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Where is your FAVORITE place to wheel?? Photos and or description please!

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Where is your favorite place to wheel?? Any info about the area and photos would be great too! :usa:
 
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It's double top secret...
An act casual
say nothing kinda place.:flipoff2:

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Johnson Valley, CA without a doubt. Wheeling on the rubicon is beautiful, wheeling on the east coast was fun, wheeling in Idaho has been fun, wheeling in so cal when I got into wheeling was a blast but something about hammers just feels like home.

I hope it doesn’t change too much as people buy up land out there.
 
Way to many places are my favorite, must be because the journey is the destination. Anytime I’m drinking beer with my group is my favorite spot. Have had some good times at Johnson Valley, Rubicon, Sand Hollow, Moab, Montrose, Farmington, Gypsum.

Trail Hero is going on right now. Wish I was there
 
Truckhaven Hills, California. Its less than two hours away, and is a maze of thousands of interconnecting trails where flexy suspensions rule.

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Sierra's around Shaver Lake. Beautiful scenery, great trout fishing in high altitude lakes, solitude and lots of rocks. Fire went through that area recently so its status is unknown right now. I do know the fire went across the trail heads for most of the good trails, but didn't make it up to the lakes we like to fish/camp at; Strawberry, Swamp, Coyote, etc.
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Almost anywhere in Arizona
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Mojave Road. Its a great getaway in the Mojave Preserve, you can take one long day or 5-6 days and really explorer the area. Go nearly every year and have done the area's in sections. Next trip should be exploring the middle section with 3-4 days spent on side trails. None of it is really difficult, but it is very remote. Usually don't turn the hubs but its all about the history of the area and campfires with good friends. This last run was in Feb 2018, it rained, it snowed, there were two nights where we froze our asses off, but it was an adventure I will never forget.
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I love the passes around Ouray and Silverton. Not hard wheeling but definitely the most beautiful. Imogene and Blackbear being my 2 favorites.
 
I live 30 minutes from Carnage canyon. Ive done it at least a dozen times, and it's still callenging.

For views, either wheeler lake or holy Cross.
 
I live 30 minutes from Carnage canyon. Ive done it at least a dozen times, and it's still callenging.

For views, either wheeler lake or holy Cross.

On my to do list for sure!!!
 
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