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10-09-2013 11:01 PM
Justin04Lj No problem. Post up when you're going and there'll most likely be a couple to a bunch of members that may join you.
10-09-2013 10:41 PM
ColoradoTJ
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Saran wrap amd eagle rock are good ones. The gulches, moab hill (illinois gulch) liberty and patriot which are pretty much buggy trails.
Awesome. Thanks I'll have to check them out
10-09-2013 08:32 PM
BreckenridgeYJ
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Saran wrap amd eagle rock are good ones. The gulches, moab hill (illinois gulch) liberty and patriot which are pretty much buggy trails.
Good call Justin! Saran Wrap and Eagle Rock both look fun.... And on 33's locked front and rear if he's a good driver liberty would be fine but I wouldn't venture that one alone..... Just wouldn't try Independence or Patriot. There would be a chance of breakage and definitely need rocker protection.
10-09-2013 04:50 PM
Justin04Lj Saran wrap amd eagle rock are good ones. The gulches, moab hill (illinois gulch) liberty and patriot which are pretty much buggy trails.
10-09-2013 04:43 PM
ColoradoTJ I have 5 total inches of lift. 33's. Front and rear lockers. Winch and hi-lift. I'm looking for something more challenging but something I can do in one day so close to the springs. I've looked on trail damage but I was just curious what the good ones are.
10-09-2013 01:09 PM
Justin04Lj I know of quite a few. Just depends on if you want rock crawling or a dirt road.
10-09-2013 12:22 PM
Owen_TJ there are tons of trails near you...as breck mentioned, look at traildamage.com and go by our county.
10-09-2013 01:45 AM
BreckenridgeYJ Tell us about your jeep. Lockers? Tire size? Winch? What kind of trail are you looking for? Scenic or difficult? What trails have you run? You can look at traildamage.com they have the vast majority of the trails listed and identify what county they are located in. With some more specifics we can make suggestions better suited to your desires.
10-09-2013 12:03 AM
ColoradoTJ
Trails near CO Springs?

Does anyone know of any fun trails in the Colorado Springs area?

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