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SNOW COUNTRY EXPLORERS

RIDE ON SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 10 A.M.
Meet at Continental parking lot. Once we get together we can decide where to ride.
The parking lot has probably not been plowed so be prepared to park on the highway.
Bring lunch and water and don't forget to bring your beacon, shovel, and probe. 
Check your email in the morning for any cancellation due to weather.
Hope we see you there as this is very likely our last club ride for the season.
Leslie Dustin, Events Coordinator
Snow Country Explorers
719-658-0184
dondustin1@aol.com



 




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 CONTACT:  BOB KUKUK

PO BOX 702

CREEDE, CO 81130

719-658-2221

kukuk@fone.net 

COME RIDE THE DIVIDE

Creede Area Trail Map 

The club meets on a Thursday evening about every four to six weeks from August thru April at 7:00 pm. Meeting places, and occasionally the time, vary so please check the club calendar for place and time.

Call 719-658-2221, 719-658-0184 or 719-658-0752 for more information about meeting, rides and events.

  

Detailed Calendar of Events

The Snow Country Explorers Snowmobile Club is based in Creede (Mineral County), Colorado.
 

Creede is located on Colorado Highway 149, 23 miles north of South Fork (on US Highway 160) and 98 miles south of Gunnison (on Highway 50) in the southern San Juan Mountains. The area is surrounded on three sides by the Continental Divide. The club grooms approximately 85 miles of trails in the Divide District of the Rio Grande National Forest. The four major trailheads are all around Creede and provide access to trails for all experience levels. This trail system connects with trails groomed by Lake City to the north and South Fork to the south

 The elevations of the trails range from 8,500 to 12,760 feet. Many of the trails give riders a chance to feel like they are on “top of the world”. The trails offer groomed riding, plenty of meadows for playing and steep mountain areas for climbing. The area has an average yearly snowfall of 250-300 inches so there is always snow to ride somewhere on the system.

    


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