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raidergunner 05-06-2008 02:48 PM

Where are some more good trails?
 
:firedevil: I've found some good trails here in Montana and Wyoming but I'd like to here where some others are. If you don't mind sharing? If not just saying hello!!!:punk:
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98TJSahara 08-19-2008 07:55 PM

Hey I just wanted to say hello. I just came back from MT. was out there for 2 weeks. My 1st time out west. What a perfect place to start!! My bro lives in East Glacier and sis lives in Laramie WY. I have to say I never seen so many sweet Jeeps in my life (Whitefish, Kalispell, Glacier Missuola areas). U guys know how to have fun the right way out there. Dont know of any trails though. I would check 4 wheeler trails I noticed a ton of them that seemed plently wide enough for u. Happy wheelin brother!!

PolarBZ 07-03-2009 11:35 AM

I'm only in the Missoula area, so I only know about some of the trails up Blue Mountain and back around to Deer Lodge/Creek area. I'm kinda disappointed by the lack of nearby trails here in Montana. I hear there are some good ones by Phillipsburg.

seanringer 10-01-2009 09:55 PM

whitefish
 
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Originally Posted by 98TJSahara (Post 256949)
Hey I just wanted to say hello. I just came back from MT. was out there for 2 weeks. My 1st time out west. What a perfect place to start!! My bro lives in East Glacier and sis lives in Laramie WY. I have to say I never seen so many sweet Jeeps in my life (Whitefish, Kalispell, Glacier Missuola areas). U guys know how to have fun the right way out there. Dont know of any trails though. I would check 4 wheeler trails I noticed a ton of them that seemed plently wide enough for u. Happy wheelin brother!!

hey i live in whitefish and the jeeps out here are sick...we sure do know how to have a good time.

just thought id add my 2 cents worth

drfd74TJ 02-01-2010 01:09 AM

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Originally Posted by raidergunner (Post 226405)
:firedevil: I've found some good trails here in Montana and Wyoming but I'd like to here where some others are. If you don't mind sharing? If not just saying hello!!!:punk:
http://i91.photobucket.com/albums/k3...r/P1000629.jpg

If you really want to catch the 4 wheelin bug try a trip to the Colorado San Juan Mtns. area, in Ouray & Silverton and other surrounding towns they have Jeep wranglers that you can rent.It's a big part of their summer source of tourist income in that area or best of all drive or haul out your own rig.
I have visited Colo. several times on vac. over the years & I haven't run across any thing close to home here in MT like it.
Of course that's just my opinion.
I live in Darby,MT (Bitterroot Valley) and I'm re-locating to that part of Colorado as soon as I can sell my place here.
Got my TJ & my wife's got her a KJ Liberty and were ready to play.
Sick & tired of all the "T_ _e Huggers" and road closures around here.
Total MT burnout! Ready for a change. drfd74TJ
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Montanagirl 02-18-2011 12:20 PM

Wild Bill/Blactail OHV trail (named one of BFG Outstanding Trails) near Kalispell/Lakeside. Big Sky 4 Wheelers of Kalispell and Skyliners Club out of Polson maintain the trail. Lots of fun obstacles (with go-arounds) if you need to bypass.

YAHAHA 02-18-2011 12:29 PM

I was going to move to Montana soon and raise a crop of dental floss. But I heard it was too cold for bee-keeping. So I'll not be moving.

Montanagirl 02-18-2011 12:38 PM

We do grow some good dental floss. . . but not in winter
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YAHAHA 03-01-2011 08:57 AM

Man-o-man-o-man-o-man... does that look like FUN!!!


That white CJ reminds me of the one my friend had way back in college. I remember scraping ice off the inside of the windshield while he was driving so he could see! He traded it in for a Bronco II thinking it was an upgrade because the doors sealed & the defroster worked!

Dirty Palms 07-20-2011 11:27 AM

Hi, I live in the Bozeman area of MT and there are some good trails if you take the logging road called Flathead pass or go up the old mining road of Johnson canyon. I have a stock TJ except for the 33" tires that the block of metal rolls on and I can get everywhere in the summer time. Check 'em out! Also Pipestone (aka the ringing rocks) is a decent place. All these are for the beginner. Easy to ride, easy to learn.

HAMMER1DOWN 07-23-2011 08:46 AM

Hey Ya'll! I am up by the Border on I-15 in a little town called Sunburst. We got some easy stuff, but can carve yer own route and get some rock krwalin in about 15 or so miles from where I live, lots of open prarie, and tons of hills to climb.... Can't wait to get back there and hit it up! only 24 more days!!!!:dance:

kenzie3131 09-21-2011 10:42 PM

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Is that Jim's Chevy Tracker? He's the president of the U4WDA.. I wheeled with him back in July at the Montana Divide Ride this year..


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