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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-28-2001, 07:00 PM
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Texas cheapest places to go

Anyone been to or know where Dumas, shiloh Ridge, or Trinity River Trails in Arlington Texas? These where in the new Petersen's 4 Wheel & Off-Road.

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dumas is over in the pan handle never been wheeling though
i live close to arlington and i never heard there were trails there....

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is the trinity river trails better known as 360?

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Shiloh Ridge is in Alto Tx, about 50 miles south of Tyler. To find it on a map, find Tyler and go straight down US69, and its a few miles north of Alto. I've never been there, but I have seen some built up Zukes covered with mud at gas stations in the area. I've been told that there are some Suzuki drivers from Houston that come up there but don't know this for sure.

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360 is private property and enforced No Trespassing. I can't believe that a national publication would promote such a place.

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Hey red26 Dumas is 45miles north of Amarillo the only place I know of in these parts is the Canadian river it is located about 20miles south of Dumas.there is water,mud,quicksand,rocks,hills,open to the public free access that is just watch out for the stupid people but it is not bad. There is also some jeep trails down in Palo Duro canyon about 15miles or so south of Amarillo am trying to git connected to see if they will let us zuki's do some trailing down there will let you know what I find out later Alan

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