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09-10-2011 05:49 PM
Garner jeep jam on aetna mtn sunday
03-28-2011 06:01 PM
scgeek12 dont remember the name of the trail, we got it out tho took me, one of the park rangers V10 triton F150s, and 2 ATV's with winches to get him out lol, it just got back from the dealer getting a new engine / interior (about 12" of water came out when we got the door open lol)
03-28-2011 04:02 PM
Tim09JKXSport I was at Prentice Cooper all last weekend. Going again next weekend too. What road is the Commander stuck on?
03-28-2011 08:17 AM
scgeek12 heres a few pics from prentice cooper, (yes the commander is a bit stuck lol, we went after about 6" of rain, bad idea)




03-28-2011 07:59 AM
scgeek12 not sure where in chattanooga you are but over by signal mountain there is prentice cooper state park, somewhere around 200 miles of trails at the park, ive only been on 1 trail and it was really fun, they have everything from atv - hardcore rock climbing trails though.
Prentice Cooper State Forest thats alink to it, think it has a map on there somewhere
11-08-2010 08:51 PM
Garner
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Originally Posted by fourbangin View Post
white side is still open, WErock is a waste of money unless you like to camp. Garner were you up there this last weekend for the jeep rally? and can you provide more info about the ride on the 20th
i was up there but was on dritbikes didnt know there was haven a jeep rally till i was there! they was alot to! i dont know the detail but i am pretty sure everyone going threw werock side open weeken or something like that i will try to find out more i think me and the fam going to camp at the peanutbutter hole
11-08-2010 12:48 PM
fourbangin white side is still open, WErock is a waste of money unless you like to camp. Garner were you up there this last weekend for the jeep rally? and can you provide more info about the ride on the 20th
11-08-2010 08:58 AM
Garner we went and rode up at aetna and there going to have big ride weeken of the 20th
11-04-2010 08:46 PM
Garner
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Originally Posted by Ageless Stranger View Post
Is Windrock and Coal Creek the same place? I've been to Coal Creek a few years ago with fourwheelers. It was a blast! I've heard of Windrock before but never asked where it was.
i am not sure where coal creek is but you have to pay $200 a year for a key to go threw werock
11-04-2010 08:44 PM
Garner
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Originally Posted by zwest View Post
Is the white side still open?
yes i talk to few deer hunters and they said they dont care if we use the road just dont trash it up
11-04-2010 03:10 AM
Ageless Stranger
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Originally Posted by fourbangin View Post
winrock/coal creek ohv in knox. and aetna mtn over by black creek subdivison, chattanooga
Is Windrock and Coal Creek the same place? I've been to Coal Creek a few years ago with fourwheelers. It was a blast! I've heard of Windrock before but never asked where it was.
11-04-2010 02:28 AM
zwest Is the white side still open?
11-03-2010 05:54 PM
Garner
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Originally Posted by CUOFFRDGA View Post
Man it's been a few years since I was at aetna had a blast watching them climb the rocks at the powerlines.

I would like to take our club up sometime.
Anybody got any information on it? (trail maps, access points, etc.?)
i go there alot if you park at the bottom you have to stay out of the work area you can see where to park that on the tif side if you go up on white side park at the grave yard close to the wall if you going to drive have fun lol let me know when yall go id like to go to
10-27-2010 07:38 AM
CUOFFRDGA Man it's been a few years since I was at aetna had a blast watching them climb the rocks at the powerlines.

I would like to take our club up sometime.
Anybody got any information on it? (trail maps, access points, etc.?)
10-23-2010 03:23 AM
cpainter56 Cherokee national forest, and cohutta wilderness in north ga. Not really orv trails, but good mountainous gravel roads.
10-23-2010 01:27 AM
zwest
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Originally Posted by fourbangin
winrock/coal creek ohv in knox. and aetna mtn over by black creek subdivison, chattanooga
Thanks, I have been to aetna mountain, but it's been years. I thought it was closed to the public?
10-22-2010 12:45 PM
fourbangin winrock/coal creek ohv in knox. and aetna mtn over by black creek subdivison, chattanooga
08-07-2010 12:54 AM
zwest
Chattanooga trails

Looking for a place that isn't too rough so I can introduce my 10 year old daughter to this great hobby.

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