[Cdt-l] Flipping in Colorado
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Sun Feb 14 17:26:00 CST 2016
Early to mid July is the best time to avoid snow. September is usually snow free and less rain.
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> On Feb 14, 2016, at 4:58 PM, Peggy Rice <msrice27 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm new to the list, and hoping to hike New Mexico and parts of Colorado and Wyoming this year.
> I do not have good snow skills, and would like to avoid a lot of snow in Colorado (patches are fine, just not a lot of snow). As a long section hiker, I have the luxury of avoiding the snow :). I am planning to be in Chama around June 20th. Where should I flip to in Colorado to start north (or possibly south) again? I know it will depend on melt-off and so on, but what is a reasonable guess?
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