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 Hiking with Dogs: Mt. Falcon, CO

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jbealer
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PostSubject: Hiking with Dogs: Mt. Falcon, CO   Mon Dec 03, 2012 9:30 pm

this time we all made it to the same trail head Smile
here is the map for our track and location
http://goo.gl/maps/o8Ost
i would say it was about 4miles in 2hrs. a great little hike just outside of Denver, it was about a 50min drive for me from just about the airport.
alone for the hike was our friend Kelly with her husky Shylo, Claudia and JD with Ginger and Storm and Jack and I, Sierra stayed home to heal up her leg.
it was a HOT Dec. 1 and we encounter a few people on bikes but had no issues. unless they got dumped on i think this trail is to exposed to snowshoe on Sad
we started on the Parmalee Trail from the upper parking lot. we then traveled on the meadow and castle trail to make our way back in a loop. If i would do it again i would start with the castle trail as it is flat and wrap it up on the parmalee trail as it would be heading up hill. going down hill with full energy huskies sucks!
ok on to some pictures


kelly in front.




kelly and jd




jd and claudia






water break










photoshoot on trail, SURE, strike it Claudia!


Shylo is a ham!












Jack and I








just got them all in a shot!


regrowing from an old wild fire


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PostSubject: Re: Hiking with Dogs: Mt. Falcon, CO   Tue Dec 04, 2012 2:05 am

I can't believe the lack of snow!
Jack's tongue hanging out look is like summer.

(Where is Eddy? He hasn't been on the website for awhile.)
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