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New Meetup: Dayhike Caribou Ranch

From: Scott
Sent on: Monday, September 6, 2010 6:00 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Weekend Hikers...Plus!

What: Dayhike Caribou Ranch

When: Saturday, September 11,[masked]:00 AM

Where: Boulder Open Space
5201 St. Vrain Road
Boulder, CO 80503

The address is the Boulder Open Space office. It is not the trailhead. Use the directions on herer.

By request...

Please use the park-n-rides. There are only 25 parking spaces at the trailhead.

Dry Creek Station
Directions to the Dry Creek park-n-ride: From I-25 and E Dry Creek Rd., head west on E Dry Creek Rd to the light at S Chester St. Be in the far left lane. Make a u-turn at the light. Now heading east get into the far right lane. In maybe 100 yards the lane vears off for a right hand turn. Now take the left lane that turns up into the park-n-ride. We?ll leave from this park-n-ride at 8:30. Please be on time!!!!

If anyone wants to take charge of a park-n-ride up North let me know.

Directions: Take the Boulder Turnpike (U.S. 36) to Boulder. The highway becomes 28th Street. Turn left on Canyon Blvd./Highway 119 toward Nederland. Zero your odometer. Drive up the canyon and around Barker Dam to the first traffic circle in Nederland (17.3 miles). Take the second right at the traffic circle, Highway 72/Peak to Peak Highway. It's 1.9 miles to the turnoff for County Road 126. (0.2 of a mile from the traffic circle, you'll see a sign for "Caribou", ignore that. Look for the sign for "Caribou Ranch Open Space" about 1.8 miles from the traffic circle) Take the dirt County Road 126, 0.9 miles to the entrance to Caribou Ranch Open Space.

The hike: This hike is just under five miles with very little elevation gain. We'll start this hike around 10:00am.


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