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11-29-2011 10:22 AM
JeepAddOns-Chris Red River Gorge area, plenty of wheeling. You'll see it referred to locally as Slade. There is everything from mild to wild there. However, no maps of the trails and nothing is marked, thus is a very good idea to have someone that knows the area. There's multiple entrances to wheeling spots as well.

That said, it is some of the best wheeling and most beautiful scenery in the state.
11-22-2011 07:59 PM
rockjock41 Any wheeling in daniel boons?
11-14-2011 12:53 AM
rockjock41
Natural Bridge?

I am in the planning stages of a trip to visit the great bluegrass state. Looking into Natural Bridge state park. I have seen there is wheeling there, but wondering how much and how hard. Any info would be great.

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