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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-16-2015, 10:01 PM Thread Starter
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Hidden Falls Adventure Park?

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Has anyone wheeled there?
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I have! Not in the TH yet though
TBH, my only experience off-road is mountain biking. I only live 15-20 min. away so I want to check it out soon. Could you recommend starter trails at Hidden Falls to get comfortable on? It looks like there's some extreme rock crawling stuff scattered throughout and I'd definitely want to avoid those areas.
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I have in my previous JK...not in my Trailhawk. There are starter, intermediate, and pro trails. There are a few guide services around where an off-roader who knows the park well will ride along and guide you through the trails. I'd recommend Keith (or his wife Pauline for that matter) Jones from Jones Jeeps...he does incredible work on JKs and knows the park like the back of his hand. The guy is awesome and his rates are very reasonable...just depends on how long you'd like to book him for.
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TBH, my only experience off-road is mountain biking. I only live 15-20 min. away so I want to check it out soon. Could you recommend starter trails at Hidden Falls to get comfortable on? It looks like there's some extreme rock crawling stuff scattered throughout and I'd definitely want to avoid those areas.
I haven't been out there since 2010, I am sure the trails have changed a lot. There are like 16 skill 3 and under trails. Here is a map as well.
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Join :"Austin JeepPeople" on Facebook and watch for one of their Hidden Falls Outing. If you go out with that group, there are plenty of experienced wheelers to spot you, guide you, or give advice.
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Been many times with my 99 WJ. As others stated there are many trail types. Its a great place to test your limits in a safe environment. Generally busy enough on a weekend to get help if needed. One thing to note - there is no real trail maintenance done - so map ratings might not accurately reflect current state of difficulty especially after recent rains.

And some trails (generally 4 & 5s) can have tight brush and Texas Pinstripes are possible. Others are very wide and won't pose that kind of problem. Rock rails recommended but not required. The trail marking is hit and miss so easy to miss a trailhead sometimes until you become familiar. A guide would be recommended and a spotter almost mandatory to avoid damage to bumpers or rockers.

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