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Old 11-03-2010, 05:56 PM   #61
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Garner...That would make Hale not too bad a drive for you @ all!

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You're welcome. Left this pic out. Kinda gives you an idea of how sharp the turns are on one of those trails. Kinda gives you the feeling you're Al Unser climbing Pikes Peak.
That looks FUN!

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Old 11-03-2010, 05:58 PM   #63
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Hey!! Hawk Pride Mountain is open this Saturday!!

I'm goin!!!!

How bout' it, y'all!?!?!?!
Sadly, I'm working Saturday :0(
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Old 11-03-2010, 06:23 PM   #64
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Garner...That would make Hale not too bad a drive for you @ all!

where is it at ?
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its a 2 1/2 drive for me i want make it
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Old 11-04-2010, 06:43 AM   #66
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Okay, okay. So Tuscumbia is up in the top corner. Well, Cullman it is, then. Cullman is pretty much centrally located in Alabama. I'm itching to go off-roading again.
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Old 11-04-2010, 08:30 AM   #67
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where is it at ?
Garner, Hale Mountain is near the AL/TN line...there isn't much 'big' to use as a reference point nearby but I guess the best would be New Market, AL...Do you know where that is?
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Old 11-04-2010, 07:42 PM   #68
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Garner, Hale Mountain is near the AL/TN line...there isn't much 'big' to use as a reference point nearby but I guess the best would be New Market, AL...Do you know where that is?
not sure where that is i mapquest it anf it said 2 1/2 hours i live in ider al
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Old 11-05-2010, 10:20 AM   #69
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Garner, I dont think it would take that long, I just mapquest it and it said 80 miles, 1 1/2 hr. trip. I think you can beat that time. Check going thru Scottsboro, up 79 then cut across to Huntland, then to Elora. Good Luck!!
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Old 11-15-2010, 07:28 AM   #71
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how was the ride ???
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Old 01-11-2011, 06:42 PM   #73
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Just outside of Florence here. I'd definitely recommend you guys check out Hawk Pride.
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I live in the Shoals area. I've never been to Hawk Pride, trying to talk some fellow jeepers into going. The vids look extreme. I'm not interested in tearing something up since my jeep is a daily driver.
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B'ham - Inverness area.
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Old 03-31-2011, 08:26 PM   #76
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Cullman, here and completely new to jeeps. I'd love to go somewhere that I can see alot of jeeps. I've already been bit by the bug and need ideas. Thanks!
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Birmingham -- Oak Mountain area. Seems to be a lot of Bham folks on the forum
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Cullman, here and completely new to jeeps. I'd love to go somewhere that I can see alot of jeeps. I've already been bit by the bug and need ideas. Thanks!
Cullman keeper here too
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Who all went to Gray rock today?
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Jefferson County Trail Riders Unite!

If you are willing to share your knowledge of light off-road touring trails in North Alabama, want to meet up for some Sunday afternoon trail riding or enjoy hanging out in the garage working on your wrangler, drop me a line or friend request. I've been riding the Birmingham area WMAs, national forrests and mountain ridge roads.
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Old 08-26-2012, 07:44 PM   #85
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If you are willing to share your knowledge of light off-road touring trails in North Alabama, want to meet up for some Sunday afternoon trail riding or enjoy hanging out in the garage working on your wrangler, drop me a line or friend request. I've been riding the Birmingham area WMAs, national forrests and mountain ridge roads.
Not only am I up for off-roading this weekend, I got a 2012, Pentastar-thumping JKU to boot:



I have new Hankook 285 70r 17 MT's I want to try out on some serious terrain:



LETS GET IT ON!!!
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We'll be at Stoney Lonesome today around noon. The newly graded and banked trail 411/411b/412 entrance near landing zone 12 all the way at the back of the park is the one to do - as long as you have good tire tread! If it is your first time at Stoney Lonesome, set aside 20 minutes to fill out the paperwork and watch the safety video. Cost is $10+$5 per person and there will be plenty of folks riding today. You can download a couple of the forms ahead of time. A little less crowded on Sundays about 3. Mau be a little rain coming in late afternoon. http://stonylonesomeohv.us/
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Stoney Lonesome Base Camp

From the Jeep trail section overloooking Stoney Lonesome Base Camp today in the distance. The rhinos go to their watering hole about 2:00 so the trails open up for the Jeeps late in the afternoon. I saw you big dark beautiful Wranglers heading West past Dodge City today at 3:30!
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Cullman County Oktoberfest & Stone Lonesome OHV Park

If you want to make a weekend out of it or just a day trip check out the Cullman County Octoberfest and visit Stoney Lonesome for a few hours also! We went to the opening ceremony last year on a Sunday at 1:30 and were on the trail at Stoney Lonesome by 3:30. Opening ceremony this year is Sunday October 7 at 1:30 PM and the festival runs from 10/06/12 to 10/13/12. Pictures below are of the selection of the Oktoberfest Queen (decided by which young lady gets the cupcake with the ring in it) and dancing.

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Lineville AL Heritage Festival 11/05/12

This is a great festival on the east side of Mount Cheaha on November 5. They have a small music stage and you can walk a 4-block area and visits shops. We sat down for lunch with the mayor at the Fire Department fundraiser BBQ. You can mix some light gravel road touring in if you approach from Talladega via Skline Drive and then cut down to Lineville by taking a right where the pavement up to Mt. Cheaha starts.

Lineville Merchants Association Heritage Day Festival - Sweet Home Alabama

And the pictures are of Nubbin Creek Trail same day just North of Mt. Cheaha. Nice easy hike with some water falls at 0.75 mile and another at 1.0 mile.
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From the Jeep trail section overloooking Stoney Lonesome Base Camp today in the distance. The rhinos go to their watering hole about 2:00 so the trails open up for the Jeeps late in the afternoon. I saw you big dark beautiful Wranglers heading West past Dodge City today at 3:30!
Hey man! I was just there last Saturday Sept 1st!! It rained alllll day. Got a chance to try out my new Hankook Dynapro MT's. They exceeded my expectations! Two TJ's got stuck but I trucked right on by. The park workers had to pull them out with a bull dozer as I don't have any tow gear. Otherwise I would have pulled them out myself.

I'll definately be there again sometime in October and November during the Octoberfest time. Let me know when you go again!

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