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hey all, thought I'd share some pics from my ride this weekend to introduce myself.

Went looking for a good place to snowmobile this winter and ended up having a GREAT ride and discovering a great trail. Jones Pass, about 50 miles west of Denver. The panoramic pics on here were taken from the top of Jones Pass which is also the Continental Divide at 12,400'.

I posted a write up over at http://www.quadswest.com under the mountain trails section, but I wanted to share some of the great pics and show everybody what an awesome place Colorado is for wheelin.

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Never heard of it. I don't do any racing though, just weekend warrior type riding in the mountains or at various dunes.

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Hey Quadswest!

As Stoopidbot mentioned, him and I live in Denver. His race season just ended, but when we're not out in Deer Trail doing that, we are in the mountains!!! The pics you posted are GREAT! They look very familiar too, I'm pretty sure we've been to the same place. Gotta love the Rockies!!!!!!!!!!

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