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VA/WV ohv trails/forest roads

Discussion in 'Offroad 4x4 Runs Planning and Discussion' started by Four0Sport, February 2, 2018.

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      I am putting together a week long camp and offroading trip this coming may and am looking for forest roads or ohv trails in and around the gwnf or mon national forest to eat up some hours on road days between parks. I know there was a group on here who frequented that area as I tried to make a ride once. I am looking for open trails or county roads between pott's mountain and tasker/peter's run in edinburgh.

      Thanks in advance!

      Also.. if anyone is interested in joining us for a week let me know. I had a few rigs drop out and would like to get the vehicle count back up to 10 to 15.

      Also-er, Ryan do not look at this post.
       
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      Honestly it's a beautiful ride though GWNF but the only challenging trails have restricted access due to land owner issues. I know there's a few of us trying to get together around that time but nothing is set in stone. Shoe creek is the trail that is basically cut in half (the middle of the trail is closed). Stoney run is the fan favorite for the views (stock truck can make it with a bypass or two).

      I'll be down to join in on the VA trails for a day or two
       
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      I like Stoney Run (aka balk Knob Trail). In May if you catch it at the right time, the Mountain Laural and Rhodendrens are in bloom and it can be like drive througth a pink cave.

      There a bunch or trails around Harrisonburg. Second Mountain, Dictums and Long Run. There are also the ones beside Rt 33. I have not been out to them recently, so you will want to make sure they are still open.

      All of these trails are or used to be passable by stock 4x4. If you search this site you can find information about previous runs.

      If you google these trails you can also find info.
       
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