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Old 10-09-2005, 01:02 AM
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Wheelin 101 offroad trip - Tremont, PA

Saturday-October 29th
at Rausch Creek Offroad Park
http://www.rauschcreekoffroadpark.org/home.asp
Meeting time will be at 9am at the staging area.

Hosted by Keystone Krawlers offroad club
http://www.keystonekrawlers.com/

Anyone with a 4WD is welcome!!! Beginners, stockers, newbies, & modifieds Welcome!!!! We will be running all green trails with some tips on wheeling, safety and trail etiquette.

Visit http://www.rauschcreekoffroadpark.org/home.asp for information on admission prices, rules, and directions.

Be sure you prepare for a typical day on the trails; An offroad trip will go for an entire day. The group will stop for lunch while on the trails - so bring a cooler and pack a cold lunch (sandwiches, subs, etc) along with plenty of water, and drinks (NO ALCOHOL!!!). Please wear sturdy shoes & boots (no open-toed shoes please) and wear appropriate clothing for the weather.

For more information or you'd like to attend - please contact Jamie irocready@keystonekrawlers.com

If you are unable to make this trip, but are interested in attending the next Wheelin 101 trip or would like to attend one of our club monthly rides - please e-mail janster@keystonekrawlers.com. I will add you to an e-mail list and notify you (via e-mail) of the next wheelin 101 or monthly trail rides.
Non-members are welcome on one trip with the club as a 'guest'.
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Me and my dad might be interested in attending, but we are not members of the Rausch Creek offroad park. Would each of us be able to drive our own trucks as 'guests'?

What kind of fees would there be? Any specifications on truck type? I have a f150 4x4 w/5.4 and he would probably drive his f350 v10 4x4.
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Me and my dad might be interested in attending, but we are not members of the Rausch Creek offroad park. Would each of us be able to drive our own trucks as 'guests'?

What kind of fees would there be? Any specifications on truck type? I have a f150 4x4 w/5.4 and he would probably drive his f350 v10 4x4.
Rausch Creek has a yearly membership fee of $10 per vehicle - that's a one time payment each year. You pay that when you fill out the paperwork and sign the waiver. That annual fee helps pay for their insurance liability costs.

Their daily fee is $25 a day per vehicle plus $5 for each passenger.

This event is being hosted by an offroad club that is totally separate from the park itself - and you don't need to be a member of that club either. There's not extra fees towards the club and no extra fees to pay the trail guide either. We do this to educate newer offroaders on a safer & more responsible way to go wheelin.

This offroad park can be tight .....compared to other areas....
Take a look at these pictures:
http://www.lieblweb.com/Events/RC7.03.04/index.htm

A buddy of mine came up from Tennesse to go wheeling with us at Rausch Creek. He drives an F450 V-10 Dually Double Cab truck. He had 33" mud tires on and a hydraulic winch. He actually got to use the winch when he got high centered on a dirt mound. It was GREAT!! He was lovin it!! His driving skills were exceptionally well for manuevering that large vehicle around on the trials that day.

Make sure you e-mail the folks in the original post if you're interested.... or you can visit me at my website and e-mail me from there:
http://www.lieblweb.com/
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