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Old June 18th, 2007, 08:17 PM   #1
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Little "O" ORV trail - Baldwin, MI

ORV trail - 50" and narrower.

This is a very fun trail system with some tight trails, tight trees, and lots of banked corners. Some sandy areas and typical ATV ruts and whoops would make it kind of a PITA on a dirtbike unless your a good enough rider to not care. If your looking for a great dirtbike trail in the area try the Big "O."

We missed a turn for the ORV section at point 67.

The trail as marked is a legal part of the trail system, but we pick back up on the Little "O" at point 136.

As the track is marked from point 67-136 it's a much wider flatter portion of the local trails, and was a nice breakup from the twists, trees, and whoops of the rest of the "O"

Feel free to use for whatever, and if you map the full Little "O" let me know and I will change this title.


The GPX file...
http://www.evilmonkeymedia.com/dl/GPS/littleO.gpx


Parking available at point 1 - N44 01.868 W85 50.576
Or point 361 - N43 55.807 W85 53.703

The Big "O" also starts at point 361



As marked on above GDB (39.4 miles)


Full Little "O"
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Old June 18th, 2007, 09:07 PM   #2
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Now this is really kewl.... I have been wondering where all of the snowmobiler's go and where some of you jeepers go.... I have spent a lot of time in Grayling but am kinda bored of it now.... this is a great avenue for trail sharing!!

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Old June 20th, 2007, 09:17 PM   #3
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Did you take your Jeep through there? 50" is pretty damn narrow.
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Old June 20th, 2007, 10:10 PM   #4
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Did you take your Jeep through there? 50" is pretty damn narrow.
I hope not...because you are not allowed on a ORV Trail with a full size ORV. They can impound your truck if they want.

Now I do like that map/breadcrumb trail you GPS made. I just ordered a Garmin 76Csx....can't wait until it comes in and I can play with the mapping on it.
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Old June 20th, 2007, 10:15 PM   #5
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I hope not...because you are not allowed on a ORV Trail with a full size ORV. They can impound your truck if they want.
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Learn something new everyday. I wasn't aware of that.
ORV Trail is for 50" and less vehicles. MCCCT trail is for cycles only....no quads.

ORV Route is for all vehicles.
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ORV Trail is for 50" and less vehicles. MCCCT trail is for cycles only....no quads.

ORV Route is for all vehicles.
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Did you take your Jeep through there? 50" is pretty damn narrow.
My Jeep hasn't been on state land in about 4 years now. To much hassle for not enough benefit.
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Old October 8th, 2007, 06:48 PM   #10
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Monkey, how do I save tha kind of file to open up in MapSource? I got this strange web page when I click on that.
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