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Old January 15th, 2009, 11:17 AM
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So CA; Riverside-San Diego counties?

While hiking recently in the San Jacinto/Santa Rosa Mountains, we kept seeing signs prohibiting OHV use.

So CA guys: Are there any light to moderate (stock D-90) trails open to 4WD vehicles near Hwys 74 / 371 between Palm Desert and Temecula?

Thanks very much.
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Old January 15th, 2009, 12:04 PM
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Try googling trails in the area. You would be surprised, I have found many trails that are easily and legally accessed in my area around Mt. Baldy, Big Bear, Wrightwood that are for both the experienced and beginners. Often the trails will paralell one another so if the going gets tough, you can opt for the 'easier" route, however the d90's capabilities is so far superior to any other trail mongers, you'll find that you often leave others in the dust...literally!
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