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    Round Mountain to Burney?

    Anyone know an offroad, or on/offroad route from Round Mountain to Burney?

    Trying to stay off 299.

    Thanks!

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    Why are you trying to ride from Round Mountain to Burney? Are you on some kind of death ride? I think the only thing off road in that area is a bunch of logging roads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ham Er Hed View Post
    Why are you trying to ride from Round Mountain to Burney? Are you on some kind of death ride? I think the only thing off road in that area is a bunch of logging roads.
    Passing thru on an unsupported trip, so I don't need a road, or a store, etc...so why not stay off 299. I know folks ride that section of 299, but they all report that the motorists are less than wonderful. Fern to Smith to Rd 1 to Tamarack to Jack Rabbit is also a good choice. Just looking for something off road is all.

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    I've ridden Tamarack Rd from Whitmore to Burney Mtn and back. Tamarack was very, very dusty but otherwise unremarkable. It does avoid 299 so that's a plus!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LemurianGuy View Post
    I've ridden Tamarack Rd from Whitmore to Burney Mtn and back. Tamarack was very, very dusty but otherwise unremarkable. It does avoid 299 so that's a plus!
    Thanks for the info LG. I owe ya a coldie.........

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