Old Buck Town OHV Road

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Old Buck Town OHV Road est un sentier de point à point de 2.8 miles modérément fréquenté situé près de Suches, Géorgie. Le sentier vous offrira la possibilité d'observer la faune et sa difficulté est évaluée comme modérée. Le sentier est principalement utilisé pour la conduite hors-piste et est accessible toute l'année.

Distance: 2.8 miles Dénivelé: 967 feet Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B

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28 days ago

Lots of fun in my son's Tacoma. Variety of rocks, mud, dry creek bed, and challenging obstacles for a 2WD truck. We had a blast.

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2 months ago

Fun easy trail for anyone with a little off road experience. I did this on my KTM 1090 Adventure R with no problems. Gets pretty rocky once you pass the plane crash site.

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5 months ago

Excellent Beginer trail, did it today after a huge and powerful downpour yesterday. I was expecting a lot more mub but my jeep barely got dirty. There is a couple of spots that 4wd is needed because of the ruts but other than that I'd say a good driver in a 2wd could do the trail if its was dry. Recommend 2" lift, stock may bittom out in the ruts.

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5 months ago

I drove this trail today in a stock 2015 FWD Ford Escape on street tires. I maybe slipped a wheel twice but just briefly before I just clambered up the incline. I could have probably made it in my Honda Accord. I used to take my Honda Prelude from my college days into terrain at least as difficult as this in the mountains of NC. That's not to say I didn't appreciate the 8" of clearance the Escape provides in stock form as I never scraped anything. Pick your line and go with it. I did really enjoy the trail and the experience but I do wish it were a bit more challenging. I went on a Thursday and only encountered two others coming down the trail. You can access the trail from a dirt road on the other side and any sedan could make it up that. I ended up going down that way because I don't like back tracking areas I've already been but in hindsight I would have preferred to go back down the more technical section. I met up with fellows in a 4WD F-250 at the top and theI met seemed impressed that I made it up with no trouble but they had come up the easy side. Pretty trail and good experience as this was my first time out in this soft roader at best. I will say it had not rained in 2-3 days. If this trail were traversed while it was raining or shortly after I do think I could have still made it but it would have certainly been more challenging. Enjoy!

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6 months ago

We enjoyed the trail itself for a little off roading adventure in our 4Runner. And the trail was exactly as the coordinates said it would be for distance. However, getting to the trail and then back down into civilization afterwards took a loooong time! You come off the trail and have 5 or so miles back to I believe highway 52? Which took us quite some time and that’s not counting the miles up to the trail. We guessed it wouldn’t be well marked and it wasn’t but we managed to find it still as out of towners. Just wasn’t expecting the trek on the other side of the trail. We learned a few things a long the way and would be better prepared next time around! But if you are anything like us and think it will be a quick detour outside of Amicalola, you’ll also be wrong! Ha! I did a little too much “guesstimating”. Don’t be like me.

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6 months ago

Good trail with rocks (not boulders or rock climbing, just bumpy, slow going, rocks). Son took his Tacoma and I in a JK. If you have a 2wd truck with decent AT tires you will be fine. Drive through and meet at another gravel road to head out.

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7 months ago

Love this little trail! Its only about 3.1 miles long but it runs from pavement on Old Bucktown road to Nimblewill Gap Road at the top of the Amicalola Falls State Park. Plenty of rocks and mud holes, but don't be intimidated you will love it. We rode it both ways today and enjoyed it a lot.

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