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Old 02-01-2015, 08:34 PM
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Trails in upstate SC?

Any good places to do some moderate wheeling in or around Greenville. I'm not looking to rock crawl, just do some moderate trails and the like.

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I live in Greenville also. You are going to have to go towards Jocassee Gorges or Persimmon Ridge. Those are graveled roads. Anything else around here is posted or belongs to the utility companies. I heard of some people getting their tales handed to them by the local police. Good luck!

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I drove Horsepasture starting in Rocky Bottom this weekend. Any other good trails?
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I drove Horsepasture starting in Rocky Bottom this weekend. Any other good trails?
I did Horse Pasture Rd about a month ago. Took about 45 minutes on the trail to reach Jumping off Rock
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If you drive north into NC, west of Asheville, off rout 40 is Hurricane Creek Trail. Nice trail ride.
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