here is a great trail for you. take a lunch and wear some hiking boots cause you will want to top out and enjoy the view.Gentoe said:I have no clue where to go, so one of you vets will have to pick where. My rig is bone stock, getting ready to get a new tune up hopefully this weekend...
Not sure I know this one. Any more info.? Got a trail number?ScorpionBoy said:here is a great trail for you. take a lunch and wear some hiking boots cause you will want to top out and enjoy the view.
anyhoo, this one can be done in a stock truck and is moderately challenging too boot. there is no exposure, so you won't have to sweat any drops. It is called Music Pass and it is in the Sangre de Cristo range, just south of Westcliffe. Enjoy.
i don't have the trail number here at work, i will look it up tonight. but it is pretty well signed. head south from westcliffe on , umm, either 96 or 69 (they interesect there and i always get them transposed, but it is the only one going south). follow the signs to music pass. head on up.Trouble said:Not sure I know this one. Any more info.? Got a trail number?
China Wall would be a fun one for stockers.
dirtydave said:Just to let you know...China Wall is a great trail. Stock bronco could make it but it will take time. I made it with 2 inch suspension and 32"s and thats it, but also had my dad to guide me through a large majority of the duffucult sections. Tincup is a good pass for stockers, and if you do go to Taylor Resivor, take a fishing pole and fish Texas creek. You will catch a few fish. Just got back from there. Cottonwood pass is easy, but right now is in terrible condition. There are holes all over the dirt side of the pass. that makes for some pretty slow going, but other than that, that whole area is really nice. Just got back from there yesterday.