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Old 07-03-2004, 04:20 PM
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hey guys/gals i am from iowa but am a long haul truck driver, i just got home from pulling a load of pipe out to durango for the new medical center they are building there. i got to go over wolf creek pass for the first time and i must say WOW, if it wasnt for all the construction they are doing there, it would have been a awesome ride. It still was great and the views were breathtaking. It is defintly one of my favorites now to go over. although taking hwy 6 over loveland pass is still one of the best rides i have ever took.
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Old 07-04-2004, 11:45 AM
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I've had a couple good pucker up moments on wolf creek when i was on the road. it sure is pretty up there though.
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I love Wolf Creek in the summer, but I hate it in the winter! LOL
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You should try it on a motorcycle.
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Colorado has some GREAT passes, and as long as you didnt burn your brakes up...lol...like some of the flats drivers do, im glad you enjoyed it. I drive Loveland Pass, US6 in my Ford a few times a month just to get away from the highway.

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yes that pass has awesome views, but no fun with a heavy load.
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I don't mind it cause if Im on it that means I'm gonna be skiing it and after motorcycling that is my most favorite thing to do.
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Try Red Mountain Pass of you want some pucker power (IN the snow)
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