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Unread 04-25-2013, 05:43 PM   #1
itzfreddie
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Rincon- Shortcut Trail Closed

Sup Fellow jeepers. I love doing overland wheeling, but i reached a rock in the road. there's a trail called the Rincon-Shortcut, its a 24 mile trail. its not a crazy trail but more for beautiful scenery, and i would personally like to see it before i leave to start my own family somewhere else. bad news is that it is closed. i know there's somewhere else on the forums where people get trails to open up again, but this case is the they are doing construction on half of the trail, the end 8 miles, leavig like 17 miles of open road left. they closed these down a while ago because someone was cutting the locks to the only area that was actually closed off, the 8 mile construction area. i called today and asked if they were going to open up again, but maybe there's a way i can convince them too, knowing that jeepers like us, along with the fj forum, the 4runner form, and some ford forms, all enjoyed this trail. what techniques did other groups use to open their trails again?(or atleast the 17 miles again)

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Unread 04-26-2013, 05:37 PM   #2
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