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Sun, Oct 01


Location is TBD

2023 Fall Law Enforcement/First Responder Member Run/Ride-Along

If you are active or retired law enforcement/first responder, sworn in or non-sworn in, this club trail ride is for you! Trail: Yankee Hill cut off to Kingston Peak Registration to open 8/1/2023 Note: Club is OPEN to all that are or support law enforcement and first responders.

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2023 Fall Law Enforcement/First Responder Member Run/Ride-Along
2023 Fall Law Enforcement/First Responder Member Run/Ride-Along

Time & Location

Oct 01, 2023, 8:30 AM MDT

Location is TBD


About The Event

Click Read More to get full details. If you were or are in law enforcement/first responder, sworn in or non-sworn in position, this trail ride is for you! Details with meeting location and time will be sent out with registration; please reach out for questions of if you do not receive  the information at We will have some pastries to offer for breakfast and will provide lunch on trail. Make sure to bring water/drinks and maybe a few snacks. Suggest to bring blanket or chairs to sit and jacket/layers as you never know what you will get with Colorado weather. We will take Yankee Hill cut off to Kingston Peak end near St Mary's. If you do NOT have to have a 4x4 vehicle or don't feel your vehicle is capable of this trail to participate you can ride along with one of our volunteers. Off-road vehicle to have 4 wheel drive with low range, higher clearance, 32" off-road tires, and ability to air down (we can assist with air down and up as needed). If you do not have an offroad vehicle don't worry, there will be seats available in volunteer's vehicles. Must agree to follow EPIC 4x4 Quest Rules (review on website and sign waver prior to trip.  

Trail information:

  • Yankee Hill (will run reverse direction point 22 to point 12):
  • Yankee Mosquito (Kingston Peak Cutoff):
  • Kingston Peak (point 4 to point 14):

(Honorary Temp Membership will be given from time registration)

COVID CONSENT: As with the transmission of any communicable disease like a cold or the flu, you may be exposed to COVID-19, also known as “Coronavirus,” at any time or any place. We will use universal precautions and “Social Distancing” as appropriate and recommended during the trip. “Social Distancing” nationwide has reduced the transmission of the Coronavirus. While we will take measures to provide social distancing through our trip, there could be instances where social distancing is not possible at all times. We recommend that you follow universal personal protection, such as good hand hygiene, maintaining adequate distance, and using face masks when mandated or when you feel appropriate. Masks will not be mandated to participate in the trip, but they could be mandated in towns or locations we will travel. Please note that while we will not mandate masks, they are encouraged by the government.

Despite our careful attention to maintaining social distancing when possible, good hand hygiene and use of personal barriers when required (i.e. in towns, stores, during food services) there is still a chance that you could be exposed to an illness during our trip, just as you might be at your gym, grocery store, or favorite restaurant.

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