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    Re: Fording Pass Feb 15

    I am also confirming those trails in Cataractare very easy to ride, and scenery is awesome, wish could join you cause we also a couple, unfortunately I am in GP right now need finishing my project
    About ramp I didn't see any, Kazdog is a very nice person - meet and talk to him forsure
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    Re: Fording Pass Feb 15

    Quote Originally Posted by 38948 View Post
    No do not take wife there with you. there is creek crossings and shale hills with barely enough for a sled to get around. And that was before the flood.
    So if you love your wife leave her at home. Just saying
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    Thanks buddy I won't take her there, I think I will take her to golden instead

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    Re: Fording Pass Feb 15

    I was out there for my first time last weekend and could not figure out what way to go at the fording pass sign, there wasn't much snow so didn't feel like tracking around
    any help would be great thanks

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    Re: Fording Pass Feb 15

    Fording trailhead is off the Baril Loop trail. I'm sure a few of the trail signs in that area have it scratched in on them. If you don't know where to go from theFording trailhead I wouldn't go any further........if you do make sure you take enough stuff to spend the night
    Last edited by JZ1; December 23rd, 2015 at 04:06 PM.

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    Re: Fording Pass Feb 15

    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron84 View Post
    I was out there for my first time last weekend and could not figure out what way to go at the fording pass sign, there wasn't much snow so didn't feel like tracking around
    any help would be great thanks


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    Re: Fording Pass Feb 15

    Anyone been to Fording lately?

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    Re: Fording Pass Feb 15

    Does the trail over have enough snow on it yet or still a rock garden?

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    Re: Fording Pass Feb 15

    I've only been over once but from what I understand it is always a rock garden at the spit they call the moon.



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    Re: Fording Pass Feb 15

    Some well placed snow fences would sure help keep the snow over that rocky area.....
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    Re: Fording Pass Feb 15

    Quote Originally Posted by Highfly View Post
    Some well placed snow fences would sure help keep the snow over that rocky area.....
    I will get the snow fence if you and others volunteer to help put it up and take it down at the end of the official season (April 30).
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