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    Web Wheeler TheGreenNoob's Avatar
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    Bay Area 4x4 trails

    I have been combing the internet for a while looking for some trails close to the East Bay. Been down to Hollister Hills SVRA. Carnegie looks like it is ATV/MX. I am thinking about Cow Mountain or Prairie City. Just looking for a 1/2-3/4 day trip. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreenNoob View Post
    I have been combing the internet for a while looking for some trails close to the East Bay. Been down to Hollister Hills SVRA. Carnegie looks like it is ATV/MX. I am thinking about Cow Mountain or Prairie City. Just looking for a 1/2-3/4 day trip. Thanks!
    It really depends on how extreme/tame you're looking for.

    A few of the places I've been (not really East Bay, but ...)

    Knoxville ORV near Napa. Tame dirt roads, but hardly any people.
    Carnegie has a little 4X4 park, it's fine for 1/2 day with some buddies.

    There's also a place called Frank Raines (I think) but I never made it there.

    That being said, it really is worth it to head to the Sierra's even if you just do a day trip. There I would recommend Eagles Lakes, Slickrock, and Niagara Rim Trail. Or even the beginning part of the Rubicon.

    I remember trying to get away for a day was really hard, but now it's even worse for me!! * I live in central London.

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