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Old 05-17-2012, 05:24 PM   #1
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Hidden Falls Adventure Park

If you are planning a trip here you better like rocks, and lots of them. Who would have thought it would be so rocky just outside a place called Granite Shoals.? It's a huge park with many different levels of trails. I made it half way through the North loop and then bailed out before I hurt myself or destroyed my bike. You definitely need the full wrap metal skid plate for this place!
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Old 05-17-2012, 06:36 PM   #2
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You got that right! some of the ledges are killer. Still a fun park. We made both loops and only bailed on one ledge, now we didn't make them all but tried.lol
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Old 05-17-2012, 07:11 PM   #3
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Was there last year but I took the jeep. Its an awesome. Place to spend the weekend outdoors.
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Old 05-17-2012, 07:44 PM   #4
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Was there last year but I took the jeep. Its an awesome. Place to spend the weekend outdoors.
Rock sliders are a must unless you don't mind crunching sheetmetal
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Old 05-17-2012, 09:36 PM   #5
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I forgot to mention that if you overshoot the trails there is a good chance you will land in some cactus. I saw a few dudes installing new tubes on their bikes. I wish I had a rock crawler to explore this place. It would take days to drive all the trails.
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I forgot to mention that if you overshoot the trails there is a good chance you will land in some cactus. I saw a few dudes installing new tubes on their bikes. I wish I had a rock crawler to explore this place. It would take days to drive all the trails.
Yeah yeah yeah that's nice...when are we going wakeboarding?
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Old 05-18-2012, 07:41 AM   #7
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I have to be home first, or you can come up to Kingsville. I will be in the water shortly, I just need to eat my Cap'n Crunch first. It's nice being on the water, you can just jump in and go. Why don't you buy a lake place and I will supply the boat.
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I've always wanted to try this place. Any pictures?
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Wheres this place at
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Old 05-18-2012, 12:59 PM   #10
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I've always wanted to try this place. Any pictures?
I shot a lot of go pro video, but I would have to edit it first. It is super long and a lot of it is just me getting lost and trying to figure out where the I am.
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Wheres this place at
Marble Falls, about an hour outside od Austin. Real small town with a population of 6000.
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These are the pics of the Jeep/crawler trails from when RJV and I went.
Scenery is GREAT. WE didn't do any of the "hard" trails, the jeep was 33s, open front, no sliders... did great everywhere though.
There were a few bikes doing laps around the outer fenceline trails... but mostly they stuck to their bike only trails.
https://picasaweb.google.com/chevy42...AdventurePark#
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Here is a video back when I first started riding dirt bikes, its very rocky. Warning I'm going slow so if you get bored easy, spare yourself
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I forgot to mention that if you overshoot the trails there is a good chance you will land in some cactus. I saw a few dudes installing new tubes on their bikes. I wish I had a rock crawler to explore this place. It would take days to drive all the trails.
I've got a rock crawler. Need to finish a few things. Might have to make a trip sometime.
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A Razor would really be fun out there. Just strap in and be ready to roll over.
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