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Unread 04-13-2015, 09:42 AM   #1
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Cj Lake Lure area trails?

Came down to Lake Lure from Kentucky for a few days. I've been seeing a lot of lifted jeeps in the area and was wondering if there's any good wheeling close by. Read through the NC forum and seems like a lot of it is in the Eastern part of the state. This is our first time in this area and we'll definitely be back. Wife's already talking about coming back this fall or next spring and bringing the CJ to use for our running around vehicle. Any info on local trails or fellow jeepers in appreciated!

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Unread 04-15-2015, 04:13 PM   #2
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I don't know of anything I would call close...
Hurricane creek road I-40 near mm 9
Richland road in blowing rock
Either way you're an hours drive away, but these two trails are always open forest service roads.
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Brown Mountain would be closer than Richland. Also there are a lot of dirt roads to explore through Pisgah.
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Brown Mountain would be closer than Richland. Also there are a lot of dirt roads to explore through Pisgah.
I've heard of the Flats down in Marion, but I've never been there. There's no shortage of gravel roads around the Linville Gorge area, but that's a decent drive north of where you're at.
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