Re: wheeling spots in South Carolina lowcountry??
triplec, i have the same dilema, the area off cross county looks like its worth exploring but now its posted and patroled. i was out wandering last weekend near laurel hill off snake road and saw some "trails" that headed back into the woods. 1 looked like it hadnt been used in years the other looked fairly fresh, it was just after a heavy rain and was super muddy, very rutted although there were no fresh tire tracks? only went in about 1/4 mile as it was getting dark and i was alone, i'll definately get back there to check it out sometime, could be a dud, but its at least worth a look as our low country options seem low. if you get any feedback on summerville trails, please drop me an email
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