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Old August 29th, 2008, 02:34 PM   #1
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Default Grayling area trails

Camping in Grayling this weekend and i am curious as to the trails in the area if there are any. Taking the truck and in case we get bored with friends quads and dirt bikes, it would be nice to know of trail in the area that i can take the F-150 SCrew on that i usually have at the trails and the mounds. I will be checking for reply's before i hit the road in a few hours.
Thanks in advance to anyone who know's the area and the trails aroung there.
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Old August 29th, 2008, 03:50 PM   #2
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really can't get lost in the trails in Grayling.... take the trails north or south of M-72 (west of the 75 business loop) or take the trails off of military road just north of 4mile.... if you wanted to see maps, I posted my GPS tracks under that section of this form.... good luck!!
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Old August 29th, 2008, 05:05 PM   #3
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the ranges are huge and unless you know some of the main trails its very easy to end up going in the wrong direction. the best trails are the tank trails and the trails around the ranges.
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Watch out for some of those tank trails. I bent the pass front tube of my 02 GC wheeling on them. There are some rocks and big rutts hidden in the sand. 02 GC's aren't pre-runners by the way. lol
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Watch out for the C/O's. Seen one north of 4 mile rd looking for atv's the other night. Some not to educated people still think they can ride the snowmobile trails on an atv.
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