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Welcome! What sort of off-roading is available in your area? Any "public lands" in Georgia?
Well yes thereโ€™s plenty to explore here. The Georgia traverse is a good well mapped bunch of trails to explore. So far with the new LC we have only explored a small part of the the blue ridge mountain area with plans for much more soon. We have various levels of trails ranging from gravel roads to the 5-7 out of 10 (technical levels) which would call for much more Mods to be done on my LC for it to be a good experience I believe. At the end of month I plan to try some 3-5 level trails which should be a good time.
 

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Well yes thereโ€™s plenty to explore here. The Georgia traverse is a good well mapped bunch of trails to explore. So far with the new LC we have only explored a small part of the the blue ridge mountain area with plans for much more soon. We have various levels of trails ranging from gravel roads to the 5-7 out of 10 (technical levels) which would call for much more Mods to be done on my LC for it to be a good experience I believe. At the end of month I plan to try some 3-5 level trails which should be a good time.
Beautiful country! Where I roam, typically not a tree to be seen, well except Yucca "trees". Cactus aplenty.
 
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Beautiful country! Where I roam, typically not a tree to be seen, well except Yucca "trees". Cactus aplenty.
I forgot to ask, where is it that you're located? I got to Moab in Utah a few years back and I have wanted to go back, since the day I left.
 
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