RV Living | Teocalli Ridge | Crested Butte, CO



Views:194|Rating:5.00|View Time:8:21Minutes|Likes:14|Dislikes:0
This was our hardest ride to date! The climb was ridiculous, and the stakes were high with a thunder storm off in the distance. But… we made it! And it was awesome!

Blog:
Etsy Shop:

Facebook:
Instagram:

Music:
Nicolai Heidlas –

Mount Baker- Railroad Grade, Park Butte



Views:694|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:18Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0
These images were captured while hiking Railroad Grade and Park Butte trails on the south side of Mount Baker.

Mount Baker is an active, glaciated volcano in Northwest Washington State, 31 miles due east of the city of Bellingham. It is part of the Cascade Volcanic Arc and Cascade Range.

At 10,781 ft., Mount Baker is the third-highest mountain in Washington State and the fifth-highest mountain in the Cascade Range.

Mount Baker is the youngest volcano in the United States, and the second most active after Mount Saint Helens. Mount Baker last erupted in 1880.

Mount Baker is a great place to camp, climb, hike and backpack. You’ll find glacier-covered peaks, wildflower-filled meadows, and old-growth forests. The mountain and surrounding area is part of the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest and much of it is designated wilderness.

Video and photography by Gregory Reed.

Music: Si Beag Si Mor, Snowy Path, by Sláinte
Intro Music: ACOUSTIC MEDITATION by Jason Shaw
Outro Music: Shadows in the Moonlight (Instrumental) by Josh Woodward
Available on the Free Music Archive freemusicarchive.org/
Under CC BY license

Planning a trip? Additional information on Mount Baker can be found at:

Yellow Aster Butte



Views:816|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:51Minutes|Likes:4|Dislikes:0
September 20, 2014. Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Whatcom County, Washington.

Trailhead is on Twin Lakes Road about 4 miles off of Mount Baker Highway.

Nice hike on a very popular trail, leading to a great viewpoint or further on to an area with lots of tarns and campsites or up to Tomyhoi Peak.

It’s a bit over 3 miles and about 2500 feet of elevation gain one-way to the viewpoint on the butte.

BNSF Butte Sub: Provo / Fort Igloo Trains



Views:1586|Rating:3.75|View Time:2:56Minutes|Likes:6|Dislikes:2
Shot during the Summer of 2009, this clip features two BNSF loaded coal trains on their Butte Subdivision in southwest South Dakota. The action is based around an abandoned munitions base called Ft. Igloo which sits next to the mainline just south/east of the crew change point at Edgemont, SD. The abandoned fort looks like a great place to explore, but it is closed off. However, there is a road overpass that’s barely used that spans the tracks and that’s where the first train is viewed as it climbs up out of the Cheyenne River valley and Edgemont. This location is about 7 miles uphill out of Edgemont.

The second train is viewed about a mile further south east along the main in Provo, SD. The old church at the fort makes for a nice backdrop.

Crested Butte Bike Trail 401



Views:113|Rating:5.00|View Time:17:25Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0
I hope this captures some of the beauty (and speed) of the legendary Trail 401 near Crested Butte, CO. This video was taken on June 28, 2018. Not on the video is the long climb from Crested Butte, so I was tired when we reached the top. I’m not the fastest rider, I’m an old man lowlander from Texas.

LOAM HUNTING – Eccher Trail – Mountain Biking Crested Butte, Colorado



Views:8756|Rating:4.95|View Time:9:55Minutes|Likes:360|Dislikes:4
All the fun parts of the 5 1/2hr EPIC. Deadmans Gulch to Cement Mountain, Roaring Judy to Eccher! Let there be LOAM!

Follow us on Instagram:
Facebook:
Visit our website:
Buy a Trail Peek T Shirt:

Our Gear:
Tires:
Gimbal:
Helmet:
Shoes:
Pedals:

Wilderness Trail Bikes –

music by Dyalla Swain – Mr. Optimisitic

Crested Butte | Mountain Biking the 403



Views:466|Rating:4.09|View Time:14:15Minutes|Likes:9|Dislikes:2
My day consisted of riding Gothic road to Snodgrass, then climbing Washington Gulch Road to the 403, climbing and descending that, then climbing Gothic to the 401 and completing the full length of the 401 back to the car. I did this loop (a long 6-1/2 hour day) but my GpPro decided to not record a thing from the very top of the 401 so I got no footage of any of that. I was crushed (as it was the most perfect day ever) but It’ll give me a reason to go back..

So, this focuses on the 403 with a bit of Snodgrass and the road for good measure. You can see a longer cut of the prior day’s Snodgrass journey here:

I was not quick descending the 403 (mid pack according to Strava) but it was my first time down and I think it gives you a more realistic view of what the typical weekend warrior may do on their first ride of this fairly intimidating mountain.

But enjoy and go ride it! It’s worth the 2,000ft climb (or shuttle it).

My Strava:
MTBProject:
Trailforks:

My Equipment:
Trail Bike: 2013 Tallboy LTc
2016 Fox 36 TALAS 120/150mm
2018 Fox DPX2 rear shock (135mm travel)
KS Lev TI 150mm dropper
22-30-40 front crank (11-36 rear) – yep I still like my 3×10.
Syntace MegaForce2 70mm stem
Raceface NEXT 1/4″ rise bars
Ergon GE1 grips
WTB Volt Ti
Front Tire: Maxxis Minion DHF 3C/EXO/TR 2.5
Rear Tire: Maxxis Ardent 2.4

Data Capture:
GPS: Garmin 800
HR: Scosche Rhythm+

Video:
GoPro 4 Black
EVO SS gimbal (Support me by buying here:
Overlays generated by Garmin VIRB Edit software
Edited on Final Cut Pro X/Compressor

Well… that was SICK! – Trail 409.5 – Mountain Biking Crested Butte Colorado



Views:13741|Rating:4.98|View Time:7:17Minutes|Likes:410|Dislikes:2
Randy is all hopped up on halapeno chips and gave’r the beans on this one.

Follow us on Instagram:
Facebook:
Visit our website:
Buy a Trail Peek T Shirt:

Our Gear:
Tires:
Gimbal:
Helmet:
Shoes:
Pedals:

Wilderness Trail Bikes –

Music: – Ride the Wave

Crested Butte | Mountain Biking Teocali Ridge



Views:507|Rating:5.00|View Time:15:48Minutes|Likes:11|Dislikes:0
Riding Teocali Ridge as a loop starts of with a long double track climb followed by a steep single track climb to get to the top. From there, the descent is a mix of rocky, but mostly dirt single track through pines and aspens. There are a couple a couple of drops and some gully cutes to navigate but for the most part is is not that technical and is a solid intermediate ride. A series of switch backs leads to a short section of exposure on the mountain side but then you’re back into trees. The final descent finished through meadow before dirt road back to the start. Expect stream crossings and wet feet.

My Strava:
MTBProject:
Trailforks:

My Equipment:
Trail Bike: 2013 Tallboy LTc – Pretty much stock apart for:
2016 Fox 36 TALAS 120/150mm
2018 Fox DPX2 rear shock (135mm travel)
KS Lev TI 150mm dropper
22-30-40 front crank (11-36 rear) – yep I still like my 3×10.
Syntace MegaForce2 70mm stem
Raceface NEXT 1/4″ rise bars
Ergon GE1 grips
WTB Volt Ti
Front Tire: Maxxis Minion DHF 3C/EXO/TR 2.5
Rear Tire: Maxxis Ardent EXO/TR 2.4
(so okay, not that stock…)

Data Capture:
GPS: Garmin 800
HR: Scosche Rhythm+

Video:
GoPro 4 Black
EVO SS gimbal (Support me by buying here:
Overlays generated by Garmin VIRB Edit software
Edited on Final Cut Pro X/Compressor

BUTTE PLANE CRASH: THE ABORTION CONNECTION



Views:3033|Rating:3.13|View Time:5:24Minutes|Likes:30|Dislikes:18
Bible prophecy fulfilled: another End Times warning to America/Babylon!