We are renting a cabin near Red River Gorge and Natural Bridge.
Since the wife is letting the kids bring friends, we will be bringing two cars down. Since my Jeep is my Daily Driver, I'll be bringing that.
Not looking for any hardcore rock crawling, but are there any logging roads or two tracks that are legal and scenic?
Most likely would be the only vehicle unless I met up with others down there.
And I'll be needing to drive the 6 hours back home at the end of the week!
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Agreed with deadeye. You can very easily get lost back in there and some trails that look easy can turn kind of nasty really quick, especially if you're running open. There's plenty of places that are still all on public land and legal to ride though. All of the area is scenic. It's one of the prettiest places you'll ever ride.
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Yep, GPS pays dividends. It can at least point you in the right direction! I guess they just don't advertise wheeling around there, as I know livingston got closed due to people rashing the trails and making their own way.
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