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06-30-2011 10:07 PM
KRAMMIT
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Originally Posted by msllarson2 View Post
I've started a simple google map with some of the trails I mentioned above.
Utah County Offroad Trails - Google Maps
Add your trails that you know of in Utah County and elsewhere if you would like! (Utah County was just a good place to start for me.)
cool map how do i add lines?
06-28-2011 05:28 AM
msllarson2 I've started a simple google map with some of the trails I mentioned above.
http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?authu...2c925a1d0fcf73
Add your trails that you know of in Utah County and elsewhere if you would like! (Utah County was just a good place to start for me.)
06-28-2011 05:01 AM
msllarson2 Southern Provo has some fun little trails up on the bench... nothing technical. There's an entrance located at 40.224286,-111.629614 . There are some serious mud puddles south along this trail as well.
Then there is also Squaw Peak Trail in the Provo Area...also less than technical
05-12-2011 08:19 AM
KRAMMIT Dang... oh well, I guess we will just have to wait for the gates to open up AF canyon.
05-08-2011 01:31 PM
DerekM Meh mud doesn't appeal to me at all. I can't find any other ones that are close by.
05-08-2011 01:48 AM
Sherpa
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Originally Posted by DerekM View Post
I heard something about corner canyon in draper?? I don't know if it's anything good though.
There used to be some stuff to do between Alpine and Draper; there were trails all over the mountains between the two towns. One well-known spot was called Hog's Hollow and was a favorite mud hole (if that's your idea of Jeeping, anyway). Not any real rock crawling, but lots of steep hills.

Now pretty much all of it is closed to motorized access.
05-07-2011 09:41 PM
DerekM
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Originally Posted by KRAMMIT

Sounds like a good map! I cant wait to meet up and go!
as for LM, I had to pass unfortunately... last week in Moab i blew my upper seal on my steering box. I gotta fix it before i go put stress on it.
Better play Jeeps again!! I tried looking but nothing is close. I heard something about corner canyon in draper?? I don't know if it's anything good though.
05-07-2011 06:27 PM
KRAMMIT
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Have you checked over at RME4x4? I know they have a lot of coordinates of different trails.
I looked, but only for a few minutes... have you found any thing new?
05-07-2011 06:26 PM
KRAMMIT
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Originally Posted by Sherpa View Post
Someday when we meet, I'll show you the sweet map I have of AF canyon. It has coverage all the way over to Midway, so it is great for knowing where to go to criss cross the mountains. It won't exactly be rock crawling, but it is quiet and very scenic.

So, are you coming out to LM with us tomorrow?
Sounds like a good map! I cant wait to meet up and go!
as for LM, I had to pass unfortunately... last week in Moab i blew my upper seal on my steering box. I gotta fix it before i go put stress on it.
05-05-2011 04:21 PM
DerekM AF Canyon not open until June!!? Ridiculous. Have you checked over at RME4x4? I know they have a lot of coordinates of different trails.
05-05-2011 02:43 PM
Sherpa Someday when we meet, I'll show you the sweet map I have of AF canyon. It has coverage all the way over to Midway, so it is great for knowing where to go to criss cross the mountains. It won't exactly be rock crawling, but it is quiet and very scenic.

So, are you coming out to LM with us tomorrow?
05-05-2011 11:19 AM
KRAMMIT
local trails?

Ok, I am dying to go jeeping, but I'm wanting some variety. I'm in Utah County and need to know if I am missing out on some trails I don't know about...

If you guys know of any other than my list please let me know!

trails I know:
(west of Utah Lake)
-Rattlesnake
-Constrictor
-Little Moab
(up AF Canyon)
-Mary Ellen's Gulch
-Forest Lake
-Silver Lake Flats
-Mineral Basin

I know the gates up AF canyon are still closed. I actually just got off the phone with the Pleasant Grove Ranger Station and they informed me that they won't be open till early-mid June. LAME

Please help me out if you are hiding some info!

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