john tiong chunghoo
Travel Haiku - Colorado Mountain Biking - Poem by john tiong chunghoo
my excitement and feet
spiral up the Pearl Pass
It's time to retire that winter parka. Even though there's still snow on the mountains, spring has sprung and soon you'll be swapping the skis for the bike. So start plotting your way to Crested Butte, which boasts a lattice of trails sprawling over the valleys and peaks of Gunnison National Forest. Epic rides like pedaling up and over 12,705-foot Pearl Pass before bombing into Aspen make for a perfect warm-weather rite of passage.
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