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Originally posted by bigtony:
<STRONG>a day late a dollar short, went and did it yesterday after work(friday0 for the first time. fun trail and lots of rocks. e-mail me i might go up again next week and find that damn lake.</STRONG>
you better bring some camping gear and your hiking boots if you waznt to find that "damned lake" the trail does not get to it...
 

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Once you turn on Reiter Rd. go past major Parking Lot turn Right on gravel RD that has a gate on it. Go under power lines and turn left at fork in the RD. One will go up hill the other which is less traveled goes into woods. Follow Rd stay left if there are anymore forks. You will reach May Creek, thru crrk and follow main Rd. It goes up the MT. Just follow that.
 

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Yes Left sorry about that.
It was good, May Creek is VERY low right now. I made it all the way to the log bridge. The trails fairly easy other than the creek in the winter. Also Rope Rock and one other tight spot. I have a 2inch BL and 32s the rest is stock. Its a nice little trail and from the log bridge you can hike to Lake Isabeal, I haven't done that yet but would like to in the near future. Let me know when you want to go maybe I could show you around.
 

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I tried that trail a couple months ago and only made it a couple hundred yards past the log bridge. My winch was used a lot due to IFS and lack of ground clearance. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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Originally posted by Arnold:
<STRONG>I tried that trail a couple months ago and only made it a couple hundred yards past the log bridge. My winch was used a lot due to IFS and lack of ground clearance. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"></STRONG>

it get's funner the farther you go to <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 
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