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Old January 30th, 2012, 10:02 AM   #1
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Are there any trails around white cloud and bitely area? After doing a search I see that many of the trails were blocked off and became illegal a few years back. Is this still the case? Just looking for options that are still legal.

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Old January 30th, 2012, 10:06 AM   #2
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There are a ton of seasonal roads yet. There are a few people that still get together and ride them, just flat dusty two tracks.
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Not too much of anything fun.you need to go to the parks if you want any challenges
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Thanks for the info. I am not looking for anything real challenging (no lockers, no winch). Looking for something more scenic, relaxing, with a bit of adventure mixed in. Do any of the legal two tracks provide this or should I look somewhere else?
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Most of the trails I know of up there are dry,dusty,and flat,not much to see.
I see you are from GR, if you go down towards allegan you can find some cool stuff to explore,but not much challenging wheeling.Lots of wildlife,swamps,marshes,the best trails are closed to vehicals,but fun to walk.
Whenever we get lake effect snow the bravo/pullman area in allegan gets hammered,you can do some pretty good snow wheeling around there,113th and 53 street area, iirc.
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