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01-24-2012 08:25 AM
Colo-TJ
01-23-2012 07:25 PM
MTtincup Great glad I could help! I like you pictures.....told you the scenery was awesome.
01-23-2012 10:12 AM
Hidrorayo We did Goose Creek Road.

It was a good trail and beautiful scenery.

Thanks Guys

China Wall is next.

Here is the link to the thread I did in the JK section:

First-of-many-trail-runs-to-come-pics-inside
01-21-2012 12:17 AM
K.Wyman
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Originally Posted by Owen_TJ
China Wall is a nice winter trail (discussed in the thread right below this one)...some of the others are going to be way too dangerous to do in the winter. Slaughterhouse Gulch is another nice winter trail but its currently impossible to make at the moment. I did it all the way through 2 weeks ago then went back to it last week and could only do a 1/3 of it because of the ice.

Heres a site that'll help you out and keep you busy though...

TrailDamage.com - All Trails
Love it! That WILL keep me busy.
01-20-2012 05:51 PM
MTtincup I did the goose creek rd/trl today. It is very easy w/high range. It's about 20 miles all the way through. Take the road that goes to Cheeseman resv. at the top turn right and then the next right FS 211. Goes through the Hayman fire. Comes out just north of Lake George on the Terryall Lake road. If you turn left you hit Hwy 24 in a short distance. If you go right you hit Hwy 285 at Jefferson (20 miles). Spectacular country take your camera.
01-20-2012 02:08 PM
Owen_TJ China Wall is a nice winter trail (discussed in the thread right below this one)...some of the others are going to be way too dangerous to do in the winter. Slaughterhouse Gulch is another nice winter trail but its currently impossible to make at the moment. I did it all the way through 2 weeks ago then went back to it last week and could only do a 1/3 of it because of the ice.

Heres a site that'll help you out and keep you busy though...

TrailDamage.com - All Trails
01-20-2012 12:31 PM
Hidrorayo
Any Trails you guys would recommend?? **Newb**

Hey guys I have a 2012 Rubicon I'm looking to go on some trails on Sunday.

My brother will we coming with me.

He has a TJ w/ a 4" lift and we both have winches.

I don't have much off road experience so I would like to start small then do harder trails as time unfolds.

Where would you guys recommend?

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