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    New question here. Gooseberry and what else?

    Heading to Gooseberry in the near future for 2 days of riding but what else should we ride while we are there?

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    Lonely polygamists wives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kendogg
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    Directions and details please!!!

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    Little Creek, Barrels, Mustache, AMA, Zen, Grafton. To name a few.

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    Gould's too.

    Need to go back to St. George and Hurricane soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NAKED1
    Little Creek, Barrels, Mustache, AMA, Zen, Grafton. To name a few.

    Of those which would be the best for our second ride. I am going to take my RFX and my friend will be on his Sultan if that helps.

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    If you only have 2 days, and your buddy is riding a Sultan, then hit up a Zen/Barrel figure 8. 13 miles of techy goodness. If your preference is to keep the ride out on the Hurricane side of town, Little Creek Mesa, or Slickrock swamp are solid choices.
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    havent done the z/b but i can promise ya that little creek is a gas! maybe more fun on the sultan but the rfx wont make it suck unless its speced like a dh rig. a live trail guide is a damn good idea as markings are not always there and its a big fockin area. z/b may be easyer to navigate on yer own.
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    After Goose...

    ...do the Goulds/Rim/JEM trail. This trailhead is about 1 mile from the last stopsign,(where you take the left and head up the Mtn., in Hurricane) It is on the left side of the road, by the cell towers. These three trails if ridden together are @ 21miles. They make a great loop when hooked together. A little of everything. Make sure you come to a complete stop at that stopsign. A nice revenue for the town, from the tourists!!
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    Slickrock Swamp

    Was at Goose earlier this week. Slickrock Swamp was a fun, deserted ride, didn't see anyone on the trail, except a hiker. Hiding down the canyon from dirt to slickrock the trail's getting hard to follow in spots as the National park Service wants to close the area and annex it to Zion NP, so go soon or you may miss out, forever. White dots are the trail markers and they are fading.
    Also went to ZEN Trail west of St. George. At only 2500-3000' it's hotter there so go early. It's much technically harder and steeper than Gooseberry so I found it very tough, but amazing. Much more desert environment than Goose.
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