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    CO: Berthoud Pass-US 40

    Take I-70 into the mountains and get off on US 40. its always 2 lanes going up and one coming down....be careful of storms but other then that its an awesome drive where you can *somtimes* be the only one on the road.
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    be real carefull the first town you come to, it looks like a hole in the wall. It is posted at around 25mph there is usually a cop there that must make his salery by ticketing people. I got pulled over this winter doing 8 miles over the speed limit there. I have heard many similar stories, it could just be during ski season though.
    Once you pass the town it is lots of fun to drive

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    That town (Empire), made the top 10 list of speed traps in the country a couple years ago. I have a friend that got pulled over on Christmas day and he said that they gave him a choice of king sized candy bars and told him to drive slower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by V8 Sluut
    Take I-70 into the mountains and get off on US 40. its always 2 lanes going up and one coming down....be careful of storms but other then that its an awesome drive where you can *somtimes* be the only one on the road.
    What is the exit #? I live in Frederick, and I'm always looking for great drives.
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    I believe it's 232, not 100% sure on that.

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