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Old 01-12-2010, 05:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey Texas!

Looking for hardcore trailriding, please tell me about the parks in central Texas
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Old 01-12-2010, 06:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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There are a few parks around Marble Falls. Check out Hidden Falls adventure park. Alot of guys I know go up there.
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Old 01-13-2010, 01:40 PM   #4 (permalink)
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katemcyrocks.com

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Old 01-14-2010, 07:09 PM   #5 (permalink)
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havent been to either of these but theres also stillwater ranch in llano. and copperas creek offroad. going to stillwater next weekend so we'll see.

hidden falls has some good trails if you know where they are. the canyons is a new park but seems to have some potential.
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Copperas Creek Offroad is still having a run this weekend.
Just north or Comanche Texas off hiway 16.
We have plenty of trails for extreme, moderate, and novice.

Come Check us out
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Old 01-16-2010, 08:58 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Hey River Rat are you the guy that we stopped to check on with a blow out on the way to the Chile Challenge last year?
And looking for a little more detail on the parks as far as hard core stuff.
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Its going to be Katemcy or drive to Clayton.
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Old 01-16-2010, 11:45 AM   #9 (permalink)
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We wheel clayton 2 or 3 time a year And we plan to go see Randy and Shane at the new park! But we want to stay around central Texas for a few days much warmer it is here!
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Just got back from Hidden falls and they added a few more trails. The place has improved quite a bit since the last time i was there last May. Was wirtht hte trip even though it rained it's ass off Saturday turned out great.
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Hey River Rat are you the guy that we stopped to check on with a blow out on the way to the Chile Challenge last year?
And looking for a little more detail on the parks as far as hard core stuff.
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Yep, that was us,, Thanks again for stopping...

the New K-Rocks , look's like it's going to be a nice one,
from some of the pic's i've seen...
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Old 01-19-2010, 03:51 PM   #12 (permalink)
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[QUOTE=river-rat;10890754]Yep, that was us,, Thanks again for stopping...
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We would stop for wheelers anytime, Like I would hope they would stop for us! We need to wheel with you guys sometime
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We have a group going to stillwater this weekend and had a group at the new katemcy last weekend they said their will be alot to do on extreme trails it is going to be kick ass.Dont give up on the trees ranch group we are scouting for property every day looking for the prime G spot,we will be back.
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Been talking to Kennth Wright, when it happens WE WILL BE THERE!
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Just got back from Hidden falls and they added a few more trails. The place has improved quite a bit since the last time i was there last May. Was wirtht hte trip even though it rained it's ass off Saturday turned out great.
X2, this is a great park that has really changed alot since it was Boulder Creek Ministries. They have been pretty aggressively cutting new trails of all skill abilities, and there are several really tough trails out there that I've only seen one or two rigs make it up in the 4 times I've been there. I have lots of pics of the place. LMK if you want to see what it's like.
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Old 01-23-2010, 07:51 PM   #16 (permalink)
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X3 there are some tough trails that have been cut in the last couple months.
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hidden falls has a few spots with some entertainment value. just gotta know where they are. and the better stuff is on the atv/ motorcylcle side and i guess you need a trail guide for that part?.

havent seen this line driven in a while


just got back from stillwater. has been a jeep jambo property for a while so it wasnt aimed at the hardcore wheelers. but definately has a lot of potential. there were some lines that were pretty good as well as a bounty obstacle that provided some entertainment. theres talk of a few trail cutting weekends to get some "hardcore" trails going. ill post up some pics
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Old 01-24-2010, 04:09 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Thanks guys, all of this helps

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stillwater had some pretty good trails. with plenty of potential for more.






saw some familiar faces out there. maybe someone else will post up....i didnt get many pics
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stillwater had some pretty good trails. with plenty of potential for more.

saw some familiar faces out there. maybe someone else will post up....i didnt get many pics
Did not get any pics but had a good time. Could use a few more extreme trails.
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Old 01-24-2010, 06:55 PM   #21 (permalink)
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was terry there? Hes the one with the big cummins jeep, rockwells,4 steer, 47 irocs. He was at hidden falls new years day with the red TTC power wagon. There was some nice rigs from cedar park and Lampasas
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no, terry's rig is down at the moment. but should be back this week with......well, a little more exhaust smoke

as far as the extreme trails at stillwater, i heard rumors of possible trail cutting weekends. if anyone had more info id be willing to help out.
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hidden falls has a few spots with some entertainment value. just gotta know where they are. and the better stuff is on the atv/ motorcylcle side and i guess you need a trail guide for that part?.
Yeah, the westernmost side of the park is their "comp" trail that you have to have a guide for, but he's always there and more than eager to take folks back there.
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Nice pic. I tried that a few times, and ended up taking a line. I refuse to take the weak way out over by the trees. I saw a guy make it in a TJ on rockjock 60s. Pretty intense exit, and he broke a pinion bearing or something in his rear axle.

Here's one of my attempts


oh, and there's one obstacle called Except Bob, because no one ever made it "except for bob", that's pretty gnarly. I made it last time out after almost going over on both sides in the attempt.
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Nice pic. I tried that a few times, and ended up taking a line. I refuse to take the weak way out over by the trees. I saw a guy make it in a TJ on rockjock 60s. Pretty intense exit, and he broke a pinion bearing or something in his rear axle.
Yep...that was my TJ and it was a pinion nut shearing the threads....front end gets a little light on that one. It all worked out while I was waiting on ring and pinion and one off seal for rockjock I redid the suspension lowering the jeep 4 inches.

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cool vid.... you should see what happens when you try the line to the right
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