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Old 02-09-2011, 11:52 AM
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I am headed to Ruidoso NM for the weekend, does anyone know of any off-roading trails out there??
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There's Coyote Canyon right outside of Tularosa which is a lot of fun...
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Originally Posted by briaros6 View Post
There's Coyote Canyon right outside of Tularosa which is a lot of fun...
But do you know of one in Ruidoso or Cloudcroft?
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Look up Ruidoso Ridge Runners 4x4 Clubon Google, it's the group there and on their site they have a list of trails and difficulty ratings for them.

http://www.zianet.com/ruidosoridgerunners/Trails.html
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I went to the link...THANK YOU!, exactly what I was looking for....Nice photos and interesting trails.....If I can convince the wifey for some off-roading I'll be sure to take some pics! Thanx again! ....By the way how is the new bumper holding up?
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Man I was thinking the same thing, I got to get out thee soon. Thanks for the link also.
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The new bumper seems to be holding up like a champ, but I just haven't had the opportunity to do any wheeling just yet which sucks, but hopefully I'll get out this weekend.

Make sure to get a bunch of pics of the trail(s) you do run this weekend, I'm interested to see what's up there myself...
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I just can't find the cordinates on how to get to those trails....(any help would be appreciated) I'm trying to search it the best I can I even emailed some members from that off-roading club...hopefully I can find out how to get there....I will take as many pics as I can if I get a chance to do some trailin.....if its good we should plan a trip out there to do a trail(s)..perhaps in the snow? and that should be a great test for your bumper
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Originally Posted by briaros6 View Post
Look up Ruidoso Ridge Runners 4x4 Clubon Google, it's the group there and on their site they have a list of trails and difficulty ratings for them.

http://www.zianet.com/ruidosoridgerunners/Trails.html
i tried using this link, but it doesnít seem to exist anymore. Iím gonna be in Ruidoso in May 2019 with 3 or 4 other Jeeps.... really need some good trail and climbing areas. Any help would be awesome
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A lot of that area is on the reservation. It might be hard to find some trails. We had a house there when I grew up.
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