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I am going with...most likely not.
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saintelias wrote:I realize it all depends on how much more snow we get
Excatly - Go buy some snowshoes.
Concerning trailheads, La Plata and Mt Yale are two trailheads that come to mind which you can drive in the winter. But for the most part, you can expect to tack on a few extra miles for any given peak in winter / spring.
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I'm going to go out on a limb here and say none.
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What, it's not a 14er? It should be.
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