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Murrieta Trails?

Anyone know of some trails in the Murrieta area? my buddy lives up there and i would like to hit something close this weekend.

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Anyone know of some trails in the Murrieta area? my buddy lives up there and i would like to hit something close this weekend.
North coyote canyon in Anza is about 45 min from Temecula and worth the drive. The landscape is beautiful and there is a section to play on some rocks as well. It closes in June till September. I wouldn't mind joining if you go. You can also explore the fire roads on Ortega mountain that can take you all the way to silverado in Orange County if all the gates are open.

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Bee Canyon in Hemet is really scenic and should have some offshoots that are fun. Main trail is pretty easy though. Another scenic one is Santiago Peak. You can take a fire road from Corona all the way back to the Ortega. Might want to call the ranger station up there though as the last time I was up there the gate was shut on the Ortega end of that.

If you don't mind some pin stripes, Wildomar OHV is a lot of fun. A lot of different trails to take. Some get pretty narrow with trees and shrubs though. And watch out for dirt bikes.

When are you thinking about going out? Any interest in another Jeep going with? Depending on when I might be able to make it
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North coyote canyon in Anza is about 45 min from Temecula and worth the drive. The landscape is beautiful and there is a section to play on some rocks as well. It closes in June till September. I wouldn't mind joining if you go. You can also explore the fire roads on Ortega mountain that can take you all the way to silverado in Orange County if all the gates are open.

http://www.dirtopia.com/wiki/Coyote_Canyon_Trail
will my stock rubicon make it? if so hows sat? meet up arount 10

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will my stock rubicon make it? if so hows sat? meet up arount 10
Sounds good, your rubi will have no issues

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Saturday Upper Coyote Canyon run

Meeting at 9am at the first vellero gas station on the 79 south when exiting from the 15. This is an easy but very scenic trail with an option for some harder stuff. Great run for a stock rig. We will be at the trailhead by 10 and should be having lunch at baileys cabin by noon. After that we can go play on some rocks depending on what everyone wants to do.

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