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Best Jeep Trails Near Los Angeles ???

Directions, free websites, and any info would be great. Thanks


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Need some as well!
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This post has a couple of good iderrrs on how to find trails - but most of them trails listed in them books is closed down to forest fers.

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f161/...ornia-1101078/
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Get a Southern California trail book by Charles A. Wells.

Guide to Southern California Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails [0-9664976-4-3] - $24.95

Be sure to get a spiral bound book.

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Get a Southern California trail book by Charles A. Wells.

Guide to Southern California Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails [0-9664976-4-3] - $24.95

Be sure to get a spiral bound book.
Like I said most of them trails is closed due ta forest fers. You gots to call tha rangers first.
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