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    Newbie lifted-d's Avatar
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    Re: Rough camping on HWY 752 about 5 km past where pavement ends.

    most/many of the trails at baseline are maintained by the Baseline DH mountain bike club out of rocky mtn. they are all marked and single track skinny, but If your up there please keep off the skinny trails. there is a core group that spend hundreds of hours a year building, sculpting features that will get blown out by a quad in an instant. the Prairie creek offroadrecarea is right there and good for machines.



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    Re: Rough camping on HWY 752 about 5 km past where pavement ends.

    Trail into the falls is closed from both directions. They ripped up he trail and posted it.

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    Re: Rough camping on HWY 752 about 5 km past where pavement ends.

    Real crappy for the people who wanted to visit the falls and the plates bolted to the rocks there. Those meant a lot to some people







  4. #34
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    Re: Rough camping on HWY 752 about 5 km past where pavement ends.

    I am also trying to find a new spot to check out camping. Always did the rig street and burntstick, but never went further west to the tuck road. Anyone know any good places for quading and just in general to bring my family too?

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