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post #21 of 46 (permalink) Old 06-12-2006, 01:55 AM
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Yah I live in los altos in the bay area hollister hills are pretty good if your looking for mud and some hills...anybody know any other places in the bay area?
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Yah I live in los altos in the bay area hollister hills are pretty good if your looking for mud and some hills...anybody know any other places in the bay area?



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hey have u ever been to the high lakes up in the moutains up around butte meadows not sure of any sandy places but the high lakes and that area is a fun place to wheel
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hey have u ever been to the high lakes up in the moutains up around butte meadows not sure of any sandy places but the high lakes and that area is a fun place to wheel
I've tried to find the high lakes in the bronco but I gave up and eventually found it on the quad after FOREVER on that fireroad! I have yet to wheel it with the bronco but I want to try to hit it sometime soon before the deep snow hits.... if I can afford it!


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The high lakes are sick, that is my back yard living here in Paradise (chico area). You just need to know where your going to find the sweet trails. The snow wheeling is coming up in a hurry with this new storm on the front. So air down and let me know if you want to meet up. I run with a local club that goes up every 2-3 weeks for high lake runs.

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Hey all.. With all the talking of exploring roads/trails in the mountians. I thought it would be a good idea for me to post up the resource I've been using to look at trails.

These are all free to view online. Also the maps can be purchased at a Ranger station for under $10


http://www.fs.fed.us/r5/forestvisitormaps/

Tim.. Thanks for lettting me know about this thread.. Don't know why I've never seen it..

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Hey all.. With all the talking of exploring roads/trails in the mountians. I thought it would be a good idea for me to post up the resource I've been using to look at trails.

These are all free to view online. Also the maps can be purchased at a Ranger station for under $10


http://www.fs.fed.us/r5/forestvisitormaps/

Tim.. Thanks for lettting me know about this thread.. Don't know why I've never seen it..
thats the problem with "stickies"...even know they stay on top...most people dont spot them....

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Would be better if stickies could stay "bold"

Also for everyones info the link I posted is good for maps of all of California's forests.

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Can I go from the 5 to the 15 or the other way around! On trails through the san Gabriel mountains?
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Nope, there was a trail from the 2 to Azusa (Rincon Redbox road) but its closed. From there you can take Glendora ridge road to Baldy but I think its paved all the way now. From Baldy you would have to go down to the freeway to get to the 15.

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anyone know where some good places to go muddin
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Check this forum frequently. You'll see guys heading to ACORA all the time. Beyond that, it's pretty seasonal.
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No. Check out the "what's going on at THE SHOP" thread on the West Coast Forum. Look at the last ten pages or so... you'll see who goes and when if you subscribe to that thread.
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Check this forum frequently. You'll see guys heading to ACORA all the time. Beyond that, it's pretty seasonal.
You mean AZUSA. And you pay 8 bucks to get in.

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anyone know where some good places to go muddin
do i.. if you up for the drive come down to azusa.. im sure people wouldnt mind tagging along
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You mean AZUSA.
Of course I do! Any idiot can plainly see that I said... oh... what?

Azusa.
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Not really state owned property but I like the Big Bear area, plenty of campgrounds, hotel/motels, restaurants, trails go from mild to wild.

Panamint Mtns. is my favorite place to head out to, be ready for some rough trails, make sure you bring extra gas, last time I went nearest town was out of gas. It's a little on the primitive side unless you know where to go. Nice and quiet and you can shoot if your not in Death Valley National Park.

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