Out of shear boredom yesterday, I wandered up to Woodland Park and started down Rampart Range Road. For anyone that wants to do some serious snow bashing, just head south on Rampart until you get to the Eagle Lake turn off. That's where they stopped plowing the road and it immediately gets 16-24 inches deep. The genius that I am, I thought I'd just peer down the road a bit (like 150 yards). Well, I had no problems going in, but backing out was a different story. There's nothing like the feeling of sliding sideways towards the edge of a mountain road. ) It took me about 45 minutes to dig, chain-up and hand winch out the last 75 yards. (I've been wanting to practice with my HiLift as a winch anyway.) There are tracks heading south. By the looks of them, the trucks had 35's or 37's and still had plenty of trouble driving down Rampart. My guess is that Rampart Range Rd. south end is plowed up to the Garden of the Gods boundry. So trying to drive the south end of Rampart would probably be an all day trip. What with 10 miles of it being un-plowed. So it looks like there should be a lot of snow on Schubarth and I doubt that it's going anywhere before our run on the 20th.