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    Luna Lake - cool stuff?

    whatchu got? looking for cool stuff in the immediate vicinity of Luna Lake - like things to do from a base camp - we have old dogs.........trails, fishing spots, killer diners, three headed snake farms.........bust it out, i wanna know. road tripping along 180 to Gila, NM so it looks like a cool spot to investigate. thanks in advance! Steve Garro, Coconino Cycles.
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    Blue Ridge Primtive Area south of Alpine might be worth checking out. Lots of trails to explore
    http://www.fs.fed.us/r3/asnf/recreat...blu_list.shtml. Never been there, but it is on my lsit of places to visit.


    Quote Originally Posted by coconinocycles
    whatchu got? looking for cool stuff in the immediate vicinity of Luna Lake - like things to do from a base camp - we have old dogs.........trails, fishing spots, killer diners, three headed snake farms.........bust it out, i wanna know. road tripping along 180 to Gila, NM so it looks like a cool spot to investigate. thanks in advance! Steve Garro, Coconino Cycles.

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    Looks like there is an good trail system on the site but would be for hiking only. I kept seeing this recurring message on the trails.

    "Notes: No mechanized vehicles (including mountain bikes) permitted in Primitive area"

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    Quote Originally Posted by crAZy Irish
    Looks like there is an good trail system on the site but would be for hiking only. I kept seeing this recurring message on the trails.

    "Notes: No mechanized vehicles (including mountain bikes) permitted in Primitive area"

    pretty sure you can take assistive technology into federal wilderness, tho primitive areas may have different rules.
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    Stop by f.s. office in Springerville for trail maps , some mild single track just west of Alpine . Alot of trails in proximity of Eager / Big Lake area , just a short drive from Alpine .

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    thanks - i think i got enough beta from an ex Alpine resident to make it worth checking out - i'll give a field report. wish we had more time in the Gila - some great stuff there! Steve Garro, Coconino Cycles.
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