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canadian off road trails

Discussion in 'Canada' started by cantac09, Feb 23, 2010.

  1. cantac09

    cantac09 [OP] Official TW Igloo Builder

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    post your offroading pictures and where you go off roading.
    i dont have any right now but i will in the summer.
     
  2. Wayner275

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    Where do you go off roading in Sask?
     
  3. cantac09

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    i live in saskatoon and there is a short trail that takes you right down to the river and there there is an unmaintained road at emma lake where is some times go.
    where do you go? i bet there might be some trails in cypress hills and maybe big muddy badlands
     
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    I wish we had off road parks around here.

    I just cruise off the dirt roads and see what I can find.
     
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    there is a cool sand pit with tight technical trails running around it. you can find it in Raglan ON which is just north of oshawa which is 60k east of toronto.
     
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    yeah good spot ,old baldy the big sand hill in there was a good run,seen a few guys get stuck on it,but now the cops patrol in there ,because most of the property i guess is private.boundary rd and mountjoy rd i dont think they can bother you on those rds thou.any other spots
     
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    the club im part of goes to milton ontario, ardbeg (parry sound), concession lake in bobcaygeon (outside of peterboro)... thats all i'm aware of right now but we have lots of plans for this summer. all you ontario folks should sign up on sontt.com if you're interested! so far all the trails i've been through with these guys have been stock friendly. anything that isn't stock friendly likely has bypasses aswell.
     
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    i know of a power line run up in coldwater but i have never been through it. just seen pics and it looks awful muddy! i don't think it would be stock friendly. unless stock means 31" mud tires.
     
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