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Man Camp 2012

Discussion in 'Off-Roading & Trails' started by NickJ*97756, Mar 27, 2012.

  1. NickJ*97756

    NickJ*97756 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Went camping the past few days in the Ochoco mountains in Oregon. It was sunny/snowing/raining/ and 25-30mph wind gusts. Not to mention the cougar (mountain lion) tracks outside of our camp. Overall it was way fun. Did some offroading and had to accept defeat on one trail. Dam snow!! About 5000' elevation

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    Figuring out where we should go
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    Found the trial

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    Camp

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    We got up in the morning and went on a little adventure.

    We had to accept defeat on this trail but this is a good picture. 4 low wouldn't even make it

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    onto new trails. this is my buddy and his 95 pickup with me

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    On the way home

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    Enjoy
     
  2. KalamaKid

    KalamaKid Well-Known Member

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    same shit as everyone else
    I'm hoping to get out there this spring! Looks like ya'll had a lot of fun!
     
  3. NickJ*97756

    NickJ*97756 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    It was fun but cold! The trails were all muddy and snowy but the snow was frozen and crusty so it was hard to make it very far
     
  4. 06rubi

    06rubi Well-Known Member

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    I live at 5000' and I ain't in the mountains I'm in the prairie! Funny how different our country is. Drove over plenty of mountain passes over 12,000' and a few over 13,000'. Jealous yall can camp already, still way to cold to camp comfortably here though. Gets down to single digits an low teens at night still. Looks like yall had fun!
     
  5. NickJ*97756

    NickJ*97756 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    It's not really mountains that's what they just call them. I live At about 3500'. The mountains around here are to the west at 9,000-14,000'. We went east though. But I bet it is still dam cold there. I have a buddy who lives in Colorado. Late winter= way less camping. Hope you can get out soon though
     
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