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#374840 - 02/07/04 05:22 PM Trail reports...
chupasierras Offline

Registered: 26/08/01
Posts: 930
Loc: Monterrey, M�xico
Just found this webpage, . It has a Trails section , with trail info in Arizona, Colorado and Utah.

These are links to some of the GOX´s trails:

Red Cone

Radical Hill

Wheeler Lake

Mosquito Pass

Old Chinaman's Gulch

Iron Chest

Grizzly Lake

Mt Antero

Schofield Pass

Lead King Basin

Don´t be fooled about the website´s name...

This site is called and by that we mean damage to our vehicles done by trails -- we never condone damaging a trail and practices Tread Lightly methods at all times.



#374841 - 05/07/04 06:08 PM Re: Trail reports...
MaloCS Offline

Registered: 18/04/02
Posts: 1212
RMXC just ran Grizzley Lake and Old Chinman's this past weekend. Here's some trail descriptions:

Grizzley Lake
On Saturday we wheeled Grizzley Lake. This is one awesome trail. Very technical in places with enough easy sections to calm your nerves. The first obstacle at the creek reminded me of a wet version of The Wall at Poughkeepsie. Very fun.

Old Chinaman's
On Sunday we ran Old Chinaman's. THIS TRAIL KICKS MAJOR BOOTY! laugh It isn't very long but what it lacks in length it makes up for in challenge. There is a section that reminded me of Mirror Gulch on Metal Masher sans the slick rock. There is also a mini wedgie that requires very careful tire placement or you will do body damage. All of these obstacles are prefaced by a very steep, loose hill climb with rocks the size of bowling balls waiting to bang something under your X. Once you get through the hill climbs and the bowling ball sized rocks you start driving down a dry, sandy creek bed. There are numerous large rocks (the size of end tables)to drive over and around. The largest of these rocks is named Whale Rock. This guy is about 7ft tall and 15ft wide. There are three lines up him with two lines waiting to eat your drive shaft and the third waiting to roll you over. If you love getting your adrenaline going and you haven't run Old Chinaman's yet I would highly recommend doing so.


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