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Originally posted by beasttoyota4x4:
<STRONG>i live in biilings. know of some good trails over here.

send me an email:

[email protected]</STRONG>
C'mon over to the west side n' we'll play. I haven't been over to Billings to wheel yet.. just to BMP for 4x4 Racing. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">

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This is an old thread but i searched so i wouldnt have to start a new one.Im getting ready to move to Montana and im having zero luck finding any info on four wheeling there......can you guys point me in the right direction?Thanks
 

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I see your from Bozeman,i spent a year around there in 2004.I worked in Yellowstone but the nearest town was Gardner.This time im headed up to Missoula,which i hear is not a good area for fourwheeling.



Ive tried m4x4a but it doesnt seem very update and sadly it seems they do most of their 'wheeling in Moab.
 

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Ive tried m4x4a but it doesnt seem very update and sadly it seems they do most of their 'wheeling in Moab.
The missoula forum is about dead....the only club over there is a racing club and not a member of the state assn.

There is proubly a post over there once a day on average.... I don't know ware you get the idea we do all our wheeling in moab from? I only can remember two threads about moab trips in the past 6 months.

I try to get on there atleast once a day and post whatever is going on in the Bozeman area.
 

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Ive tried m4x4a but it doesnt seem very update and sadly it seems they do most of their 'wheeling in Moab.
LOL. I do most of my wheelin' between Helena and Butte, or on a race track.

There's a club in Polson that's pretty active - they just don't always make a point of sharing about it on the website.

Would you believe not everyone with a 4x4 in Montana is particularly computer savvy? :D

There's good wheelin' around Philipsburg - if you look through the image galleries you'll find plenty of wheelin' pics from PBurg - we had our Divide Ride trail ride there two years ago.

This year Divide Ride is in Whitehall.
 

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Most of us Billings Rimrockers spend our time in the Pryor's, Beartooth's and the Little Belts. Plenty of trails all over, we just have to use them wisely (alot of closer's going on here). PM me if you want info on going to a club meeting sometime. BTW, what do you drive? Jeremy
 

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I moved south of Missoula a year ago. Not much wheeling compared to Florence, table Mesa etc. I just sold my buggy because I would have to travel to far to find anything respectable. Building a scenery rider instead.
 

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Hey any of you guys from Powell ever go up or down the Morrison Trail that runs between Clark Canyon and the Beartooth? I was hiking up the canyon this week and saw the start of that trail from the bottom end. The signs say it's closed 'till 15 July. Looks pretty challenging from a distance.
 

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Hey any of you guys from Powell ever go up or down the Morrison Trail that runs between Clark Canyon and the Beartooth? I was hiking up the canyon this week and saw the start of that trail from the bottom end. The signs say it's closed 'till 15 July. Looks pretty challenging from a distance.
Dunno about the Powell guys, but the Billings clubs (along with the rest of M4x4A) have a work-party on that trail every year or two to do maintenance.
 

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There's a club in Polson that's pretty active - they just don't always make a point of sharing about it on the website.
Checking in from the Flathead (we're one hour north of Polson).

No. Everything up this way sucks.

PM me for details.





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You wouldn't move her for the wheelin', but it's not a desolate wasteland, either.
 

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Dunno about the Powell guys, but the Billings clubs (along with the rest of M4x4A) have a work-party on that trail every year or two to do maintenance.
That's cool. Can a long wheel base rig make it up there. Say something like 109" wheel base narrow track with 35's or 36's.
 

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I didn't have the k5 then but have gone up with a few fullsize rigs and also when they were building the switchback ranch a club cab ford went up it, that would be TIGHT transvers. One guy here will not back up the switchbacks and has to make like a 10 point turn around in his cj7 on each switchback.
 
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