Shout out to fellow Bronco owners

byronpete21
May 26, 2023

Rank VI

May 26, 2023

I will be near the Telluride area on 18th of July, would love to meet up with anyone interested in showing a Wyoming guy the way around Black Bear pass. This is a trail I would love to see, but would rather not do it solo my first time.




Cheers,

Byron
Darrel, TK1215
Last edited by a moderator: May 26, 2023

Freakin' Amateur

May 26, 2023

#1
Good call, sir. Even if you've driven a trail with challenging obstacles before, it's wise to have someone along to lend assistance should you need it. (Or them!) I hope you find a trail buddy.
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Darrel, Roughstock11

Rank VI

May 26, 2023

#2
Good call, sir. Even if you've driven a trail with challenging obstacles before, it's wise to have someone along to lend assistance should you need it. (Or them!) I hope you find a trail buddy.
Thanks, my back up plan will be to drive to the summit, try to make some new friends for the descent, and if not I can always just turn around and drive back down the relatively easy part.
Darrel, BuckYeah

Rank VI

May 26, 2023

#3
Thanks, my back up plan will be to drive to the summit, try to make some new friends for the descent, and if not I can always just turn around and drive back down the relatively easy part.

How easy is the easy part. Using a rating of 1-10, 10 is very hard. Like you I'm not sure I need to go down the switch backs, but would love to see the view from the top. How close can you get? Short, medium,long hike?

Rank VI

May 27, 2023

#4
How easy is the easy part. Using a rating of 1-10, 10 is very hard. Like you I'm not sure I need to go down the switch backs, but would love to see the view from the top. How close can you get? Short, medium,long hike?
From what I can gather from my Internet research, the road to the summit is a pretty easy drive like a 2/10. It appears the switchbacks start about 2 miles past the summit so definitely doable on foot.

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