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post #61 of 145 Old 03-21-2011, 11:54 AM
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I was just out at the summit place this past weekend. Went down the trail that goes straight from the mud pits, not too bad just rocky. Came to a place with a fire pit and stuff but couldnt go any further then that. Next time I'll check out that left trail. If anyone would like to join me going up there let me know.

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post #62 of 145 Old 03-22-2011, 11:52 AM
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Me and a buddy both go to Kutztown University so were fairly local. We both have yj's and are definitely interested in checking out summit lawn. We just recently drove through reading anthracite land (no offroading, just passing through) and it looks like some awesome wheeling land.

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post #63 of 145 Old 03-22-2011, 02:23 PM
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I was just out at the summit place this past weekend. Went down the trail that goes straight from the mud pits, not too bad just rocky. Came to a place with a fire pit and stuff but couldnt go any further then that. Next time I'll check out that left trail. If anyone would like to join me going up there let me know.
where is summit lawn???

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Me and a buddy both go to Kutztown University so were fairly local. We both have yj's and are definitely interested in checking out summit lawn. We just recently drove through reading anthracite land (no offroading, just passing through) and it looks like some awesome wheeling land.

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im in bethlehem if u guys wnana go explore any spots u know let me know!! i was at RAC a couple weeks ago its fun.



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summit lawn is right off 78 east just past the lehigh street exit, and the access road to the powerlines is literally like 1/4 of a mile off 78. My number is 540-292-6634 (call/text) I'd be happy to go up there with any/all of you cuz the left trail does look like a pretty formidable rock climb, but I'd definitely like to know where it goes.
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post #65 of 145 Old 03-24-2011, 12:01 AM
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Sounds good. Maybe in the next week or two I'll head to RAC or Summit Lawn. Anyone wanna get in on this? I'd like to set something up for RAC with a few local people. Let me know. PM or email lshee778@live.kutztown.edu.
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post #66 of 145 Old 03-27-2011, 06:55 PM
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summit lawn is right off 78 east just past the lehigh street exit, and the access road to the powerlines is literally like 1/4 of a mile off 78. My number is 540-292-6634 (call/text) I'd be happy to go up there with any/all of you cuz the left trail does look like a pretty formidable rock climb, but I'd definitely like to know where it goes.

left hill isn't that bad, just really rocky...make sure to pick a good line and you'll be fine...used to take my xj (3" lift on 30's) up it...it goes up to another mud hole and then the lane is blocked off for the powerlines...but there is another entrance/exit up there though...
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post #67 of 145 Old 03-28-2011, 11:55 AM
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summit lawn is right off 78 east just past the lehigh street exit, and the access road to the powerlines is literally like 1/4 of a mile off 78. My number is 540-292-6634 (call/text) I'd be happy to go up there with any/all of you cuz the left trail does look like a pretty formidable rock climb, but I'd definitely like to know where it goes.
ok cool good to know! might go check it out one day this week!


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post #68 of 145 Old 03-29-2011, 07:19 AM
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I've known of this place for awhile but never been there. I wouldn't mind checking it out.

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spokes hit me up when you wanna head out there
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post #70 of 145 Old 03-30-2011, 07:13 PM
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I'm in Martins creek pa and would like to find some new spot
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post #71 of 145 Old 04-29-2011, 12:05 PM
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This is fantastic. I'm always looking for change of pace spots in the area (I'm near Reading) and willing to travel a little to find mud (aside from Rausch Creek). I'll definitely be checking this out in the future. Keep me posted.

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Hey next time someone is planning ot head to Summit send me a PM or something I'de love to check it out.

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Hey next time someone is planning ot head to Summit send me a PM or something I'de love to check it out.
Bump that! Likewise, I'm interested in checking this out as well.

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post #74 of 145 Old 05-02-2011, 08:17 PM
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summit lawn is right off 78 east just past the lehigh street exit, and the access road to the powerlines is literally like 1/4 of a mile off 78. My number is 540-292-6634 (call/text) I'd be happy to go up there with any/all of you cuz the left trail does look like a pretty formidable rock climb, but I'd definitely like to know where it goes.
anyone know like the exact enterance? or an address so i can find it on my GPS lol i wanna go check it out tomrrow. if anyone wants to tag alone shoot me a PM


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post #75 of 145 Old 05-02-2011, 10:02 PM
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depending on what time tomorow i can go, im not working all day
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