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Old 04-28-2013, 09:32 PM   #1
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Gold Mountain trail is a pretty easy trip. Video

We did this trail and even though Dave and I are learning to off road with some pretty good old timers you could do this Open/open on 31 or 33 inch tires.

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Great footage. While I was on you tube watched your John Bull trip too. Good stuff.

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Thanks I'm learning to do both. Wheel and video.
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Charles Wells' trail guide says Gold Mountain is "Difficult". I've only been wheelin' for a year or so, and I was wondering, where does this trail get "Difficult"?
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Old 04-29-2013, 04:40 PM   #5
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It really dosen't unless you pick some of the hard lines in a few places. We didn't use them as we were headed to John Bull. But there are a couple of places you could have some fun on. But basically it's a nice lifted 2wd trail.
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