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Unread 04-23-2010, 08:17 AM   #1
funfactor89
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Trails in Potter County near Coudersport

Anybody know of any trails in potter county for jeeps? I've heard there are plenty of atv trails. But i can't drive on them. Buddy of mine said there are plenty of Jeep trails up there but you have to know how to find them and he couldn't tell me easily. Lots of deep mud holes he said.

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Unread 05-21-2013, 10:42 AM   #2
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Hey

I live in Coudy. So Get to town. Get a topo map from the Coffee Shop/Washateria. Head up 44 toward Cherry Springs and Galeton. You can take your pick while traveling over Cherry Springs. Now on the other side of the Hill you have Carter Camp. Turn right up Short Run RD. Follow that back until you get lost. Have fun in the Spring. Pack a lunch and some firewood in the winter because it not maintained. If you get stuck you will not get sympathy from the locals just because that the way they are.

Ok now I reccomend not to go alone. To have a gun in the truck just in case. Have ropes and firewood and dont expect to get cell service. Also tell someone where you are going. Oh yeah dont be rude to the locals because the cops are locals. And are normally troopers not town cops.

Let me know if you need anything else.

jonnyedu@yahoo.com
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