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Old 03-20-2012, 10:09 AM
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Are there any good trails in PA other than Roush Creek?
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Old 03-20-2012, 06:50 PM
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Please post these questions in you local wheeling neighborhood forum... This section is for reporting on the trails that you have just wheeled... not for asking where they are.
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Old 03-21-2012, 09:37 PM
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where you from?
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Old 03-26-2012, 12:22 AM
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I know of a couple good spots in Hazleton area. If your close or willing to drive I would love to get together.
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Originally Posted by jeepin_xj
I know of a couple good spots in Hazleton area. If your close or willing to drive I would love to get together.
I've got family in that area, next time I'm down I'll pm ya!
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ive heard theres some good trails in hazelton, ill have to check it out sometime
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Old 04-05-2012, 03:54 PM
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ive heard theres some good trails in hazelton, ill have to check it out sometime
There is actually some decent ones. I just need people to go with!!!! Are you lifted? I need people that want to go out and play!
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Rock Run, Creek Falls(free and legal) are a couple I like to wheel at.
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There is actually some decent ones. I just need people to go with!!!! Are you lifted? I need people that want to go out and play!
Yes im lifted 6.5" sittin on 33x12.5 mts. Lookin at getting gears and lockers next

And im only about 35-40 minutes from hazelton, ill have to take a ride down sometime
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Originally Posted by xj570

Yes im lifted 6.5" sittin on 33x12.5 mts. Lookin at getting gears and lockers next

And im only about 35-40 minutes from hazelton, ill have to take a ride down sometime
Sounds good. Im at 4.5 with 31's. So you should have no trouble. I'm off most weekends so let me know.
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havent been on here in a while but deffinitly looking to come down there sometime soon
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I Posted These Directions On Another Post And Figured I Could Help Y'all Out Too.

I was born and raised in Shamokin, But grew up in the hills surrounding it. The trails consist of coal dirt or clay. but there are some beautiful areas through out the place. The EASIEST way i can tell anyone on how to find the Elusive Trails Of Shamokin, PA is by taking Route 61 until you hit Market St. then follow Market St. SOUTH until you hit Bear Valley Rd. Countinue along Bear Valley Rd for about 1/2 you'll hit a stop sign and there should be what we call the bus barn ( it's a school bus storage area) across the st. to your left. now you can go left and find some nice LEGAL trails about 2 miles down the road to your right, It's beautiful mine reclomation land. OR you Can continue to go straight and you will hit what Is the 3rd PATCH about 2 miles down the road. When you see the 'NO WINTER MAINTENANCE BEYOND THIS POINT SIGNS' You Should Probably Slow Down To About 20 MPH, there Are some pretty big pot holes, nothing new for PA drivers, And since there Is no center line, sometimes people ride The middle of The road. I Hope This Helps, Any More Questions Feel Free To Ask And I'll Help You Out To The Best Of my Abilities.

If you have a GPS just type in 2246 Anthracite Road, Shamokin, PA 17872. Thats basically where the trail starts. you can also google that address and see the area out there it's beautiful

Here is a video (NOT ME) of so guys wheelin' the trails.
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Wow dude that's awesome! Thanks for the heads up. Next time I'm down in pa I'll have to check it out!
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Originally Posted by dougfrompa View Post
Rock Run, Creek Falls(free and legal) are a couple I like to wheel at.
You mean up above ralston when you say Rock run right? That's right in my neck of the woods!

There's a ton of trails in PA. Out in the coal region (Mt. Carmel, Ashland etc.) it's wheeltastic. I'm from Williamsport, there's quite a few spots we go around here.

Of course thanks to the growing gas industry (ugh. don't get me started) the trails are getting closed and our beautiful offroad scenery is turning into oil pads...
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Originally Posted by Joe Flair

Of course thanks to the growing gas industry (ugh. don't get me started) the trails are getting closed and our beautiful offroad scenery is turning into oil pads...
X2! You should see the **** they're doing up in Sullivan and Bradford counties. I hate going home and seeing them, too bad it's bringing money into the area.
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