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Black Bear Road Oval T


    Black Bear Road Oval T  

    These Legend Series tees are durable shirts for all seasons, that hold up year after year.  Our Legend Series styles are constructed from100% combed ring-spun cotton, boasting a super soft feel and great fit.

    • 5.4 oz., 100% combed ring-spun cotton, pre-shrunk (unless otherwise noted)
    • 24/1's fabric
    • Tubular construction, shoulder-to-shoulder tape and seamed collar
    • Double-needle stitched neck, sleeve and bottom hem
    • Oeko-Tex® Standard 100

    Sizes XS through XXL

    Part #1 Black Bear Pass - The Steps and Switch Backs - Telluride Colorado (15:01)
    Black Bear "The Steps" Telluride Colorado. Video'd with a GoPro HD Hero bracketed on my hood mounted Hi-Lift Here is a map link of the pass: http://www.openstreetmap.org/index.html?mlat=37.919167&mlon=-107.77&zoom=15&layers=B000FTF 37° 55′ 9″ N, 107° 46′ 12″ W The following is plagerized from someone else below: Black Bear Pass is a difficult trail. Black Bear pass is a One-Way trail only from the Ouray side. I have heard that Telluride runs the trail backwards one day a year, this trail is very dangerous. There is a 900' cliff at the end and if you fall off you will most likely die. There is about one accident per year on this trail. You want to go do it late summer i.e. August, or September. I did it in my '2010 Jeep JK Rubicon with 4.25" lift and 35 inch tires. Any aggressive stock SUV can probably do this trail, with an experienced driver with nerves of steel. Granted I have seen two people I know do it in their stock Jeeps, but those people have 30+ years experience each 4-wheeling Moab and the sort. The trail itself isn't that bad at the beginning and through most of the trail, I would say it is moderate at best. The trail becomes progressively harder after the Black Bear Pass. Earlier I said that the trail is one way only, but that applies to the end of the trail where there is a very steep decent with very tight switchbacks, and a beautiful waterfall (which you can get to from Telluride in a car). Once you see Telluride below you are getting to the sign that states the one way only after that point. It gets pretty steep, it was hard to walk down and up. I suggest you stop your vehicle and walk it to know where you will go. I suggest staying as close to the mountain side as possible. After the steep part, you will veer to the right. The first and second switchbacks are the tightest, after that it's just the cliff on one side and the mountain on the other. I will post a two part video series... part # 1 (The Steps) part #2 (Switch backs)
    • Part #1 Black Bear Pass - The Steps and Switch Backs - Telluride Colorado
      Black Bear "The Steps" Telluride Colorado. Video'd with a GoPr...

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