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04-08-2013 01:45 PM
goose39 thinking about going to check that out this week... is it open year round or closed til May 1st?
06-20-2010 03:51 PM
VVCG33
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Originally Posted by Ronin View Post
Thanks! I am in Burlington. I'm gonna gps the road! Now does the road end when it becomes a stream or do you have to cross the stream to continue on the road?
Let me know if you find any other good trails for stock jeeps around the Starksboro/Burlington area
06-18-2010 09:37 PM
VVCG33 its kind of weird. i've been on it multiple times, and theres has always been water running down it. Its like driving in a small stream. Nonetheless it is very fun and comes out near Rt. 17. Very rocky let me warn you, but no problem for a Jeep! Let me know how it goes!
06-18-2010 03:57 AM
Ronin Thanks! I am in Burlington. I'm gonna gps the road! Now does the road end when it becomes a stream or do you have to cross the stream to continue on the road?
06-17-2010 11:11 AM
VVCG33 theres a lot of good spots in Starksboro. Not sure were you are, but Brown Hill Road is awesome. Lots of mud, and it eventually turns into a small stream. Not hard at all for a stock jeep. About a 45 minute to an hour ride, but tons of fun
06-01-2010 09:21 AM
Ronin
Spots in Vermont?

I bought my first wrangler last year. Its a 09 JK and still stock I have not been able to get an idea of what it can do other than getting my up a ski resort road in a bunch of snow passing SUV's and trucks that were stuck on the road! I did a quick google on class 4 roads. I am wondering if there are any good roads that I can drive on with it still stock?

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