Hi, This is my first little trip report, will be mostly pictures. I hope it gives some flat landers a sense of the awesomeness of the landscape compared to the East Coast and what's really involved in a dirt bike trip out there. Back ground. Me: Sam, I am 44 and a decent "C/ B" rider. Bike: 2019 CRF450L. 300 miles on it. MT21 front, D 606 rear. Cheap saddle bags, home made tail rack, 2 gal fuel bag, bark buster and skid plate. Stock engine, Seat concepts low seat. Friend: Frank, 59 yrs old good "C/B" rider but takes it easy these days. Bike: Early 2000's DRZ 400, 15,000 miles on it. what ever random tires with 50% tread, stock everything except skid plate and bark busters, what ever pouches/ bags he had, 1 gallon spare fuel can. Accommodations. Slide in truck camper and enclosed "camper" toy hauler. Originally we planned to do the whole TAT along with my brother and another friend, but work and covid got in the way. So It ended up being just Frank and I, and with a much more limited time. So we decided to just do what we thought would be the best/ coolest part, and also decided no reason to just stick to the TAT. We settled on one mission, Hit as many of the high passes in Colorado as we could in 10 days. That's 10 days door to door.