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Old 03-25-2009, 06:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hardest trails in our area

So the southeast section has a hardest trails thread...What have you got around here?

I think we have a good one here at Interlake when we can get it opened up.
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Old 03-27-2009, 06:37 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Well Shit 66 veiws and noone has a hard trail around here?

Guess I will take my front driveshaft out!!
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Old 03-27-2009, 03:03 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Badlands has some gnarly sections but I wish they a harder designated trail.
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The Cliffs have some insane terrain. Enough to break a Atlas in half while playing in a muddy ravine. I also vote for the Badlands Quarry. I am on 60's and v8 powered and not on the service roads
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Old 03-30-2009, 02:31 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Dont know if this would be considerd our area, but harlan KY has some difficult terrain. 6hr drive from chicago, badass wheeling!
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Mission impossible

Mission Impossible is at the Badlands in Attica. It is by far the best trail they have. It has huge rocks, Insane drop offs, hills, water crossings a lil' bit of everything. It is a reservation or invite only trail. Call Kyle at the Badlands and ask him how to get on the list. Check out our page for pics. http://www.myspace.com/mudmafianation
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trail 4 redbird
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Mission Impossible is at the Badlands in Attica. It is by far the best trail they have. It has huge rocks, Insane drop offs, hills, water crossings a lil' bit of everything. It is a reservation or invite only trail. Call Kyle at the Badlands and ask him how to get on the list. Check out our page for pics. http://www.myspace.com/mudmafianation
Ive been wanting to run that trail, sounds and looks fun as hell!
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trail 4 and 21 Redbird SRA
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Trail 4 is a pretty good trail. We ran it when BFG came to the park. I dont really remember 21 but I am pretty sure Tony took us over there.
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Pergatory at the Badlands.
Not sure of the names of the trails at Flat Nasty in MO.
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Red trail at Apple Valley Farms in Sand Creek, WI. has some pretty tough climbs. Mostly loose sandy, rocky terrain with large rocks, ledges, logs in the way. They also have a mud trail too, never been on it though.

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Trail 27 at Redbird

They added this trail last fall.

If it is just a little bit wet, you are rubbing trees all day.

The part they call "The Gorge" is a trip.
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Pergatory at the Badlands.
Not sure of the names of the trails at Flat Nasty in MO.
Purgatory used to be tough.
All the rocks have been dug out. At best, it's now a dirt hill leading up to a difficult exit.

2X on Flat Nasty. Very cool stuff there.
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Trail 8 @ the cliffs, Mission Impossible!! @ the badlands. I thought flat nasty was a very easy park, except for a few very difficult obstacles, the new and the old bounty looked VERY knarly!
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Trail 8 @ the cliffs, Mission Impossible!! @ the badlands. I thought flat nasty was a very easy park, except for a few very difficult obstacles, the new and the old bounty looked VERY knarly!
It's been a few years but FN had some great rock runs.
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Which trail at the Cliffs is trail #6?

Is there a way to describe it? Any specific obsticles that are points of refrence?

I can't keep track of the trail numbers.
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Which trail at the Cliffs is trail #6?

Is there a way to describe it? Any specific obsticles that are points of refrence?

I can't keep track of the trail numbers.
I think it's the muddy one
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Oh, thanks. I thought it was that one
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