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Stagecoach State Park, Two-day Camping Trip

  • 09/20/2019
  • 7:30 PM
  • 09/22/2019
  • Stagecoach State Park, 25500 County Road 14, Oak Creek, CO 80467

Registration

  • The club is not charging any fee for this one, but would like to know who is going to be there.
    One going to travel and/or otherwise be involved in this event. (One may be just carpooling or sharing meal(s) or accommodations.) There is no requirement of bike riding.

Registration is closed

 An early-bonus bicycle ride at noon on Friday September 20th, from Storm Peak Brewing, 1885 Elk River Plaza, Steamboat Springs, 80487; to Steamboat Lake State Park; and, back.

 54-miler with 3200-vertical-feet. Map: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31086536?beta=false

 [Note: a park pass purchased at Steamboat Lake State Park is also honored at Stagecoach State Park.]

 Stagecoach State Park is about seventeen-miles south of Steamboat Springs, Colorado; and, is where we are to be camping Friday and Saturday nights, on site Juniper Group Camping.

 Cost for this reserved site is nominally set at $25-per-person.

 In-addition, park pass/entrance fees

  • Daily Pass: $8-per-day, expiring at noon; or,
  • Annual Pass: $80-per-year affixed, or $120-per-year hang tag; or,
  • Aspen Leaf Annual Pass for 64-year-old-or-older: $70-per-year.

Saturday at 11:00 AM,

Coal Mine Loop routes:

 78-miler with 4300-vertical-feet via Hayden (business), https://ridewithgps.com/routes/29218440;

or,

 68-miler with 4440-vertical-feet, https://ridewithgps.com/routes/30667210;

or,

 52-miler with 3790-vertical-feet, https://ridewithgps.com/routes/30667251.

or,

 Counterclockwise alternative Coal Mine Loop route: 53-miler with 3690-vertical-feet, https://ridewithgps.com/routes/29218984.


Sunday at 10:30 AM,

Out-and-back routes:

 Rabbit Ears Pass route: 63-miler with 5630-vertical-feet, https://ridewithgps.com/routes/29218443; (mostly out-and-back; so, it may be simply shortened);

or,

 If you would drive to (Old Town Hot Springs,) Steamboat Springs after packing your camping equipment; you may like to ride this Rabbit Ears Pass 49-miler with 4790-vertical-feet: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31132516; or, shorten it to about 28 miles with 2730-vertical-feet by U-turning at the western summit.

or,

 Steamboat Springs hot spring route: 34-miler with 1400-vertical-feet via Old Town Hot Springshttps://ridewithgps.com/routes/29220220;

or,

 Steamboat Springs hot spring route: 48-miler with 3000-vertical-feet via Strawberry Park Hot Springs, https://ridewithgps.com/routes/29218775.

 FCCC has a paid-reservation at Stagecoach State Park for the Juniper Group Camping Area (Sites 54 through 57) for Friday-through-Sunday-noon. It offers facilities for up to eighteen people: two RV sites (featuring 30-amp electric hookups, which require an adapter for directly plugging-in a household {2- or 3-prong} plug); parking for at least four additional vehicles; and, three developed tent pads (though up to ten tents are allowed on it, just do not pitch one on the vegetation). Its facilities include picnic tables, flush restrooms, grills, and a central group fire ring/gathering area.

 A coin-operated shower is available at the marina, which is close-by. It may be a good parking place for your loaded vehicle, Sunday morning(?)

FCCC - Fort Collins Cycling Club


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