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CO: Jenny Creek 8-15-10

Did Jenny Creek with a few guys this past weekend. This trail is pretty cool because its really narrow giving you the sense that you are really stuck in the woods and parts of the trail are actually the creek so you do alot of water driving. Its a really easy trail with only one spot that can be difficult for stock rigs.





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post #2 of 6 Old 08-18-2010, 09:30 AM
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Nice. Is that old broken down bridge still there at the start?

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Nice. Is that old broken down bridge still there at the start?
We had to cross over this ridiculously narrow bridge. Its pretty short though, maybe a little over a car length. Is that the one you are talking about?
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It's been a few years since I ran that trail. There was a 1/2 of a bridge that went into the creek and came out in a steep climb. Just wondering if that was still there.

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It's been a few years since I ran that trail. There was a 1/2 of a bridge that went into the creek and came out in a steep climb. Just wondering if that was still there.
Sorry, I dont remember that bridge then.
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NP and thanks! I'm not suprised that it's gone.

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