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Old 11-28-2012, 12:28 PM   #1
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SoCal Trails??

anyone know of some trails in so cal that are easy/ intermediate level. thanks

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Old 11-28-2012, 12:43 PM   #2
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Try posting this in the local section to you here on the boards. I'm sure you'll find lots of jeepers nearby.

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Depends on how your rig is set up and what you would consider moderate
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What exactly is "local" to you?
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What exactly is "local" to you?
Add your location to your profile so we know what 'local' means.

Try Cleghorn in the Silverwood area. Gold Mountain and Jacoby in Big Bear. Gold mtn is easier than Cleghorn.
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Old 11-28-2012, 05:06 PM   #7
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Welcome.
Fire roads are all easy. Just make sure they're open- they close this time of year.
Cleghorn has bypasses for everything- but you don't always know you're on a tough section until you're on it. If in doubt- walk it first- or take the bypass around for a look see. There are a ton of Cleghorns runs posted here- just search "Cleghorn" for pics and video. There are some sections that are not easy and you might do some underbody scraping. Pinstriping is probable.
Gold Mountain is easy aside from two sections.
There is an easy run coming up on the 15th in Big Bear.
It isn't the best time of year- otherwise there is a run almost every other week. SoCal is a very active Jeep community- runs come up all the time so keep checking....
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What exactly is "local" to you?
This would be a huge benefit to know where you live and what you are looking for.

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