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WhiteRhino
September 28th, 2006, 09:38 AM
Last week while pre-running for Gitchee Gumee, GLFWDA was invited out to check out some private land by the owner. She has 122 acres of absolutely awesome Canadian property! It has mud holes, steep up hill dirt hills with rocks and rock courses. She currently has about 15 different trails and from what little we saw, on a scale of 1-5, the difficulty ranges from 3 to 5+. There are rock challenges that will push the limit of any vehicle including buggies.

Her goal is to turn this into a park type setting. The current setup is $10 per day per vehicle and you have to sign a liability waiver. The property is roughly 20-30 minutes outside of Sault St Marie Canada.

This is the same property the Loonie Run is run on.

If you are interested in checking it out, contact Charlene at 705-781-2201.

Recognize that this is a start up venture and is currently very primitive.

Ironman will be posting pics of this soon.

Creative Fab
September 28th, 2006, 09:48 AM
Here are the pics!

I really could go back today and run these trails, if only I had money left after GG.

SKIP
September 28th, 2006, 11:44 AM
I was wondering how this went!
Nobody had mentioned it anywhere prior to this.
Looks like more potential riding area.
Does she have the boundaries of the property clearly marked?
Does she have the trails across the whole property?
Any "scramble" type areas in the park?

WhiteRhino
September 28th, 2006, 11:47 AM
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I was wondering how this went&#33;
Nobody had mentioned it anywhere prior to this.
Looks like more potential riding area.
Does she have the boundaries of the property clearly marked?
Does she have the trails across the whole property?
Any "scramble" type areas in the park?
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Boundaries? not really.
15 trails on 122 acres is a lot. But there is more to develop.

I would say it is all trails. No sramble area.

Jarhead
September 28th, 2006, 05:58 PM
It looks like the Stockers will still have to play Hide and Seek with the Provincial Police :poke: