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Old 09-29-2011, 09:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ultimate Adventure at Daisy?

was looking at some videos on petersons site and i think said they were at Daisy rocks on the last day of the Ultimate Adventure. curious if anyone had any gossip or pics/vids about their outing there.
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Old 09-29-2011, 12:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I was there, and it was hot as hell. The group was pretty big so we broke off and did our own thing. I think the UA Ford truck Rick Pewe was driving ended up breaking not too far into the first trail.

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Old 09-29-2011, 12:51 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i have followed the progress on that truck best i can and they did a lot of R&D for that front end. i am glad daisy is getting traffic though. we were one of the early groups to run that place at the first spring break run and the reeks were flooded to high heaven and the trail needed traffic. didnt get to see much of the place because of a broken 60 shaft on a waterfall
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Old 09-29-2011, 04:37 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Yeah I have ran it many times as well and was one of the first ones to run the major creek all the way to the pool with the spring at the end. That place has a lot of potential. Charlie has started working on putting in camper pads. The only thing hurting him is that there is not any lodging that is close other than Antlers, Atoka or Clayton.
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the camping is plenty for the wheelers. hell, most run all night long anyway. ice and supplies are going to need to be sold near by though. a long trip to the convenience store is not what most are after when they need stuff. If the camping area can be roughly the size of the landing strip, I think all will be well.
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maybe someone has an ice machine they can donat to the cause? and the drive from clayton isnt all that bad, besides the long dirt roads especially when they are muddy
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There is a store on the highway in daisy
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the camping is plenty for the wheelers. hell, most run all night long anyway. ice and supplies are going to need to be sold near by though. a long trip to the convenience store is not what most are after when they need stuff. If the camping area can be roughly the size of the landing strip, I think all will be well.
I agree. The drive to the convenience store in Daisy is about a 30 minute round trip and you better make sure you get there before they close. Also there are wheelers that don't camp and there is where part of the problem is as well. They do have the bunkhouse but it is one big room and you better be comforatable with everyone.

I think Charlie's place rivals Clayton for sure and has a TON of potential.
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There is a group going down the last part of october that would like to run these trails. I've searched but come up empty on cantact and location info on this park. Group of seven all on big rubber that is lookin for something new. Any info would be appreciated.
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yea we were talking about this as we went through Daisy yesterday morning. I'd like to get some directions and contact info about this too. Seems like it would really be worth stoppin in to spend an afternoon there anyhow on the way to clayton
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If you come in on that highway through Daisy, it isn't that far off of the road, I know that the gravel road wasn't very friendly to pull a trailer down 2 years ago, but that is just part of it! You could spend a day there, it has good stuff cut and more with potential!
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i think the gravel road is about a mile wst of the highway. i remember exactly where it is but i dont remember the name. there is another dir road you turn rght on and go across the highway then turn left into the long driveway to the parking site. I wish i could give you names but i do no remember. there is probably directions in he spring break run thread from two years ago if you can find it. be prepared for 3 miles of dirt roa and that shit is nasty when it rains
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Old 10-04-2011, 01:41 AM   #13 (permalink)
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http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UT...,0.15398&z=13>

hope this works and helps. i searched back two years and found the info from the 2010 spring break run

might try and find the landowners number to. i think my brother has it
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Just thought I'd add the website to this thread.

http://buckcreekranch.us/offroading.htm

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Old 10-04-2011, 11:45 AM   #15 (permalink)
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thanks for the info and map. Anybody know of a landowner's name or phone number by chance? Is it available to be run during the week?
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Old 10-04-2011, 12:06 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Go to the website and the contact link on the left. Has his name and phone number. Charlie is a good guy.
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they were very friendly when we were there. the only ruls was dont wheel on the side of the mountain facing the house, thats where they hunt. good lck with the wheeling out there.
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I went on Ultimate Adventure this year. The trails in Buck Creek are awesome. I just wish they were closer to home.
The uaf150 didnt actually break on the the trail. The limit straps in the front just stretched out far enough for the axle shaft to come out of the bell. They were able to get it back together on the trail but its sort of a puzzle doing so.
It is a bummer that we didnt have more time to wheel out there. It looks like there ar tons of difficult trails to wheel. Taking 22 trucks through any trail seems to take more time than anticipated.

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Does anyone know if you can wheel during the week (friday say?)

And does it close to wheelers during the month of Nov for hunting?

Looking to make a Friday some time early in Nov. out of Buck Creek. See what it's all about.
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Does anyone know if you can wheel during the week (friday say?)

And does it close to wheelers during the month of Nov for hunting?

Looking to make a Friday some time early in Nov. out of Buck Creek. See what it's all about.
Blase it's Highclass. Talked to Joe Eaves yesterday and told him we have a group coming down this Thursday. Every time I have been there it has been on Friday so I don't think there is any problem with wheeling thru the week. I would let them know just to make sure. As for the hunting season we did the prerun for UA last year the day before muzzle loading season and the only thing they have ever told me is if hunting season is open you have to stay on the backside of the mountain.
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Sweet Thanks! Are you heading to Clayton this weekend? Beefy is there.
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Not this weekend. Will be there next.
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I was on UA2011 with David this year. I believe the trail we ran at Buck Creek was called "Just say no Joe". That was a great trail! Took all day to get the 22 rigs through there. I pulled the valve stem out of my front right wheel on that trail and I changed the wheel just before the picture was taken of my FJ60 in this months Peterson's 4 Wheel and Offroad mag. That picture is bugging me because I think I could have made it without pulling cable but after changing a wheel in the 107 deg temperature I was just a bit low on energy. It was extremely hot for a guy from Colorado.
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Well lets have some pics.....this place needs more traffic!
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