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Unread 03-18-2014, 01:03 AM   #16
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Old *** post. I live in Murrieta and want to take my wife out jeepin so I can convince her to let me buy a lift and some tires. Any suggestions?

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Unread 03-18-2014, 01:32 AM   #17
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Old *** post. I live in Murrieta and want to take my wife out jeepin so I can convince her to let me buy a lift and some tires. Any suggestions?
Wildomar ohv is closest,but cleghorn road will be more appealing to the wife (better views and scenery) stock rigs are fine in both areas
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Unread 03-18-2014, 08:32 AM   #18
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You are about 90 minutes from Anza Borrego State Park. Great place for scenic off-roading (only in the cooler months). Go to the visitor center just outside Borrego Springs, pick up maps and ask about trail conditions. Then go up Coyote Canyon. It’s a one way trip, only go as far as you are comfortable. Another easy option is Font's Point (great views). Another option is to explore the western side of the part, then go home via Julian.

Also – Other than well traveled trails, don’t do this hobby alone (especially in the desert). Here is a list of Calif. clubs:
http://www.cal4wheel.com/ca4wdc-membership/club-associate-directories/club-directory
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Unread 03-19-2014, 04:10 PM   #19
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Awesome responses guys. Thanks.
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Unread 03-25-2014, 03:27 PM   #20
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You are about 90 minutes from Anza Borrego State Park. Great place for scenic off-roading (only in the cooler months). Go to the visitor center just outside Borrego Springs, pick up maps and ask about trail conditions. Then go up Coyote Canyon. Itís a one way trip, only go as far as you are comfortable. Another easy option is Font's Point (great views). Another option is to explore the western side of the part, then go home via Julian.

Also Ė Other than well traveled trails, donít do this hobby alone (especially in the desert). Here is a list of Calif. clubs:
http://www.cal4wheel.com/ca4wdc-membership/club-associate-directories/club-directory
Anza Borrego, Ocatillo Wells and Truck Haven are one of my favorite places to wheel. Had a great time this year at TDS!
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