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Photojojo
05-20-2007, 12:12 AM
This trip report will be short on my part.

http://chrisjennings.smugmug.com/photos/154280973-M.jpg

This is after the trail opened up and we got out of the rocks.

That's it...Oh yeah. I had fun...some of the time.

Cagiva 549
05-20-2007, 07:50 AM
That looks like the trail we rode down off the side of the Talimena When I was breaking in the new 450 in april . It had a lot of ATV traffic , the wheel ruts rubbed the trees on both sides . SEYA

Goat Trail Green
05-20-2007, 08:43 AM
I had a riot !

Get Bent and I rode for 3 days straight.

Thursday night we were very lucky. I was fortunate enought to only hit the ear of a deer at 40-45 mph. We were doing a gravel road/goat trail loop from Clayton out to Daisy and back. At about 915 p.m. we finally made it back to pavement. We get going about 40-45 mph when a doe comes up bank from the ditch. I hit both brakes along with ducking away from her. For some reason she decides not to jump and turns towards the rear of the bike. (Of course this is all in a flash). I have to say that is the first time I have felt the ear of a deer brush my calf above my motocross boots and below my knee pads at 40 mph. Unreal. I feel very fortunate !
Highlights
We met a group of TWTEX Road warriors at the Shell station in Clayton.
We found a bunch of good trails around the Maxwell Creek/Caves area.
Get Bent found his rythem. Look out Adam :) He is smooth and quick !!! :)
Saturday we hooked up with Photojojo along with Outlaw6guy and his crew. What a great group. One the guys,Jim Stovall I knew from 1988 and had not seen him since that time. Small world.
The INT seems to be just as rough when it is dry as when it is wet... LOL :zen:
Firebreaks make great trails. :trust:
I will add some pics in the next few days.

Mike Green

GetBent
05-20-2007, 12:56 PM
Hands down, this was the most challenging ride I have ever been on. To top it off, I got to ride when some of the most friendly, helpful and fun guys. Mike and I started our ride Thurdsay about 4pm. We headed out on some fast gravel roads looking for some more interesting trails. We finally got into some more interesting trails. I was moving along in 3rd and hit "I still don't know" and went over the bars, landed on a rock with my left shoulder, then felt the bike land on my legs. The funny part is I hear Mike's exhaust, so I figured he was a few feet away getting ready to assist, but I could not rotate my body to see. I waited about 30 seconds and still no Mike! hehe..He was actually around the corner, unable to see what happened. I manage to wrangle the bike of my legs and get up just as soon as Mike comes back around the corner. Turns out I bent my bars. Mike points out that I am carrying a earth salad hanging our of my riding pants(dirt, grass, and rocks)...that was funny. So we head out again..We ended up on a fire break. At first, not so bad. Then it got nasty. I would have to say it was more difficult than the INT, it was so thick with fallen trees, brush and huge rocks. I was dealing with my engine boiling over and wearing my self out kicking an overheated bike. Mike helped me many time pulling my stalled bike over obstacles and took his turn kicking it. We finally get within a hundred yards to the logging road and it is just trees, laying down on each other. We just hit the throttle hard and rode on top of the brush, very exciting!! Well, we made it back in town about 9:30pm, had a cold sandwich, went to bed. Friday was much the same way. Many goat roads, deep mud holes, creek crossings waist deep, and one heck of a hill climb. I think Mike got a picture of the hill we climbed. We made it back in town just in time to get some delicious hot pizza friday night......mmmm, yummy! Then it was up early for the Saturday INT. I want to say that I could not have ridden with a better group. It was good to meet Jack, John, Brandon, Jim and Tom. Mike, Chris and I met them at the state park and headed out for a vigorous, tough ride. I felt very lucky to be riding with such talented riders. Brandon offered up a lot of support and advice making the ride much more enjoyable. Mike certainly made his point, you have got to ride this trail with some speed to stay on top of the rocks and out of trouble. Well, I will let someone else pick up on the INT story. I think Jack got some good video displaying the effects of gravity, too. Again, thanks to everyone for letting a rookie rider on a BRP run the INT with ya'll. Now that is what I call dualsporting!!:rider:

Goat Trail Green
05-20-2007, 04:48 PM
BRP LOVE


http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154479495-M.jpg

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One of the shallow water crossing :rider:

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http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154481938-M.jpg

This hole was over waist deep in the center. I tried walking beside my bike on Jim's line. The next thing I know water in coming in the top of my boots !

http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154482111-M.jpg

Goat trail/Fire break

http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154482180-M.jpg

The sun is setting and we are no where close to civilization

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Sucess we are out of the fire break and on gravel :clap:

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Then it got real dark

http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154482764-M.jpg

Night navigating. To bad I didn't down load the maps to the right of the grid line. Tony I will listen next time. :doh: Atleast the GPS compass worked and we had a bread crumb...

http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154482654-M.jpg

Exploring some more goat trails

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http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154483101-M.jpg

The real goat trails :-P
At the bottom
http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154483268-M.jpg

A third of the way up, looking up.

http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154483356-M.jpg

Half way up, looking up.

http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154483546-M.jpg

Somewhere past half way looking down.

http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154483738-M.jpg

INT creek crossing

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Taking a Break

http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154484527-M.jpg

Thats all

Mike Green




Mike Green

Iceman Jack
05-21-2007, 12:12 PM
Did anyone get the number of that truck? Yeah, the one that landed on top of me. I'll be back shortly with my report, I've got to wake up first though. I will say this, what a great bunch of guys to ride with, and that billyji.....................that boy fly's on that ATK!
And Tourmeister...........thanks for this site.

GetBent
05-21-2007, 01:39 PM
http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154862423-L.jpg
Bikes waiting to go at Sardis
http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154862609-L.jpg
http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154862889-L.jpg
Mike's glamouor shot...I think this one is for the fiance
http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154863226-L.jpg
entrance to the cave
http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154863681-L.jpg
Mike making light work of it
http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154863801-L.jpg
http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154863938-L.jpg
what a view, eh?
http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154864074-L.jpg
Maxwell Creek
http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154864250-L.jpg
Top of Maxwell Creek
http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154864504-L.jpg
getting ready to head out on the INT
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left to right/Mike,Tom and Brandon
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Jack and the cleanest KTM ever seen
http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154864938-L.jpg
Chris(photojoto)

Iceman Jack
05-21-2007, 03:06 PM
Great pics Jim, too bad that clean KTM didn't stay that way. I didn't get many still shots, since I was packin a helmet cam, but I'll post what I got, and as soon as I can get the video somewhere, I'll post a link to it.

Okie motor home. We were behind this guy for 15 miles, on the way to Talihina Friday evening.
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billyji getting ready to ride,Saturday morning
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Jim Stovall's bike, waiting on him to saddle up.
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Mr. Wheelie himself.....Jon Pomeroy gettin ready to haul it.
http://i6.tinypic.com/4u8yn1e.jpg

Jim & Brandon getting ready.
http://i2.tinypic.com/4msn2ma.jpg

And, at breakfast the next morning.........there was this.
http://i17.tinypic.com/5242xz7.jpg

sonnyjmx68
05-21-2007, 04:35 PM
Did you boys see any Big Foot tracks?:eek2:
I found Jack a smillie---:flip:

Goat Trail Green
05-21-2007, 04:43 PM
Did you boys see any Big Foot tracks?:eek2:
I found Jack a smillie---:flip:

LOL I actually know the guy who dresses up as Big Foot for the Clayton Big Foot festival every year


Mike Green

Iceman Jack
05-21-2007, 04:59 PM
LOL I actually know the guy who dresses up as Big Foot for the Clayton Big Foot festival every year LOL


Mike Green

There's a little story behind Sonny's comment.
Last year, after the Talihina GP, me and Sonny were sitting in a little cafe eating breakfast, and at the table next to us, there were these two older men sitting there eating and having some kind of conversation. One old guy has on a cowboy hat, and the other guy was dressed in Indian looking clothes. I hear the guy in the cowboy hat say something to me, and I said, excuse me? And he says, you boys wanna go up in them hills and see some Bigfoot tracks? All of a sudden all I could think about was the movie Deliverance, with banjo's playing in the background. We declined the offer.

Oh yeah, one more thing Mr. Jones..........see what you missed?

sonnyjmx68
05-21-2007, 05:06 PM
I can't wait for you to go back. I will ride my KTM to Dallas if I have to.:rider:

FirstMan
05-21-2007, 05:51 PM
Thanks for the pictures and writeup guys! I am a little bit envious, but the beach was nice too.



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Iceman Jack
05-21-2007, 10:11 PM
Thanks for the pictures and writeup guys! I am a little bit envious, but the beach was nice too.



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Adam, you would have fit in real nice with this group. Wish you could have been there.

tx246
05-21-2007, 10:46 PM
sorry I couldnt make it this time fellas.....sometimes da family stuff takes over. sounds like a great ride.

thumper
05-22-2007, 12:29 AM
Great Pics!!! And as that area would only have it....a great ride!!!:rider:

GetBent
05-22-2007, 12:47 AM
I almost forgot to tell everyone Mike's new name.....Mike "Goat Trail" Green:mrgreen:

Goat Trail Green
05-22-2007, 10:24 AM
sorry I couldnt make it this time fellas.....sometimes da family stuff takes over. sounds like a great ride.

Gene

We missed you ! By the way there are bottoms to those creek crossings...

Do you have a map of the trails in the park or a URL I can find them at. All my searches show nothing.

Mike Green

Iceman Jack
05-22-2007, 02:51 PM
These pics compliments of fastoldwheelieguy.

GentBent getting ready to get bent!
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Mike Green and Chris Jennings.
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FooFighter showing off his foo?
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Skalywags,Mosquito, and FooFighter talking to a couple of guys that came over from Duncan, Oklahoma to ride.
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L to R= Jim Stovall, Jack Jeter, and Jim.
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Nice horsy! Some guys we met on the trail.
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The bike, me, and the motor home.
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Okay, one more time, this is a gas can?
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Skalywags getting the two smoker ready.
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The goat crew!
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L to R. Brandon where's my hydration hose, Skalywags hey dude lets go surfin, and Mike this tree looks like it needs some help.
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View from the trail.
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sonnyjmx68
05-22-2007, 02:59 PM
Nice Pic's Daddy'O:mrgreen:

tx246
05-22-2007, 05:11 PM
that last picture is "WhiteRocks" or what the locals call DeerLick. There is a neat trail to the top and quite a view from the other side.

So, what did yall think of the INT? Was it gnarly as billed or just another trail.

Now that yall have done the INT, yall need to make a trip to CrossBar in Davis for some pretty great riding. Faster than the INT but just as technical in spots. Lots of topo and water too.

Iceman Jack
05-22-2007, 05:36 PM
that last picture is "WhiteRocks" or what the locals call DeerLick. There is a neat trail to the top and quite a view from the other side.

So, what did yall think of the INT? Was it gnarly as billed or just another trail.

Now that yall have done the INT, yall need to make a trip to CrossBar in Davis for some pretty great riding. Faster than the INT but just as technical in spots. Lots of topo and water too.

Thanks for the info. I want to go back and do it again, and make the loop up to the top of White Rocks.
Every one in our group just loved the place, and it definitely was gnarly in places,lots of places. Nothing impossible, just lots of rocks,and rocks, and more rocks.I'd like to be able to do the INT without having to use a GPS, now that would be fun.......I think.
Right now I waiting on my old knees to quit hurting, and my shoulder to heal. I found the ground Saturday,as I was trying to move up in the column, so I could get some different people on the helmet cam, and I sort of miss judged a tree, and it slammed me to the ground, and naturally I landed on a rock.

GetBent
05-22-2007, 05:51 PM
I feel your pain, Jack. My shoulder found a rock on Thursday after going over the bars (it just healed from a crash at rockyridge in Jan)and my knee is the size of a watermelon! Oh well, thats why we have doctors, right?

Goat Trail Green
05-22-2007, 06:08 PM
Hey Jack

I am thinking one more time and I should be able to heard the goats without a GPS. Then we can fire up on those fire roads :eek2: :eek2:
My shoulder is bruised but it is not sore at all. If I didn't have responsibilities I would be ready to ride again. :rider:

Gene the guys really wanted to hit White Rocks but we were way behind schedule...!!!

Mike Green

FirstMan
05-22-2007, 06:36 PM
Adam, you would have fit in real nice with this group. Wish you could have been there.


Thanks for the compliment, I appreciate it.

I will hopefully be able to post up pictures of a ride or two here, but they might start up in a few months after the "warm" season is over. ;-)

GetBent
05-23-2007, 02:12 AM
Thanks for the compliment, I appreciate it.

I will hopefully be able to post up pictures of a ride or two here, but they might start up in a few months after the "warm" season is over. ;-)

Don't worry, Adam. I will drag you out there. What could a little 100+ degree temp do?:sun:

DFW_Warrior
05-23-2007, 09:11 AM
Mike, it was a pleasure meeting up with you guys in Clayton. From the pics it looks like you had a blast. That is one thing I don't miss too much is night riding is the dirt. It's a whole new animal without light.

thumper
05-23-2007, 02:10 PM
Hey Jack

I am thinking one more time and I should be able to heard the goats without a GPS. Then we can fire up on those fire roads :eek2: :eek2:

Mike Green

So Mike are you putting together a best of the best route.:trust:

Iceman Jack
05-23-2007, 03:10 PM
So Mike are you putting together a best of the best route.:trust:

Uh oh...............this could get interesting!

Photojojo
05-23-2007, 03:17 PM
Maybe it should be best of the worst.

Greasemonkey
05-23-2007, 06:19 PM
Sounds like something I might be interested in.Are porkchops involved:clap:

Goat Trail Green
05-23-2007, 09:50 PM
So Mike are you putting together a best of the best route.:trust:


I have plans :lol2: and it looks like there are already participants ;-)

A Caves loop and the INT out and back.

Mike Green

ScottH
05-23-2007, 11:45 PM
I almost forgot to tell everyone Mike's new name.....Mike "Goat Trail" Green:mrgreen:

Actually, after INT #1 we all voted to change Mike's forum name to "Goat Herder"

irondawg
05-24-2007, 02:48 PM
I have plans :lol2: and it looks like there are already participants ;-)

A Caves loop and the INT out and back.

Mike Green

Schweet!! Good reason for another INT beating...:rider:

And yes, someone needs to changes mike handle to GoatHerder.

tx246
05-24-2007, 11:43 PM
Fellas. We just rode part of the INT. It continues on the other side of the ridge to the north on the other side of Talmena Drive and goes West to 271. Ive never been on the North Side. I do have a map though......

Goat Trail Green
05-25-2007, 07:39 AM
Fellas. We just rode part of the INT. It continues on the other side of the ridge to the north on the other side of Talmena Drive and goes West to 271. Ive never been on the North Side. I do have a map though......

Excellent !!!!

Now we just need to leave earlier :)

Breakfast in Muse. Nothing like a 27 mile stroll of INT before breakfast ;)

Continue on and stop back in Muse for lunch then head back to the park.....

Sounds like a good day to me....

Gene didn't you tell me on the phone that local guy has a 110 mile track

Mike Green

Photojojo
05-25-2007, 08:49 AM
It looks like Reichert and Summerfield are the closest thing to towns that are in that general area. If they had fuel it could be done. If not we could stash gas on the trail somewhere. Did I hear stands up at 6:00 a.m.?

Iceman Jack
05-25-2007, 09:30 AM
Give me about another week or two for all my bruises to heal, and I'll be ready to go! At the last Talihina GP, me and Brandon, and a couple of other guys rode part of the INT on the North side of 271. A little different than the South side, but still plenty of rocks!:eek2:

thumper
05-25-2007, 09:46 AM
Hey Mike or Gene and everyone else! I'm going back the weekend before or after 7/4. We'll be on Lake Sardis at Potato Hills Central [5 miles north of Clayton]. It'll be a 5 day stay for me.

I sure would like to tag along if anyones going.:trust:

Goat Trail Green
05-25-2007, 10:55 AM
It looks like Reichert and Summerfield are the closest thing to towns that are in that general area. If they had fuel it could be done. If not we could stash gas on the trail somewhere. Did I hear stands up at 6:00 a.m.?

I was in Reichert looking at a cabin that Thursday before INT Part Deux. I saw a volunteer fire department and nothing else....Doesn't mean there isn't something there BUT.....FYI..
It would be a good place to stash gas....


Thumper It will be warm up there that time of year. I will elt you know if i am going

Mike Green

ps Man old guys take a long time to heal :rofl:

Tourmeister
05-31-2007, 01:36 PM
Awesome report! Looks like a good time!

http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154863681-L.jpg

http://blacksheep4x4.smugmug.com/photos/154863801-L.jpg

Take away the trees and lovely shade and this is what we were doing in Arizona last week a DR650, KLR650 and KTM625, all loaded with camping gear :eek2: It was uh... challenging :-P

Nice RV :dude:

Iceman Jack
05-31-2007, 05:18 PM
Compared to you'lls AZ ride,ours was a cake walk.After reading some of the ride report,it looks like you guys like to do it the hard way. Ahhhhhh, but the memories.

Iceman Jack
06-14-2007, 11:31 AM
Knob Creek Gang does the INT video. This is my first ever attempt to do any kind of video.......so you'll don't point, laugh, and make fun of me.Hope you enjoy it, and if you watch until the very last minute or so, you get to see me bust my rear!
http://www.treebanger.com/STORAGE/INT_Trailride.asf

thumper
06-14-2007, 10:03 PM
Great vid, but I don't understand the quality. I've noticed Texas DR's helmet cam films about the same, but I never asked why.

Iceman Jack
06-14-2007, 10:22 PM
Great vid, but I don't understand the quality. I've noticed Texas DR's helmet cam films about the same, but I never asked why.

Not sure I understand your question Tim? I agree with you about the qualty of the video.It wasn't the best I've ever seen, but it also wasn't the worst I've ever seen. I know it was probably too long, but this was my first ever time to do a video. If I was to do another one, I wouldn't make it more than ten minutes long. Twenty five minutes is just way too long. Come on up and go ridding with my group, and lets make a class video, maybe I can get a shot of you crashing, instead of myself. LOL Oh yeah, another thing.........I borrowed the helmet cam from a friend of mine.

Photojojo
06-14-2007, 11:19 PM
Why is it so bouncy?

thumper
06-14-2007, 11:27 PM
I thought the filming itself was great, but I've seen some helmet cams[I guess that's what they were] that are always crystal clear even with fast movement. I was just curious if the quality varies alot or there's something to do with the set-up itself.


As far as the crashing, I'm sure I'll be right in there! I just hope your not all that good at catching it!:lol2:

Iceman Jack
06-15-2007, 12:42 PM
Why is it so bouncy?

Chris,I've watched it off the CD, and off the link and neither of mine did any bouncing, that I noticed.

I thought the filming itself was great, but I've seen some helmet cams[I guess that's what they were] that are always crystal clear even with fast movement. I was just curious if the quality varies alot or there's something to do with the set-up itself.

As far as the crashing, I'm sure I'll be right in there! I just hope your not all that good at catching it!

I think the quality of the video, or lack there of, is basically due to the quality of the helmet cam. But then again, like I said, I borrowed this helmet cam set up,so I don't know if it is good set up or not.I may look into buying a helmet cam, but then again, maybe I won't. Dragging all that extra stuff around in a pain. I'd rather just point and gas it, and not worry about breaking my camera!

Photojojo
06-15-2007, 12:45 PM
Chris,I've watched it off the CD, and off the link and neither of mine did any bouncing, that I noticed.


I was being sarcastic, rocks = bouncy. ;-)

Iceman Jack
06-15-2007, 01:15 PM
I was being sarcastic, rocks = bouncy. ;-)

I guess I'm a little slow catching on..........huh?

thumper
06-15-2007, 01:24 PM
Yeah, dragging all that stuff around can get old, but videos are good stuff [or evidence:trust: ].

I really wanna get back up there soon. When I was looking at y'alls pics, I had a sudden flashback of Mike's recent Clayton ride [day 3 in paticular].

The phrase ''We're gonna start off easy'' and the first pic go together.Along with that fimiliar smirk in the second pic!:lol2:
http://www.twtex.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=2660&stc=1&d=1181926637http://www.twtex.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=2661&stc=1&d=1181931890

GetBent
06-16-2007, 09:10 PM
Just watched the video. Really awesome! As soon as I know my address I will pm you and get a copy of this. Thanks for doing the work jack.

Iceman Jack
06-16-2007, 09:15 PM
Just watched the video. Really awesome! As soon as I know my address I will pm you and get a copy of this. Thanks for doing the work jack.

It was my pleasure Jim. Let me know when you get settled, and I'll send you a copy.
Me, Mike and another seven guys rode the Cross Bar ranch today. It was a load of fun. The city of Davis Oklahoma has done an excelent job of providing us a place to ride.

McLeod
06-25-2007, 07:40 PM
On Sunday I ran the lower portion of the INT trail from Billy Creek to RD6022. What a blast. I hope that US Forest Service keeps that trail open. That's just pure holsome goodness that you can't fine many places.

I wish we would have had the time to run the entire length of the trail. Where dose it end? How much nastier dose it get?

We turned left up RD6022 until we turned around due to time.

We were looking for the white cliffs, dose anyone know where they are?

Iceman Jack
06-25-2007, 09:49 PM
On Sunday I ran the lower portion of the INT trail from Billy Creek to RD6022. What a blast. I hope that US Forest Service keeps that trail open. That's just pure holsome goodness that you can't fine many places.

I wish we would have had the time to run the entire length of the trail. Where dose it end? How much nastier dose it get?

We turned left up RD6022 until we turned around due to time.

We were looking for the white cliffs, dose anyone know where they are?

When we rode from the Park to Muse, we passed the cliffs. Even stopped and marveled at them for a few minutes, But I'll be darned if I can tell you exactly where they are. I'd say about 15 miles out from the park. Mine Green can tell you more than I can, he had the GPS, I was just following him.