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Old 06-14-2013, 11:23 AM   #1
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Signal Peak trailing. Anyone?

Signal Peak is near the Truckee area in northern California, 11 miles long. I want to do some trailing in June/July. Anyone interested?

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Old 06-15-2013, 08:38 AM   #2
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That would be fun. I've been up there before. I'll have to find some pix. I can't go till mid July tho.

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Old 06-15-2013, 11:48 PM   #3
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That would be fun. I've been up there before. I'll have to find some pix. I can't go till mid July tho.
That's fine with me. I can wait until I can find someone to go with for sure. I think trailing by myself is a bit dangerous, don't you think?
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Hi name is Mario I live in Elk Grove and would like to do that trip email me at aguirres3065@yahoo.com thanks!
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That's fine with me. I can wait until I can find someone to go with for sure. I think trailing by myself is a bit dangerous, don't you think?
I agree, but depending on which side you are going up/down, it's an easy trail.
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Hi name is Mario I live in Elk Grove and would like to do that trip email me at aguirres3065@yahoo.com thanks!
I'm just north of you in vintage Park.
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Old 06-17-2013, 07:59 PM   #7
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I was just looking at my calendar, Aug 3 looks best for me for Saturdays, Sundays might be better. ucdzombie, have you been to Signal Peak before? I found some pretty good info on it here: Signal Peak
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I was just looking at my calendar, Aug 3 looks best for me for Saturdays, Sundays might be better. ucdzombie, have you been to Signal Peak before? I found some pretty good info on it here: Signal Peak
So shall we wait until Aug 4th? Mario can't go this Sunday so I can't go either.
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I still need tires, I'm prob out till Sept.
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Signal Peak Trail

Went up trail on backside yesterday from Eagle Lake / Fordyce trailhead parking area. There is one tricky area, but stock rig can make it with spotter. Had 4 rigs (2 TJ's, 1 Zuk, & 1 Unimog). The Mog was interesting at times, but made it. A smoky day from forest fires, but still fun.
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Sounds like fun. any pix?
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Signal Peak Pix

Can't seem to post pix. PM me your email, and will send you some.
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Can't seem to post pix. PM me your email, and will send you some.
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