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Old 04-11-2004, 09:41 PM
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Talking Edmonton ??

Any one in Edmonton ?
Where do you go for 4X4 fun ?
Anyone else got a V10 round here, I dont see too many about ?
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Old 04-11-2004, 09:45 PM
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I'm here in Edmonton,

as for 4x4ing, that I'm not too sure, I know a few of the boys go either up to Flatbush, or around Meridan Road
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go to cloverbar, Ther's giant hills and sand dunes. it's awesome.
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OK, sounds awesome. .... but .....I'm new to Edmonton, where's cloverbar ? Is it Nr Cloverbar Rd in Sherwood Park?
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There is actually a 4x4 park located in sherwood park. I'm not sure of the name, maybe someone else knows it.
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Cloverbar area is cloverbar road north of hiway 16 and west of there to the river, There's also a dump near that and a watertreatment plant. But hey the offroading is great.
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Hey guys....another one here....Fort Saskatchewan actually....some good wheelin' out by Bruderheim sand dunes.

A bit of a drive will take you out north of Bonnyville to a place called Crane lake and another close-by lake called Tucker lake....lotsa hills and swamp!

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Hello!

Another Edmontonian here, but I own a 2WD street truck, so wheeling is kind of out of the question. As for V10's, I kinda wonder if one could shoe-horn one in a Ranger?

Good to meet all of ya!

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Hey guys....another one here....Fort Saskatchewan actually....some good wheelin' out by Bruderheim sand dunes.

A bit of a drive will take you out north of Bonnyville to a place called Crane lake and another close-by lake called Tucker lake....lotsa hills and swamp!

Mike.
Yea i live in Cold Lake about 2.5 hours north of edmonton. And yes lots of muskeg and mud around tucker lake and crane lake. Go another 20 minites north to the range and you might lose your truck in the skag.

Defenetly good trails around here if anyone wants a challenge. If you never got stuck before try going to a place called may lake, about 15 minites out of cold lake. If you go, good luck.
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95f150,

I will be in the area the weekend of the 20th.

Lotsa quadding, wheeling......and maybe a litle liquid refreshments! Then going out to Goodsoil for a round of golf....great course!

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There is actually a 4x4 park located in sherwood park. I'm not sure of the name, maybe someone else knows it.
The 4x4 park that 77Lowrider was refering to is called Alberta Safari Park... the guy behind the park is a personal friend of mine, here is a link to his website...
http://www.detailplustires4x4park.ca/
To have a look at some photos of what the park has to offer have a look at the photos on my Jeep'n homepage under the heading "Alberta Safari Company". Here is a link to that page.
http://groups.msn.com/SavageCJ/alber...ricompany.msnw
Feel Free to take a look through my other pages too.
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