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post #1 of 17 Old 09-10-2011, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up Your favorite Wheeling spot in Oregon

My husband and I like to travel around and explore. So I figure others probably do too. Lets share our wheeling spots.

Where is your favorite spot in Oregon to wheel?

1) Is it an OHV specific location

2) If not who owns the lands NFS, State BLM? ect.

3) Type of wheeling. Mud, Rock crawling, Dirt ect.

If you have some pictures of the trails what would be awesome!


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post #2 of 17 Old 09-10-2011, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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Browns Camp
Not necessarily my favorite, but it is the closest with the most Verity to choose from


1) Is it an OHV specific location; Yes provides trails for walking, mountain biking, horses, and all ATV classes.

2) who owns the lands NFS, State BLM? ect. State Forest.

3) Type of wheeling. Mud, Rock crawling, Dirt ect. you name it they have it. You may have to wait for specific season but they have it all from dry dirt, to rock crawling to a little mud in 3 wet seasons.








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Where is your favorite spot in Oregon to wheel?

Browns camp. It's great for all build types, trails range from green to black to triple black. Lots of by-passes for stockers. Trails go beyond class II, there's something for hikers and horses. There is even a gravel pit for shooting.

1) Is it an OHV specific location


Yes, many trails for Class I, II and III vehicles.


2) If not who owns the lands NFS, State BLM? ect.


State

3) Type of wheeling. Mud, Rock crawling, Dirt ect.


All types may be found.

If you have some pictures of the trails what would be awesome!



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Where is your favorite spot in Oregon to wheel?

Browns camp. It's great for all build types, trails range from green to black to triple black. Lots of by-passes for stockers. Trails go beyond class II, there's something for hikers and horses. There is even a gravel pit for shooting.

1) Is it an OHV specific location


Yes, many trails for Class I, II and III vehicles.


2) If not who owns the lands NFS, State BLM? ect.


State

3) Type of wheeling. Mud, Rock crawling, Dirt ect.


All types may be found.

If you have some pictures of the trails what would be awesome!



last time we where up there the pit was closed to shooting. Not sure if it was for a specific reason or permanent

P.S. so not surprised LOL

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This is a good thread idea. And the only place i've been is browns camp (which i also like, even though i have nothing to compare too).
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This is a good thread idea. And the only place i've been is browns camp (which i also like, even though i have nothing to compare too).
Yeah I'm hoping people from other area's will chime in. Dave and I love to do weekend trips so we so would be willing to check out other areas but would like to know what is out there.

SO COME ON OREGON!

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post #7 of 17 Old 09-11-2011, 10:38 PM
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Eagle Crest (right around Sisters OR)

1) Is it an OHV specific location? yes, trails for pretty much anything.

2) If not who owns the lands NFS, State BLM? ect. I think it is BLM

3) Type of wheeling. Mud, Rock crawling, Dirt ect. Dirt some sand and a lot of rock

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Perfect Austin, this is exactly what i'm looking for here! Thanks!

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Perfect Austin, this is exactly what i'm looking for here! Thanks!
That is a trail that I wouldn't mind doing again soon and make it a couple day trip.

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HMMMMMMMM how soon? before winter or in the spring?

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Before winter would be awesome. Brian might even be up for that.

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it would have to be after disbursement for us LOL we are flat broke until the school gives us money lol

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That is a trail that I wouldn't mind doing again soon and make it a couple day trip.
hey how do you get there, thining about doing a trip there with some friends because i have a black butte house how far is it outa sisters?
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hey how do you get there, thining about doing a trip there with some friends because i have a black butte house how far is it outa sisters?
I guess another name for it is cline buttes
http://www.blm.gov/or/districts/prin...escription.php

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I guess another name for it is cline buttes
http://www.blm.gov/or/districts/prin...escription.php
it says its by the deschutes so does that mean i should bring my fly rod?
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