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Hey people, basically i just wanted to get some info down here on the hot spots to hit the trials, right now im running a new project aside from my bronco and im looking at some moderate trials keeping in mind im running stock for power and the front and rear end are naked as a baby, my buddy also runs a s-10 with a 3"body lift and were looking for something to keep us occupied, dont have a lot of emergency equip so easier stuff to begin i guess, get some scenery in there too
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Stave Lake all the way. It's in Maple Ridge and it's alot of fun. Lots of mud and other trucks to pull you out. Be there Sunday!

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ive got some trails happening on saturday already but i hear about the sunday venture and i think ill head that up, the turn off is on the abby mission highway right? by the lake (silvermere or something) thanks for the info guys

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Go out to the Harrison west FSR and do some exploring. There's enough stuff out there to keep you occupied for at least a weekend.(Hail Creek, Lookout Lake, SunRise Lake and a bunch of other stuff)


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Originally posted by ichris4x4:
Go out to the Harrison west FSR and do some exploring. There's enough stuff out there to keep you occupied for at least a weekend.(Hail Creek, Lookout Lake, SunRise Lake and a bunch of other stuff)



Yup Deffinately lots out that road. It can take you all the way to Pemberton.

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