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Paragon Rock Crawling

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by wayne, Jun 5, 2001.

  1. wayne

    wayne 3/4 ton status

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    I know these are pics with Heeps but I thought I would show some pics of the trail called Undertaker at Paragon. I plan to try and run this trail when my Jimmy is finished, so maybe then I can post pics of a K5 hammering on this trail.
    http://jamonline.homestead.com/fromthegroundupK54x4/89Jimmy.html
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    Definately there dude!!
    Those trails actually look fullsize friendly :) (ie. not too tight)

    Let me know when you plan to run that.
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    Now that's my kind of trail, looks like a lot of fun.

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    definately a pretty cool trail!

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    I would like ot runs this also! Although it looks like it wont be until next summer... My priorities are all out of wack!

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  6. Chris Demartini

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    <font color=blue>Anyone else besides me want to head up there one day? I think if its only a few trucks you can just show up and wheel. Is there any more plans for the trip this fall?</font color=blue>

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  7. wayne

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    I was thinking after I am ready of getting a few of us togeather and going up there. Won't be ready till about mid July though. I still am not sure what is going to happen with the fullsize run that was in the works for September. Last I heard it was going to be moved to October.

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    Biggray,

    Definately want to head up there sometime soon. If Wayne can't make it till Mid July, then that sounds good to me too. Will give me some time to get my AGR problem fixed. Let's make a plan out of this....some time in July we go up there and wheel. What do you think?
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    FWIW, Paragon is private. Although anyone can go there, they do have some rules. For more info, check out www.paragonap.com

    Yes it's a great wheeling park, been there many times only 'cause I live 20 minutes away!

    Ron
     
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    Ron- you lucky b@stard!

    Anyhoo, how much $$ is involved with, say, 2-3 vehicles showing up as a group? Or as singles? I've been on their site a few times, but couldn't find any dollar figures.

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  11. Chris Demartini

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    <font color=blue>Ron, do you know the park well? The club I'm a member of goes all the time (I couldnt make the last 2 trips) and they usually get a guide, but that might be expensive for a small group. July sounds OK to me.</font color=blue>

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    First, you need a guide(paid or otherwise). Many guides belong to clubs and will usually guide for free! So no guide fee.The cost is $35 per day per vehicle. This does not include guide fees. $5 extra per passenger.
    The best deals are sponsored by "Sports in the Rough". Last one was $65 for three days of wheeling and all fees.This also includes, I think, 4 all you can eat meals!

    Check out www.sportsintherough.com for more info.

    FWIW, there is somewhere around 15,000 acres of wheeling area!

    Ron
     
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    Here are some pics of fullsizes on Undertaker. This was a ride my club went on last year with the North Country Off-Roaders from Albany, NY. The red K5 is the one from the cover of Fourwheeler a while back. We've got a ride coming up with them on the 23rd in the Adirondacks and a trip to Paragon sometime probably in July so I should have some more pics soon.

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