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Old 03-22-2017, 04:47 AM
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Trails near Murphy, NC

Renting a cabin in Murphy for a spring break vacation with the wife and kids. We are from the Chicago area and will be staying for 4 days. Was wondering if there were any decent trails within a reasonable distance that I should check out while we're staying here. Nothing too aggressive as I have to drive 10 hours or so back home.

If it matters, I have a JKU with a performance leveling kit and 305/70/16 KO2S. No winch or extra armor.

Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Thanks

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Hurricane Creek Trail is about 2.5 hours north.
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Never mind, it is closed.
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Check out Smoky Mountain Jeep Club or Jeepism.com. They both have rides almost every weekend, and their sites may be a source of some trail ideas.
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Thanks for the suggestions guys. It appears that I am coming to this area too early. Most of the trails appear to be closed for the winter and don't reopen until April and May
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