very nice- - now i have a question for you- at the beginning of this great video- you show hard road that leads (looks like a top of the mountain)-- did you turn right out of the parking lot?- i never went that way- always went to the left towards the tunnel/bridge-some one told me that they are thinking about connecting "ssrt" with the "dcnr"trail- if you can help me out- thank you
Barney, I don't think that is actually a parking lot, but those are township roads that are open to ATV's, the dusty dirt road we came down is also open to ATV's, and Rick's camp is out that road, that road is eventually supposed to connect to the The Bloody Skillet DCNR trail, but I don't think it's been finalized yet.
Barney, if you go to the right from the Gillentown trailhead you will come out in Clarance. To the right will be the Ludwigs sub shop. You can go left on the hard road (stay on the side burm) and turn right onto Tennisee (sp) Rd. another hard road (again stay to the side) that will connect you to Poormans, then to Kato or Rusnak roads.
thank you for the map- i will print it out- sorry i did not get back to you sooner- got ready and went to the "bloody skillet" on sunday- not bad place there- we had 20 riders that wanted to get out so we got there around 9 left at 5 - nice day- - thinking about going up to "ssrt" some time soon this month- thanks again
Yeah the skillet is not a bad place to ride either. been there twice. It's kinda hard to get motivated to load everything back on the trailer once at camp to go over there since it's so easy to ride to SSRT right from camp, legally.
yea but just think -one day you could ride from snow shoe to there- i feel that would be great-that way you would not have to load up- we will have to hook up one weekend and do some riding- i am not a crazy rider but i do enjoy mud- thinking about going up aug 1 -