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I think it's time we unite and step up to adopt a trail. This means we'll have to work a few times a year and do some grunt work to maintain the trail.

Does this interest you? With trail adoption will come with some perks (keys, access, etc.). If you enjoy the trails in socal and want to do something to make sure they stay open, this is a good chance to do that.

List of those interested:
  1. Fjamming
  2. mtrent3450
  3. mattmainster
  4. jeshua
  5. DominicG
  6. FJVP
  7. tmaxxgod4
  8. oscarr
  9. sdotbailey
  10. GTKrockeTT
  11. BigDouggieDoug
  12. Tubig
  13. SoCalOCFJ
  14. CADavebert
  15. h535
  16. Underthehood
  17. dhawk
  18. LBCAFJ
  19. stockFJ
  20. alden
  21. boboso
  22. unknownuserx
  23. Greg2308
  24. yusuke41
  25. boss73
  26. JBIRD8403
  27. MakFJdonas
  28. FJ-Piper
  29. mtnkraut
  30. Krishna
  31. Chris
  32. kokopeli
  33. sandstormer58
  34. hardluck
  35. Moeses18
  36. ZenMoto
  37. vhram
  38. lonelydriver
  39. Eagle Scout
  40. Mir207
  41. cammo
  42. Volhoo
  43. Gon2srf
  44. Wombat
  45. Pointman1776
  46. Biff...
  47. Bob180
  48. busta3396
  49. butchie2srf
  50. spertierra
The trails we've adopted are 3N59A (Luna Mountain Trail) and 2N06X (Lower Larga Flats Trail). They are moderate and difficult in rating respectively.

I will need you to send me your full name, phone number, and city of residence. I need this for safety reasons and also to get you covered in insurance.

Thanks!
 

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Count me in! That is one of the reasons I like to do the Calico cleanup and the Tin Benders Jamboree (Johnson Valley Cleanup). I feel we owe it to our offroad community and it is a good example to our kids.
 

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I got you both. Come on SoCal!
 

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i'm in.
 

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Got you both. :)
 

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If you guys missed the Lytle Creek run, we were fortunate to have a ranger open up a locked trail and personally escorted us to the backside of the Baldy resort. It's a locked year round so it was a real treat.

When you adopt a trail, you can take pride in knowing that you've done something good and that you've made a difference. Not to mention it's always fun to get together. What a great excuse!
 

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That was definitely a fun run and it would be a great trail to pursue for adoption.
I know the ranger dropped the ball, but I say keep on trying!
 

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I'd be up to help out anytime I can...Remember though, I am a lifted 2WD and may not be able to get where you 4WD studs go!
 

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That trail has already been adopted. I'm not sure which trails are open for adoption, but we'll work on that when we have enough interest.
 

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I'd be up to help out anytime I can...Remember though, I am a lifted 2WD and may not be able to get where you 4WD studs go!
Don't underestimate the 2wd! Thanks for volunteering. I'll add you to the list. When it's time to pick, it's going to be really fun!
 

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i am in.... i am limited in what can do physically because of my feet... but i will do whatever i can do
 

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Thanks tmaxxgod4.
 

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count me in its for a good cause.No problem doing some grunt work.
 

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Thanks oscarr and sdotbailey!
 

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Got ya.
 

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Tony, If you are really serious about trail adoption, you need to check out the San Bernardino National Forest Adopt a Trail website. The SBNF AAT program is the model for the rest of the country. And if you want to get involved there are meetings every quarter, with the next one on April 16th.
My club 4X4 Freelanders have adopted Pipe's Canyon 1NO1 at the top of Onyx Summit. There is a lot of work involved, and this shouldn't be entered into lightly. If you want give me a call next week when you get back from Mojave.
www.sbnf.org/ohvadopt.php
Tom
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