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Old 10-08-2011, 01:43 PM   #1
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Today it is beautiful out so i took my top off and went for a ride. I was going west on 165 and I saw a tacoma going into the Pachaug Trail. I have hiked on the trail before but I am new to owning a jeep and was wondering if anyone knows if that trail is jeep friendly. I don't want to be driving where I don't belong. If you know if that trail is legal or know any others in eastern CT or in RI please let me know.

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Old 10-20-2011, 01:19 PM   #2
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Today it is beautiful out so i took my top off and went for a ride. I was going west on 165 and I saw a tacoma going into the Pachaug Trail. I have hiked on the trail before but I am new to owning a jeep and was wondering if anyone knows if that trail is jeep friendly. I don't want to be driving where I don't belong. If you know if that trail is legal or know any others in eastern CT or in RI please let me know.
Sounds like your were around CT 165/49 intersection just up from the Gas station. I was out there last weekend and there are several trails there that are OK to be on. Depending on where you go on lots of muddy water and down trees...lots of fun.

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Sounds like your were around CT 165/49 intersection just up from the Gas station. I was out there last weekend and there are several trails there that are OK to be on. Depending on where you go on lots of muddy water and down trees...lots of fun.
Yes sir. Thats exactly where i was. Right down the street from chuckies gas station. I live right over the border in Exeter RI. Do u have any idea how deep the mud is or if there are any hidden rocks? I have only gone back there alone so far and a backed all the way out when I got to the mud since I didnt wanna get stuck by myself.
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they call it flat rock.
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Old 10-23-2011, 08:38 AM   #5
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Yes sir. Thats exactly where i was. Right down the street from chuckies gas station. I live right over the border in Exeter RI. Do u have any idea how deep the mud is or if there are any hidden rocks? I have only gone back there alone so far and a backed all the way out when I got to the mud since I didnt wanna get stuck by myself.
I know this goes without saying, but it's never a good idea to go out by yourself. With that being said, the deepest hole we hit was over the hood of the Ford Escape (appx 3'+). Didn't think that young man was going to make it the first time much less the second.
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