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Wheeling in San Diego....

Hey everyone, I'll be in San Diego in 2 weeks, any good wheeling? I grew up in Chula Vista but I'm sure the city has grown and my old mud holes are full of trac homes now. Thanks for the info!

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I would hit the So Cal section on here, as well as Pirate and jeepaholics.com as there are a ton of people down there that can point you to some great spots
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I would think the Cuyamacas would be good, although I'm not sure about how open they are these days.

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post #4 of 7 Old 10-27-2011, 01:13 AM
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I would think the Cuyamacas would be good, although I'm not sure about how open they are these days.

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Ocotillo Wells - http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=407

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When I lived there we wheeled Ocotillo Wells, Truck Haven is way cool....

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Check out www.dirtopia.com too.

When I was stationed out there I was usually playing up at Big Bear, and the Wells. Occasionally up to last chance canyon, and over to Anza Borrego.


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Dang, all those places are too far! Cuyamaca or Mt. Laguna or Palomar Mountain or Ramona would be better. If anyone knows of any public trails around there, I really won't have more than 4-6 hours to kill so I need the "spot" to be as close as possible. Otay Lakes back in the day was ideal, but it's probably covered in houses by now.

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ramona has some alrite trails, nothing to write home about.

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