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Old 09-20-2013, 11:41 AM   #1
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Trails in the Smoky Mountains?

Looking for some suggestions for trail riding in the southern Smokies....we dont have a destination picked yet so we are open for suggestions. Two of are meeting Sat Nov 9th and 10th to trail ride somewhere. If u want to join that would be awesome just help pick a location.

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Old 10-07-2013, 07:23 AM   #2
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Looking for some suggestions for trail riding in the southern Smokies....we dont have a destination picked yet so we are open for suggestions. Two of are meeting Sat Nov 9th and 10th to trail ride somewhere. If u want to join that would be awesome just help pick a location.
Hello from a fellow newb

I live in the area but since I am new to Jeepin I don't know
the trails but I would love to join you. I am sure that some one
will point us in the right direction.
There is always Cole Creek, its one of the best off road places in the southeast, over 175 miles of trails. I have been many times but on
a Honda Foreman 4 wheeler only
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Old 10-12-2013, 05:46 PM   #3
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My wife and I just got back from there. Not trails per se, but did manage to get her a little muddy...do these qualify? Didnt really need 4wd at all..



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Old 11-05-2013, 04:30 PM   #4
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I'm not sure how far you are from the Cherohala Skyway, but there's quite a few "trails" ( rough gravel roads) leading up the mountains to some awesome lookout spots.
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I'm not sure how far you are from the Cherohala Skyway, but there's quite a few "trails" ( rough gravel roads) leading up the mountains to some awesome lookout spots.
HI

I live just a few miles from the Skyway and I am not sure what trails you are referring too. I would sure like to check them out, could you give me an idea
were they are and what they are like? I do know about North River road,
it is my favorite in the winter with 8 inches or more of snow,
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