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Old 10-23-2011, 06:40 PM   #1
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Talking must do wheeling places!

Ok i think starting this year, we are going to go to at least one hot wheeling spot a year! So what i need is to know what are all the best places to wheel, whether it be for the awesome trails,scenery,monuments, just whatever, i know we are going to try to go to moab next year... but i wanna know your best place to wheel...so give me a name of the place and town and state...thanks

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Old 10-28-2011, 02:16 PM   #3
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Go on the Jeep Jamboree website and check out the places that they go. All great wheelin spots!
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Old 10-28-2011, 02:30 PM   #4
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cant beat moab for the scenery. the view on white
rim trail there where the river u's is unbelievable. k2
here locally is one of the best places for crawling. its
just a big collection of granite boulder terrain.
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Old 11-17-2011, 07:45 PM   #5
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cant beat moab for the scenery. the view on white
rim trail there where the river u's is unbelievable. k2
here locally is one of the best places for crawling. its
just a big collection of granite boulder terrain.
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Old 11-28-2011, 08:48 PM   #6
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We did Moab in May of 10, going again May of 12... and planning on Sept of 13. Tons of wheelin anywhere out west to be had,, I know where we are retiring,,, I want the Rockies in my backyard.. Eastern Seaboard has no real backcountry experiences, just a few descent play areas, which become boring very fast..
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Old 11-28-2011, 08:54 PM   #7
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Of the place's I've wheeled that are open to the public URE in NC is some of the most fun I've had with friends and wheeling.

Of the places I haven't been but are on my own bucket list Gore VA, the Florida Vacation trails in Mass, and of coarse the sickest wheeling out there right now, Johnson Valley CA followed by just about any trail in AZ just because of all the old mines and ghost towns
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Old 11-28-2011, 09:24 PM   #8
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never been, but i heard rausch creek park in PA was pretty good....i want to get out there this summer
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Old 11-28-2011, 11:18 PM   #9
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How about Harlan KY, Golden Mountain in Sparta TN, and there are a few good spots tucked away in the state of Alabama.

Totally different wheeling than out west.
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Old 11-28-2011, 11:24 PM   #10
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We did Moab in May of 10, going again May of 12... and planning on Sept of 13. Tons of wheelin anywhere out west to be had,, I know where we are retiring,,, I want the Rockies in my backyard.. Eastern Seaboard has no real backcountry experiences, just a few descent play areas, which become boring very fast..
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Of the place's I've wheeled that are open to the public URE in NC is some of the most fun I've had with friends and wheeling.

Of the places I haven't been but are on my own bucket list Gore VA, the Florida Vacation trails in Mass, and of coarse the sickest wheeling out there right now, Johnson Valley CA followed by just about any trail in AZ just because of all the old mines and ghost towns

the both of you need to come to colorado. prettiest scenery on the planet, thousands of trails. old ghost and mine stuff, and you have moab on one side and arizona on the other. so you win either way
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That is where I am heading someday....best of all the west coast worlds.

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the both of you need to come to colorado. prettiest scenery on the planet, thousands of trails. old ghost and mine stuff, and you have moab on one side and arizona on the other. so you win either way
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Old 11-28-2011, 11:29 PM   #12
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i love it here. born and raised on back roads. never planning on leaving.
4 distinct season
mountains full of year round color
good hunting and fishing
has pretty much every ecosystem known to man except for ocean.
not to many natural disasters
its a good place to be
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the both of you need to come to colorado. prettiest scenery on the planet, thousands of trails. old ghost and mine stuff, and you have moab on one side and arizona on the other. so you win either way
That's why we are retiring out there,, Rockies will be a great place to explore when the deserts are too hot!!
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never been, but i heard rausch creek park in PA was pretty good....i want to get out there this summer
RC is fun, it's around 1,200 acres. Been there a couple of times, done some wheelin in WV, Tenn, and the Carolinas as well as other spots in Pa,, what a easterners don't have is the " excursion " experience.. The amount of wheelin to be had, just in the 4 corners region, is larger than the state of Pennsylvania ... then there is the rest of the west, after returning from Moab last time I said to a friend, wheelin at RC will never be the same,, and haven't been back since..
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yeah id like to take a trip out to moab or how about the grand canyon..? and rent some jeeps. Problem is I'm only a freshman in college so funds are tight =/ plus, believe it or not, i don't have any friends with jeeps or who are even interested..its a sad life lol
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yeah id like to take a trip out to moab or how about the grand canyon..? and rent some jeeps. Problem is I'm only a freshman in college so funds are tight =/ plus, believe it or not, i don't have any friends with jeeps or who are even interested..its a sad life lol
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yeah I'm sure theres someone close to me to go wheeling with...i may try and get a trail run in the pines sometime within the next month

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