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    Newbie
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    Newbie

    Going to be in the area for a few days during Christmas looking for some information on trails. Looked like a good place to ask some questions.

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    Wheeler
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    Welcome, what info are you looking for?

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    Hopefully some good trails nearby with gps coords. I was looking at lower bronco, upper looks a little intense for never being in the area.

    Also will the weather conditions even allow wheeling or will there be too much snow?
    Last edited by bearstj; 2 Weeks Ago at 06:34 PM.

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    Wheeler
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    Upper Bronco is buggy territory, the lower section is short and simple but takes 45 min to get to. Dead horse canyon is not as extreme but will give your rig a good work out and it seems to go on forever. Its hit and miss as far as snow but we got a foot last week up high and expect to get some more this week. East of Reno does not get the big snows like the west side so places like bronco should be a bit dryer.

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    Okay cool thanks for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis View Post
    Perfect exactly what I was looking for.

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