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post #1 of 20 Old March 10th, 2017, 03:06 PM Thread Starter
 
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Going up the last week in March (24-26). Was wanting to know if anyone is going to be their then. Finally bought another rzr and I got the ride command xp 1k and dying to put miles on it. Only problem is its been 8 years since I've been up and I don't remember it that much. We will be staying at the Wagon Wheel or Ashland Resort. I don't think Ill be hitting the HM trails just yet.
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Going up the last week in March (24-26). Was wanting to know if anyone is going to be their then. Finally bought another rzr and I got the ride command xp 1k and dying to put miles on it. Only problem is its been 8 years since I've been up and I don't remember it that much. We will be staying at the Wagon Wheel or Ashland Resort. I don't think Ill be hitting the HM trails just yet.


You are a week too late! I'll be there the 17-21


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We will be there the 23-26 but riding Rockhouse.
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Heading down there the 31st coming from ri never been before hopefully its worth the ride
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We will be there the 23-26 but riding Rockhouse.


Will he on Rockhouse when I am there too. Staying in Gilbert


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How is rockhouse and also just asking wise, if riding the HM is there just zero tolerance for alcohol or you just can't be drunk and stupid? I've never risen them just heard stories.
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The connector trail with Rockhouse and buffalo mt. Is a blast. I like both those trail systems.

As far as booze, they have rangers but I've never been checked, but heard about them checking coolers and dumping out beer. I guess they yank your permit too. Not sure it's worth taking beers with ya, I usually don't.
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10 4 on that. Yeh I don't want any trouble. I might by a pass then and try it out. I just don't want bunny trails only. I liked Un grommed trails also. They always have something new
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Just ride the black diamond trails and hold on


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We have been maybe 30 times the last 5 years or so. We always wear helmets and have passes and always have beverages in the cooler. We do not have beverages while riding down the trail but during stops we do. We always pack our empties out also. We have never had our boxes or coolers checked, but all our coolers are out of sight inside the boxes. We have actually been checked for visible passes on the helmets two times. Don't act like a fool on the trails and you should be good

As far as the trails, the different systems have something for everyone. Fast and sweeping, tight and technical, muddy, rocky, etc. most of the ratings are close (green, blue, black etc) but blacks at Rock house and Buffalo mtn generally more difficult than other system's black trails. Red and black's can be downright impossible given runoffs and ruts etc. outlaw trails are everywhere and are fun...anything goes out there so be prepared and highly recommend going with someone who knows the trails and or get a gps with bobT maps


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We have been maybe 30 times the last 5 years or so. We always wear helmets and have passes and always have beverages in the cooler. We do not have beverages while riding down the trail but during stops we do. We always pack our empties out also. We have never had our boxes or coolers checked, but all our coolers are out of sight inside the boxes. We have actually been checked for visible passes on the helmets two times. Don't act like a fool on the trails and you should be good

As far as the trails, the different systems have something for everyone. Fast and sweeping, tight and technical, muddy, rocky, etc. most of the ratings are close (green, blue, black etc) but blacks at Rock house and Buffalo mtn generally more difficult than other system's black trails. Red and black's can be downright impossible given runoffs and ruts etc. outlaw trails are everywhere and are fun...anything goes out there so be prepared and highly recommend going with someone who knows the trails and or get a gps with bobT maps


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I really appreciate the advise and info. HM might be OK then. That's all we do is a drink every thirty minutes or hour.. and ride hard in between breaks.

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Going up the last week in March (24-26). Was wanting to know if anyone is going to be their then. Finally bought another rzr and I got the ride command xp 1k and dying to put miles on it. Only problem is its been 8 years since I've been up and I don't remember it that much. We will be staying at the Wagon Wheel or Ashland Resort. I don't think Ill be hitting the HM trails just yet.


Have you decided where you're staying? Girlfriend and I are going to be there Fri-Sun and are looking for people to ride with. Have a GPS and know the trails quite well. Would love to meet up!


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Our group just got back from there, fairly fun trip, other than loose my spare tire at some point. But I have to ask, what is the deal with the Outlaw trails, everyone we met was trying to tell us they would take us on them, or how great they were. The normal trails were fine, but why is everyone talking about the outlaw trails?
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Our group just got back from there, fairly fun trip, other than loose my spare tire at some point. But I have to ask, what is the deal with the Outlaw trails, everyone we met was trying to tell us they would take us on them, or how great they were. The normal trails were fine, but why is everyone talking about the outlaw trails?

1 don't have to pay $50 annual out of state fee. 2 can Carry guns .3 can drink alcohol .
4.can smoke weed. 5 un groomed trails with big mud holes. 6 can ride in river bottoms . 7 can throw beer cans down. 8 can tie bags of urine in trees so people who drive under can get goldin showers .9 unmarked trails so you can go around in circles .10 because you can smoke weed

If that sounds good to you there fine I'll pay my $50 and ride hmt

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