Discussion in 'Northeast' started by -=JoN=-, Mar 30, 2008.
Greetings from North Jersey
Originally from central Jersey - grew up in Bridewater
Jon/Hyedipin......Jeepdawg was talking about a Bear Mountain Run. Check L O S T......I think the road is open. I will drive down there if you guys are going. But I think that Twin Peaks place is shut down....(darn...I wanted to run that) .....Jeepdawg has his lift on so he will be chomping at the bit to find mud.
I am really busy with the house I don't think I will be driving anywhere for the next few months.
What kind of trail/road can I find in Bear Mountain?
BTW, greetings from NY!
i'll go (maybe, gotta check details) but i'll probably just ride along w/ someone, i've been wanting to go and just take photos
The Bear Mountain Road just goes to the top of the mountain overlook. It was closed off the last time we were there but it is open again now.
The Twin Arch place you will need skids and hooks (I've got tow straps in case someone gets stuck) JeepDawg is checking on it as he thinks it might be closed off. If it is he is looking for another place. We'll see.
Just to clarify, there is no wheeling on bear mountain.
Greetings From Lavallette.
My family has been going to Lavallette for vacation every year ever since I can remember...even before I was born. Its a wonderful place, we usually stay on Jersey City Ave a few houses from the beach. I'd imagine its pretty "quiet" this time of year though. They opted for Myrtle Beach instead of Lavallette this year...hooray 12 hour drive!
Yea Lavallette is pretty nice. WAY to many people for me in the summer but some thing you get used to living here year round. I live on Brooklyn ave beach block Jersey city ave i think 2 blocks up from me off the top of my head? But as a summer town The winters are 100% better
Is there a road map for Bear Mountain I can download?
Hey do you need to be lifted to go to bear mountain I mean will clearance be a problem?
No, Bear Mountain is all paved road, no off-road or any trails (other than Appalachian ) for us to have fun. We just meet once a year a-top bear mountain, drive down in a pack like hungry wolfes, settle down somewhere, grab something to eat, bullshit and whine about our mileage, show off a few things, exchange stuff, then get back home.
Last year a few people went wheeling with Brian over at "Twin Peaks" which is about 15 miles from Bear Mountain.
The pix of the trip were somewhere here, and the videos are on my site.
Nice everywhen do you guys go? let me know.
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