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Old 07-29-2007, 06:49 PM
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mudding spots?

hi everyone i'm looking for some good mudding places in or around the colorado springs/fort. carson area? i've heard of a few from some buddies at the shop but nothing ever pans out, if anyone knows some good ones i would appreciate it.
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Never been there myself. The group I wheel with has gone out, they had a blast. What ever it costs to go there has to be cheaper than a date with a Judge!
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Go up Old stage road, not the best mud, but there are some good climbs, and get your truck on the rocks.
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