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As a newbie to SoCal, this is great resource. Thank you for the information.


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Every National Park in Colorado. A $25 yearly permit will get you in and as long as you stay on NF roads and mapped trails you are fine. There are thousands of miles and all categories from hills to 6-8 ft boulders. Bring your large jets because most are above 8000 ft and I've found my 750 is actually too heavy. It will climb like a goat but sure hurts when you are under it. Please stay on mapped trails as Co is on the verge of banning ATVs due to ever increasing violations by Riders who go off the trails. It is High Desert and slow growth plus it disturbs wildlife such as Elk and Mountain Lions. Some is the most beautiful isolated area in the US.

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dodgerblu wrote:

2BlueHeelers wrote:

high desert wrote:

Here are a couple of my favorite Northern Nevada riding spots.

Sand Mountain 39° 17.99 N 118 24.04 W

Moon Rocks (Hungry Valley) 39° 50' 44" N 119° 44' 37" W

I'll add more later.

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Just FYI for those of you that don't have a GPS you can just use google it'll map it out for you. Just enter the GPS Coordinates like this

N 35 12.951 W 117.059






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Dirtclods wrote:

Just FYI for those of you that don't have a GPS you can just use google it'll map it out for you. Just enter the GPS Coordinates like this

N 35 12.951 W 117.059






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It gets bigger and bigger every time we ride out there. I can't believe how much it's grown just in the past 10-15 years.

Pretty inspiring.


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I found Tonka Town without GPS now I'm going to try to find the fresh water gold fish pond out there.

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dedmiston wrote:

Dirtclods wrote:

Just FYI for those of you that don't have a GPS you can just use google it'll map it out for you. Just enter the GPS Coordinates like this

N 35 12.951 W 117.059






The H U S K Y M O N U M E N T


It gets bigger and bigger every time we ride out there. I can't believe how much it's grown just in the past 10-15 years.

Pretty inspiring.


I'm just disappointed that there are so many "non-desert" memorials there, even one for a Harley rider, no mention of OHV. Originally this was more of a collection of memorials for fallen desert racers like the original memorial for Erickson, guys like Norm Stewart (instrumental in District 37 desert racing for YEARS, and Mike "Downhill" Alexander, a well known fast guy and many others from various clubs and non-club members. I'm not saying it should be limited to bikes but more directly to OHV users. I personally have set three or four for fallen Viewfinders, actually built one myself.


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At some point in time the enviromist are going to say their ruining the desert.

I'm suprized that their's not one for Norm I haven't been to the site for a couple of years.

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Dirtclods wrote:

At some point in time the enviromist are going to say their ruining the desert.

I'm suprized that their's not one for Norm I haven't been to the site for a couple of years.


sure is one for Norm, his old linemens boots are set in concrete.

The site of the monument is on land that was acquired by an energy development company as mitigation repayment land for contiguous plots elsewhere that they developed solar on. This land is then given to Fish and Game to manage (tortoise) but they don't have resources to manage it so they grant it to an outside foundation (can't remember their name but met with their director) and they manage the land, taking much for the tortoise and closing it but also allowing recreation on non-tortoise land (hills in particular). When we spoke I was assured that the Memorial was not going to be touched.

Sorry for the long post but I think it's safe

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Great post Nayter I used to love to ride the other side where it's all fenced off now for the "tortoises" . Kind of like the Barstow to Vegas corridor that Senator Dianne Feinstein closed down ~ said to protect the "tortoises" but then.... U.S Army used it for Tank Maneuers?

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