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post #1 of 6 Old June 25th, 2019, 07:53 AM Thread Starter
 
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Ashland advice

We booked a last minute cabin at Ashland over the 4th and I’m just looking for some advice for first timers to the trails. We plan on riding Indian ridge since it’s right there then probably hopping on the outlaws and heading towards riders paradise to check that out. I just picked up a android tablet and downloaded BobT maps it looks like the best way to riders paradise from Ashland is Indian ridge trail 93 then hopping on the outlaws can anyone confirm or give other routes they take? I think the 2nd day we’ll be heading over and riding pinnacle creek. Any advice on where to ride or what to see is much appreciated! I originally planned on riding rock house and those systems but with the last minute booking and wanting a pet friendly rental Ashland is where we ended up.
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Re: Ashland advice

Get a guide. Check with Daniel:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/397255677348113/

There are several others as well and would recommend one of them as there is sooooo much to see down there you don't want to waste time and not find what you are looking for.
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Re: Ashland advice

https://www.wildwillysatvrezort.com/
If you need anything repaired or parts,tires,etc.Willy's the man. Only a couple miles from Ashland.

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Re: Ashland advice

We went a couple years ago to Ashland and it was great, the trails are well marked and we kept laminated copies in the machine. You will have a blast.
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When we went we took whatever Indian ridge trail to the stair steps, played there a bit, then took either the bypass or the main trail down to the creek to wagon wheel trail which you can continue to follow to riders Paradise. Then the mine above wagon wheel trail is really fun and a bit challenging even though this particular mine isn't anything amazing.

Edit:. With bobt maps everything is so nice and easy to plan out. In the morning i would just decide where and what we wanted to see that day. then i created little waypoints on the maps at the intersections so id know at a glance which way to head so you don't waste time stopping and trying to figure out which way to go.

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When we went we took whatever Indian ridge trail to the stair steps, played there a bit, then took either the bypass or the main trail down to the creek to wagon wheel trail which you can continue to follow to riders Paradise. Then the mine above wagon wheel trail is really fun and a bit challenging even though this particular mine isn't anything amazing.

Edit:. With bobt maps everything is so nice and easy to plan out. In the morning i would just decide where and what we wanted to see that day. then i created little waypoints on the maps at the intersections so id know at a glance which way to head so you don't waste time stopping and trying to figure out which way to go.

Looking at the map that is the route I planned on taking, thanks for the info!
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