open_circuit previously posted:
"I'd like to run it if there is no snow on the tippy sections."
In my experience, once the lower section by the houses to the first switchback is clear, the primary snow stopper is up near the top on the way in. It is a tippy section such that it is a deciding point (turn back or keep going). There is ample parking / turn around at that point for a handful of vehicles. Once past that point, I do not recall there being other snow stopping points.
Here's a map pin to the area I have as questionable:
Google Map 40.155218, -105.448199
If that spot is a turn-around - it would not take long to get to that spot - we could turn around and try something else (Bunce / Ironclads / Rock Creek nearby or maybe something to the south - or call it a day).
I'm not hard set to do this as there are things around the house I _should_ be doing, but hey, I can get out and the weather looks great - so why not is my perspective.