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    Quote Originally Posted by JKJake09 View Post
    Whenever we do this I'll head down and meet y'all in Louisville whenever you are rollin out as long as you don't mind me taggin along
    For sure! If you want to head down there any other time, just hit me up! Lol
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    What kind of trail is it in comparison to badlands
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    The Badlands is nothing compared to LBL. LBL is like 2800 acres. There are dozens of maintained trails and more that aren't (mostly single track), plus several "challenge areas".

    I imagine the OP has some pretty good wheeling out East, but LBL is pretty damned fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKJake09 View Post
    What kind of trail is it in comparison to badlands
    Sorry, just saw this one...

    Quote Originally Posted by tslewisz View Post
    The Badlands is nothing compared to LBL. LBL is like 2800 acres. There are dozens of maintained trails and more that aren't (mostly single track), plus several "challenge areas".

    I imagine the OP has some pretty good wheeling out East, but LBL is pretty damned fun.
    And this pretty much answered it.
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    Badass I'm def in for this one!
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    And they have Cabins and Camping available...which I love the camping part, lol
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    There are no cabins in the park. It's primitive camping, no shower house, but there are out houses and drinking water is available. There are other accomodations nearby, but we always camp in the park.

    Accessibility to other lodging just got a little tougher since a cargo ship hit the bridge NE of the park and knocked 20 feet out of it.

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    Revive an old thread. Wife and I went a couple weekends ago. Lots of hills she wouldn't let me try. Here is a 4 speed video of most of our two day trip. Of course the cam shut off during the good stuff lol Blue marked trails are narrow. Red marked trails are difficult or washed out. Yellow trails are easy.

    https://youtu.be/aVL27ZWaf3U
    Last edited by simplewon; 08-16-2017 at 03:01 PM.

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    We'll be going again in the fall. Trying to decide on dates to avoid the possible gov't shutdown.

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    I need to go sometime. I only live about 2 hours north from LBL


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