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    Default Place to ride this weekend

    I was thinking of heading to Willow or Hatchers, all I am wanting to do is put around and run the dogs. Where do you guys think would have the least traffic? I'm not looking for anything spectacular just some trails to run the pups. Thanks for any help!

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    willow would be fine for that now that they have some snow

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    Right on, I guess I will run up there and putt around.

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    Looking for help on Sun packing in the Big Swamp Trail
    Let me know.
    About 50 miles round trip
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    Boss,

    I'm new to the area just bought a new sled. Where's a good place to park out there if I'm coming from Anc and just want to ride a few hours and maybe come across you Sat or Sun? I'm familiar with the trails from your maps. Don't feel like running out to Deshka and parking. That's the only place I've parked and ridden from around there.

    Thanks for any info.
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    Park at the Commity Center, and pick up a map at the Store just before it.
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    Is there a map online of the trails around willow? This will be my first season really putting miles on my sled!
    Thanks for the info!

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    Here you go. Consider joining or donating, it's cheap and he keeps you informed on trail conditions via emai. I have ridden out there years ago and it's really nice to do some riding on groomed trails especially getting to know a new sled. He does a great job and I'm sure that trail groomer isn't cheap to run.

    http://www.biglaketrails.org/
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    Thumbs up Willow Maps

    Not Big Lake!
    Willow
    Go to waco.org/trails
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Boss View Post
    Not Big Lake!
    Willow
    Go to waco.org/trails
    That link doesn't work....

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    Thank you for the info. You said park at the community center, map explained everything. Thanks again and hope to see you on the trails!
    Riley

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Boss View Post
    Not Big Lake!
    Willow
    Go to waco.org/trails
    Sorry I thought it was one big trail system out there. Show's you how familiar I am with the area.
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