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Old 03-18-2015, 07:16 AM
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Hey good morning guys, my name is Jason. I am from Carman, Manitoba. I ride a 2014 polaris Rzr 1000. Myself and a small group are headed out to beautiful British Columbina for a 7 day ride starting July 11, 2015. We all ride polaris rzr's. We were thinking of heading to the Nelson area for a couple days and grand forks area for a few days. What do you think of the areas ? is there lots to riding to do in those areas ? We would like to see, old abdonded mines, tunnels, water falls, lakes, old mining towns. We would like to be remote but at the same time we are hoteling it so we don't want to be driving long distances to trail heads. Does any one have some ideas on where we can ride and see all this stuff ? Thanks in advance. Jason
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Old 03-18-2015, 08:23 AM
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pick up a backroad mapbook for the area. they are available in most outdoors stores and even alot of gas stations. endless exploring around that area.
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Old 03-18-2015, 09:19 AM
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The right person to get this exact local knowedge Kootenaycat. Try sending him a pm
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