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09-17-2012 03:31 PM
Radcon Yo I just moved to Rochester from South Carolina and can't find any trails either. Anybody have something besides Whispering Pines?
08-06-2012 05:27 PM
C.L. Can't help you wheeling in the area, as i bought my Jeep after graduating, but i thought i'd offer my condolences to the death of your social life. If this is your first year there:

1.) Get used to bricks
2.) Steer clear of Gracie's
3.) Bring a jacket to class with you between the months of September and June. Even if it's 75° and sunny on your way to class, there's a 50% chance of finding a foot of snow on the ground when you leave...
08-06-2012 05:05 PM
terpsmandan Twisted Toys 4 X 4 Club We have some land outside of Corning.
04-21-2012 08:51 AM
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Originally Posted by pnemdwkid1 View Post
Hey y'all I am currently a student at RIT and was looking for some places to take my jeep that are close by. I dont want to have to drive 4 hours everytime I want to get the tires a little muddy. Can anybody help?
http://whisperingpineshideaway.com

Their website kinda sucks but the trails aren't bad. From RIT, it's about an hour drive. $35 for driver/vehicle and $7 for passenger.
04-13-2012 12:36 PM
pnemdwkid1
Rochester Area

Hey y'all I am currently a student at RIT and was looking for some places to take my jeep that are close by. I dont want to have to drive 4 hours everytime I want to get the tires a little muddy. Can anybody help?

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