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post #41 of 46 (permalink) Old 04-08-2012, 07:43 PM
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Ziggy - we should talk. I'm putting together a 225-mile run from Ridgecrest to Vegas for March '13. We're going to run along the Panamint Range area, including Ballarat, Goler Canyon (Manson Family hideout), Warm Springs Canyon, up the West Side Road in DVNP, through Furnace Creek, over toward Mt. Stirling, then head into Vegas from there. You've obviously driven the area, if not the same route, before so I'd like to pick your brain.
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Speedy - Been to Manson's place numerous times and run every trail in the Panamint range that I know of. I've gone into Death Valley beyond Manson's as far as Geologist Cabin, if you want to PM me with your questions and I'll answer them the best I can.

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Not sure if this has been posted before but here is a link to everything in dealing with Big Bear.

http://www.fs.fed.us/r5/sanbernardino/recreation/ohv/

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[quote=J-Roc;61782]That list isn't complete! Where's Azusa Canyon??? Thats the best mudbog in So. CA!!!!

Azusa is good times. Got some great memories of mudding in my dads CJ as a kid there. Looking forward to getting the bronco up there soon.
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Not sure if this has been posted before but here is a link to everything in dealing with Big Bear.

San Bernardino National Forest - Home
Here is an updated link.

San Bernardino National Forest - Lake Arrowhead - Green Valley Lake Recreation Area

What is the difference between OHV Trail vs OHV Road?

EDIT: Trail is for bikes and ATVs and Road is wide enough for trucks.

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