WS4W Club Calendar

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Jun
2
Tue
Club Meeting
Jun 2 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Monthly club meeting 7:00 pm at the Montrose Rod & Gun Club off the San Juan Bypass, Montrose, CO.
The club meets the first Tuesday of every month unless displaced by a holiday.

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Jun
4
Thu
Rock Junction
Jun 4 @ 12:00 pm – Jun 7 @ 8:00 am

Rock Junction hosted by Grand Mesa Jeep Club in Grand Junction, CO. Check their website for additional information.

Jun
13
Sat
West End Poker Run
Jun 13 @ 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

West End 4X4 Poker Run hosted by Nucla-Naturita Chamber of Commerce. Watch for more information as the date approaches.

Jun
14
Sun
Cashin Copper Mine
Jun 14 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Lester and Ruth S. will lead a tour out to the Cashin Copper Mine and then up to an overlook of the mine on Sunday morning, after the West End Poker Run. For this Sunday trip, meet at the Rimrock Hotel in Naturita at 9am. Have a full tank of gas; bring water, lunch and snacks; although we may be back in Naturita in time for lunch.

Jun
27
Sat
Corkscrew
Jun 27 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Stan McKenzie will lead a clean up run on Corkscrew.

Meet Saturday, June 27th at the Ouray Visitor Center, departure time 9am. During this Covid-19 issue period we should expect adherence to social distancing recommendations at our departure location as well as at the lunch stop. To that end and upon your arrival please sign our standard WS4W run document which will be located on the hood of my Jeep, white 2-door TJ.

Bring sufficient water, your lunch, a trash bag and a tank full of fuel. I can be reached at (224) 229-8704 if you have any questions.

Jul
3
Fri
Lake City & Alpine Plateau
Jul 3 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

Eddie and Linnea will be leading a trip to Lake City on Friday, July 3rd.

The plan is to leave the Gold’s Gym parking lot at 9am with all the usuals; full tank of gas, lunch, water, snacks, etc. We’ll travel into Lake City via the Blue Mesa cutoff, make a stop at the bakery in town and return to Montrose over the Alpine Plateau. Lunch stop will be somewhere on the Alpine Plateau.

Plan for a full day out.

Jul
7
Tue
Club Meeting
Jul 7 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Monthly club meeting 7:00 pm at the Montrose Rod & Gun Club off the San Juan Bypass, Montrose, CO.
The club meets the first Tuesday of every month unless displaced by a holiday.

If you would like more someone to contact you with more information, click Contact Us

Jul
11
Sat
Mineral Creek Clean-Up
Jul 11 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

Steve Waters will lead the clean up trail ride for Mineral Creek

Meet Saturday, July 11th at the Ouray Visitor Center, departure time 9am. During this Covid-19 issue period we should expect adherence to social distancing recommendations at our departure location as well as at the lunch stop. Bring sufficient water, your lunch, a trash bag and a tank full of fuel.

Jul
15
Wed
Williams Pass
Jul 15 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

July 15th, 9am at Hancock Town Site, east side of Williams Pass Trail head with a full tank of gas, lunch, water and snacks. However, please note the following information:

We are planning on Meeting at the Hancock Townsite/Alpine Tunnel Trailhead on the St. Elmo side of Williams at 9am on July 15th. This is not a work day so we don’t need volunteers. We may clear a tree or two and I know of one rock that will need moved to travel the full pass, but the goal is to assess the condition with the FS. topics for discussion during this site visit will include possibily moving the opening month from August to September; the current road condition, future signage and any work that will need to be completed sometime this summer before the opening date.

Until the west tunnel grate is repaired, Williams will be run as an out and back from the Salida side.

If you need directions to the meeting site, please contact Rick A.

Jul
18
Sat
Poughkeepsie Gulch
Jul 18 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

My plan is to leave south city market no later than 9 AM.
NO stop in Ouray. Air Down at the Corkscrew trailhead, and utilize the facilities in the woods.
Corkscrew -> Hurricane -> Top of Poughkeepsie.
If you need to stop for a potty there are 2 along the Corkscrew pass trail so feel free to peel off to use them, but my goal is to not stop till we hit the upper gate after airing down. It is going to take some work to remove the one snow drift. The bright side to this is that it is all downhill travel after the work is done. We will have some kind of briefing for all people in attendance at the top of the trail before we open the gates.

Be sure to have a full tank of gas, lunch, water and lots of snacks. Also bring tools, such as snow shovels, to help clear the drifts.