information sharing for the N colorado goods is warranted.

I think it would be better for the "locals" to kill the locals only vibe up at cp and give out the same info you are so willing to share on wolfer.. If not there are maps out there with nice red lines on them with routes and lines to ski that will be posted here.

So what gives is it "locals only on cp"????

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all you have to do is drive to the top of CP, get out of your truck/car, and look around. it's not hard to figure out where the good skiing is located. the increase in traffic up there in the last couple of years proves that easily.
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all you have to do is drive to the top of CP, get out of your truck/car, and look around. it's not hard to figure out where the good skiing is located. the increase in traffic up there in the last couple of years proves that easily.
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What he said.
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no response? post it 'nek
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Here you go. I will give you some beta, but I don't think you should post it here or online. And my reason is simple. Limited front range access, or how about just the fact that people are ignorant and will do a google search, find this and hit the road with nothing more than your map and hopefully a sled in tow. No research or avy training, anything.

One problem already is between the sleds and the skins. The sledders are getting too close to the CP proper and poaching what is otherwise skin trail access, while the sleds should stay to the back half of the pass and NW.

The skin trail is less than an hour to the top from the lot, and is seeing increased used on weekends and friday/monday crowds but is still banner 3 days a week. Increased boot pack from CSU boarders who are good for 1 run and like to take all the snow with them are more present as well.

We love the extra trash in the woods of honey bunwrapers in the trees and beer cans/ bottles in the parking lot, or the fuckin retards in 2 wheel drive parked sideways in the u turn lot and NOT across the street in the easy access lot a WHOLE 50 FUCKIN YARDS AWAY.

But you wouldn't notice this down at the sled lot. a few miles back down the road. It's usually just a few trucks lined up nicely. out for a nice day of sucking 2 stroke while getting some fresh air.

Come on up and join us. access is limited but hey, Our options are too.

RMNP is a GREAT place too. there is the Bear lake area with a 800 yard pillow lines and little rock cliffs everywhere. Flat top to the north skis like a dream and soo much to do between the trail to LP and the south east side.

Then there is Hidden valley. There is still a map there and so you should be fine. And back to the CP area. pull up a google map on CP. locate Larime River road for sled access and the 2 lots further up the road for the skin trails. Try the trees to the west of the first knoll. Be sure not to ski right out onto the road, trust me you will get nailed.

I will be back with a map for you soon. Sorry for hating earlyer. I don't know what go into me.

pm me if you want some specifics, I will show you what I know.

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Thought this would help too.
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Here you go. I will give you some beta, but I don't think you should post it here or online.
then why did you post it? pretty sure that sled access anywhere on the east side of the pass -that people ski- is illegal because it's wilderness. there are plenty of areas where sleds are allowed, so please stick to those. those of us that prefer to be human powered don't want to "suck 2 stroke" as you put it.
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all you have to do is drive to the top of CP, get out of your truck/car, and look around. it's not hard to figure out where the good skiing is located. the increase in traffic up there in the last couple of years proves that easily.
Bingo the dude just said all you should need to have a great day out.. Also before anyone gets too bent - am not going to post maps and lines for wolfer, cp, or any of the other areas I have been. I just wanted to point out that sometimes it is real easy to give out someone else's "secret stash".

Searching is what getting out in the bc is all about.. All you should need is the name of a trailhead and then get out and learn what the area has to offer.

So for all who have asked the dude just let you in on CP..

And if you want to know the Cottonwood trailhead at avalanche is not that bad of a starting point here around BV..
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then why did you post it? pretty sure that sled access anywhere on the east side of the pass -that people ski- is illegal because it's wilderness. there are plenty of areas where sleds are allowed, so please stick to those. those of us that prefer to be human powered don't want to "suck 2 stroke" as you put it.
I did not post any information that is not already known, just trying to be friendly. Fuck you both, how is that. shoot me a pm so I can kick you into a tree well.
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I did not post any information that is not already known, just trying to be friendly. Fuck you both, how is that. shoot me a pm so I can kick you into a tree well.

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