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Unread 04-01-2010, 05:54 PM   #1
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Corral Canyon Day Run. 03 April

Hi, I'm planning a day run out in the Corral Canyon area. I was planning on meeting up at four corners at about 8:45 to 9am. I've been there before but don't know the area real well. I was planning on doing a few moderate trails for a few hours if anyone is interested in meeting up it would be cool. I will be on CB channel 24.






Also, if anyone could recommend some good trails in that area that would be great. I don't think I'm up for Bronco Peak so maybe something less challenging.

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Unread 04-01-2010, 10:07 PM   #2
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Sidewinder is a great moderate trail. What are you driving? How well is it set up?

Bronco Peak usually will get you some scratches etc. the 3a connector can really give you a run for your money if you are not well equipped.

have fun
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Unread 04-02-2010, 04:26 PM   #3
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Sidewinder is a great moderate trail. What are you driving? How well is it set up?

Bronco Peak usually will get you some scratches etc. the 3a connector can really give you a run for your money if you are not well equipped.

have fun
I will be in a 95 XJ with a 4.5 inch lift 33 inch tires and cutting brakes. I have one of my buddies with me in a 91 YJ going also.

I'll give Sidewinder a try. Thanks.
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