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Unread 12-27-2007, 07:45 AM   #1
Brian(mid-mo)
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I heard somebody mention Windrock in Tennessee. Is this a good place and do they have trails for all levels of jeeps? I'm planning on taking a group of jeepers to TN sometime around memorial weekend. Anybody have any suggestions?

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Unread 12-27-2007, 08:07 PM   #2
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Yes, they have different levels. It has light trails and very difficult ones. I know people who like it better than Tellico. Personally, I like Tellico better, but they are close. Lots more ATV trails at Windrock than at Tellico and you will see more ATV's on the Jeep trails there than at Tellico. The best thing that Windrock has over Tellico, is there are a lot more things to do, places to stay and eat in Oak Ridge than in Murphy. Way more options for stuff after you get off the trails. If it interests you, Knoxville is about 40 minutes away. There is a very informative web site on Windrock.
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Unread 12-28-2007, 07:22 AM   #3
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Like Motocane's already said, there's 4 different trail levels there. Easy trails are more/less gravel roads, Moderate trails are perfect for stock rigs and some good scenic trail riding, Hard gets a bit more difficult, and then there's Extreme trails.

Me and about 5 other guys are heading up there Sunday. Lemme know if you guys ever make a trip up- I'll join ya.

-Patrick
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