Here's a few trips to take into consideration, with Keystone Off Road!
Meet and Greet, small mountain ride to follow there after
-October 27th at 2PM, meeting at the Poe Valley Pavilion.
Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend! See what we have to offer! Not JUST Jeeps either, so spread the word guys and gals!
Fall Krawl @ Rausch Creek Off Road Park
-November 18th, meeting at trailhead (office) at 9AM, earlier if you need a RC Membership
To come in the future, Toy Run/Car Show type of thing. Shine your rigs up and come out, but don't forget a new toy to donate for the less fortunate! Woman, Rig, Food, and Fun is just part of what to look forward to, along with meeting some great people!
I know this thread is probably dead but I want to try and revive it as I am heading back up to State next week. I just got a JK this summer so I'm trying to find some people to wheel with up at school. If any of you guys are still around maybe we could set up a trip
Just moved in. If anybody is around hit me up so we can try to set up a trip. Also does anybody know any trials around this area because im not exactly sure where to go. Thanks
I let my premium membership lapse so my inbox was over quota and your PM bounced.
Finding trails is always the hardest part around here. So far I have relied on people who knew people with private land, or stretched DCNR's definition of a 4-wheeler a bit. There are plenty of rural, non-paved roads in rothrock which are nice to ride on, but they are not exactly an extreme offroad adventure...they are dirt and rock roads that any stock truck or suv could handle in 2WD. I have heard that there are some more challenging state forest roads up in the beech creek but I don't really know my way around. I have been to Bloody skillet, a DCNR ATV area in the same vicinity as beech creek, lots of fun play areas good for jeeps, but I am not real clear on the legality of using it...I have been 3 times and never seen anyone except a couple dirt bikes up there. The one drawback to bloody skillet is if you have a pristine paint job...there are some tighter trails (it is designed with 4-wheelers in mind after all) and you very well could get branches hitting the side of your vehicle.
As for dates times to go, I can usually carve out time on weekends, or Monday is a holiday, other than that I work a standard week.
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Where are you going in altoona, murph, DV, private stuff? I'm in Loretto area now, we hit rock run a good bit. You guys go up there at all?
I dont go to murph, unless u want a fine I wouldn't ever recommend going there. I go to dv and rr but there r a few private areas we go to in altoona. If u wana come along just let me no. Were gona go out on saturday as long as I'm feeling better. Had to call off work today.