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    Christina lake and Shoshone lake trails near lander wyoming

    talked the wife and kids into going to the wind rivers. I've hiked the wind rivers on the other side, so first time going through the east side.
    wondering if anybody ever been on these trails? did a little research and the closest to any rating is,"Shoshone lake road 12miles class 3-4.5, Christina lake road 9miles, Water crossings! class 3-4. High desert trails, all the rocks and stuff you could ever need!" so i had to get on youtube and see if there were any videos and there are a few. saw a hummer h3 and some tacos make it, but wondering whats with these ratings? is the rating 1-10?
    anyways, going hopefully in july. just wondering if anybody been on these trails and any advice would be awesome.

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    Here are some pictures. Looks beautiful up there. First is of Christina and the far shot is of Shoshone liking down cyclone pass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Unfortunately, I'm not too familiar with the trails out in WY. Where about is this?
    actually, you are going to pass the christina lake trail. i kinda hinted if you were going on any trails in wyoming. i belive you are going down hy 28 after casper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Unfortunately, I'm not too familiar with the trails out in WY. Where about is this?
    I think it's time for you to explore Wyoming and Idaho.

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    Okay, I see it now. Yeah, it's real pretty country up there. I've passed through it recently but never got a chance to do any wheeling. I guess I'll have to fix that

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Okay, I see it now. Yeah, it's real pretty country up there. I've passed through it recently but never got a chance to do any wheeling. I guess I'll have to fix that
    I also think that 1 feature film a year isn't acceptable to this forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Okay, I see it now. Yeah, it's real pretty country up there. I've passed through it recently but never got a chance to do any wheeling. I guess I'll have to fix that
    the christina lake trail is 9 miles. also, you taking the california-morman road? i think thats what its called.

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    original plan was the morrison jeep trail, but thats a little far up north.

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    if a damn hummer h3 can make it, i'm sure a rubicon can!

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