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    Default Buffalo Mine trail?

    I've heard about the Buffalo Mine trail. What kind of ATV riding is their?
    Is it difficult or too easy? I usually ride at knik/jim creek but I wanna get to know other places to ride.



    Thanks for any info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakay93 View Post
    I've heard about the Buffalo Mine trail. What kind of ATV riding is their?
    Is it difficult or too easy? I usually ride at knik/jim creek but I wanna get to know other places to ride.



    Thanks for any info.
    we went there last year it is not difficult nice riding also it can be connect to jonesville we will go there this weekend ( memorial day weekend) at jonesville we plan to riding througth to buffalo mines

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    Here is a link to a map of the trail from Jonesville over to Buffalo Mine area

    http://alaskaatvclub.org/smfforum/index.php?topic=67.0

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    Default Moose Creek crossing

    Requardless of which end you start at, Jonesville or Buffalo Mine Road, the Moose Creek crossing is very doable, a little deep, but not bad. Was up there Sunday the 17th.

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    There's still a 4wheeler bridge over the creek, right?

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    The bridge is gone away. You and the salmon will have to fight it out for crossing rights

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    Default Bridge

    The bridge was removed as unsafe. If and whenever the funds become available, a new bridge will be built. There is a motorized crossing permit to the right of the bridge placement by the State of Alaska. If crossing from the Buffalo Mine Road side, hang hard right next to the ridge of boulders, it looks scary, but is shallow there. Have fun!

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