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Old 04-14-2010, 06:26 PM
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Table Mesa Road / Tip Top Mine / Packer UTV, ATV and Off Road Trail

Here's a new trail we just rode to the Tip Top Mine. It took us a step back in time to the late 1880s. We passed a lot of Jeeps and Off Road Vehicles on the way.

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SouthwestUTV.com---UTV, ATV and Off Road Trail Information

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went up there several years ag, quite a ways back we came across an older couple trying to change a tire. his truck had helper springs on it and one had broken and cut the side wall of the tire. their jack wouldn't work so it was a good thing we were out 4 wheeling that day
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that sounds like a fun ride, at the end it says no permit required... is it on state trust land? if so, you better have your state trust land use permit! last month while out hunting we were asked for one, Lucky we were activly hunting! only when you are hunting are you exempt from needing to have one. Camping and out on a quad ride you better have one if your on state trust land. the permit cost 20 bucks.
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that sounds like a fun ride, at the end it says no permit required... is it on state trust land? if so, you better have your state trust land use permit! last month while out hunting we were asked for one, Lucky we were activly hunting! only when you are hunting are you exempt from needing to have one. Camping and out on a quad ride you better have one if your on state trust land. the permit cost 20 bucks.

We saw no signs at all posted as state trust land. They are really good about posting them.
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