Talk-in Frequencies

We'll do our best to monitor the following frequencies. When you arrive in town, we ask that you please monitor these frequences if possible and help out anyone driving into town. Once we're all in town, we will try to use CB Channel 4 for general communication. We'll use specific CB channels for each of the trail runs.

CB Channel 4

Ham Radio
North: 147.270 PL 127.3 Engineer Pass KB5ITT
South: 147.375 PL 156.7 Silverton KC5CHM
146.520 simplex

The .27 repeater reportedly has spotty coverage in Grand Junction, and coverage in Delta, Montrose and of course Ouray though hand-held coverage is questionable. The .375 repeater should cover Durango, Silverton, Telluride and reportedly has coverage in Grand Junction too. The repeaters are linked. They are the northern two repeaters of a linked system. The southern end is a repeater in Farmington, NM on 146.76 PL 100.0/127.3 KB5ITS. Also in the system: Eagle Pass (NW of Durango) 146.670 PL 100.0 K0EP Further details: . The owners of these repeaters have graciously allowed us to use them. You can also try 146.520 simplex. You might also try using the Colorado Connection repeaters however we have not obtained express permission to use these so please don't tie them up.

Schedule

Sign in at the Ouray Community Center (HQ) on 6th Street east of Main.

7:00 - 8:00PM - Wednesday, August 14

7:00 - 8:00AM - Thursday, August 15
7:00 - 8:00PM

7:00 - 8:00AM - Friday, August 16
7:00 - 8:00PM

7:00 - 8:00AM - Saturday, August 17


  1. After you arrive in Ouray, drive over to HQ during one of the times listed, the sooner the better!
  2. Sign in and receive an information packet and goodie bag.
  3. Fill out the waiver form along with all your passengers and each will get a non-transferable bracelet
  4. Pick up your t-shirts and BBQ tickets
  5. Have a safe vehicle, copy of your waiver, valid driver's license and current proof of insurance ready when you attend a trail run

Last updated October 21, 2006
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