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01-25-2008 05:33 PM
Re: Gross?

Thanks guys!
01-25-2008 04:19 PM
Re: Gross?

That road is normally very well maintained. I also have never had a problem getting to Gross. Larry
01-25-2008 03:20 PM
Re: Gross?

Spawn... I'm not sure how you usually try to get there, but I have gone in wind and snow and both and have never not been able to get there. I take highway 93 to highway 72. Go west on highway 72 to Crescent Blvd, which is the light at the Coal Creek Fire Station. Take a right on Crescent Blvd and follow that road to the Gross Dam road. While on Crescent Blvd also stay to your left and don't make any obvious turns. When you come to the T at Gross Dam road turn right. Follow that road until you come to a T at the maintenance facility for the reservoir. Turn left there and follow that road until it ends at the Osprey Point boat ramp. I hope that helps.
01-25-2008 02:59 PM

I have been trying to get up to gross, but everytime we go it seems to be snowed in. We couldn't get down. Does anyone know how to get to gross from Westminster. Were trying to go Sunday. Thank you for all the help.

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