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Hey, welcome to the site - that trail does continue up and the backside of the mountain opens up to a lot more. Check google earth and you'll see some lakes up there, and also some nice rock bluffs a bit further up the power lines with some great views. Definitely a good spot to explore!
Most of the land here is privately owned and unfortunately the forestry companies who own it are quite resistant to public access. You can google or search on here for the E & N Railway land grab and read more about how it came to be this way. The short version though is that private companies were handed all of our land for nothing, and now actively work to keep us out and maximize corporate profits at the expensive of our (once) beautiful backcountry. The best option at the moment is to roam as free as you can, and stay out of their way.
Wow they're really getting crazy with the road deactivations these days :)
That's hilarious, full SAS but no winch. Definitely a much needed upgrade! Rig is looking great.
This last year has been a bad one for gates and backcountry destruction. So many nice spots are turning to wasteland.
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