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wdfrider 04-30-2013 07:59 PM

Offroading in North Georgia
 
School gets out in a few weeks and I really want to do some offroading this summer. Looking for people in North Georgia who would like to come along! I'm NOT an expert by any means (I don't have a winch or aftermarket bumper, although I plan on getting them this summer), I've only been offroad a few times. And I'm NOT looking to beat the crap out of my jeep and roll it over rocks or anything... I'm fine with just offroad trails with occasional mud. I've heard a lot about a place called Sheeps Wallow in Dahlonega and they say it ranges from easy to difficult, so there's stuff for everyone. I would love to check it out sometime.

Write a post if your interested and we'll get something together for this summer!

JeepNoob2013 05-29-2013 11:34 AM

I'm up for it. I'm pretty much in the same boat you are...not much experience and don't want to murder my ride.

Brickonaskate 05-29-2013 12:35 PM

I'm in McDonough a little south of Atlanta and would be interested in going with you I have an 82 cj7 +3 suspension 32's. I've got a pretty good bit of experience off road and could take you to some pretty good and not very talked about spots around McDonough if you're interested

JeepNoob2013 05-29-2013 02:51 PM

I'm in McDonough too.

Austin0912 06-28-2013 01:01 AM

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Originally Posted by wdfrider (Post 3703302)
School gets out in a few weeks and I really want to do some offroading this summer. Looking for people in North Georgia who would like to come along! I'm NOT an expert by any means (I don't have a winch or aftermarket bumper, although I plan on getting them this summer), I've only been offroad a few times. And I'm NOT looking to beat the crap out of my jeep and roll it over rocks or anything... I'm fine with just offroad trails with occasional mud. I've heard a lot about a place called Sheeps Wallow in Dahlonega and they say it ranges from easy to difficult, so there's stuff for everyone. I would love to check it out sometime.

Write a post if your interested and we'll get something together for this summer!

If you haven't been I'm in rome Georgia! Pm me if you wanna.


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