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    Best place to live for jeep owners

    I'm looking at moving and I was just curious which area is the best places to jeep all year. Whether it's snow or sun I don't care just look for the state with the best places to jeep.


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    Best place to live for jeep owners

    If I could pick any place in the country, it would be Nevada for me.


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    I think Colorado has some of the best trails in the country. Pretty, variety of skill levels, hundreds of miles of them. Downside is that from November thru April you really can't do much because of the snow. I just call it an off season to build up the Jeep for the next one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Napalm View Post
    If I could pick any place in the country, it would be Nevada for me.


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    Sorry, I just heard we're all full. Might want to try another state


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    I would have to say california or Nevada. I live in northern California, 1 hour 30 min for the Rubicon same to Fordyce , slick rock. And not to far from the Dusy.

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    I need a place that has a nuclear plant within a reasonable drive to these places.

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    I'd be happy with AZ, NV or CO. At least those are the states the seem to have the most abundance of wheeling.
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    one benefit to living in northern Nevada is proximity to famous trails but also I drive 2 miles down the road and I can be on dirt for hundreds of miles if I want. not saying others dont have similar accessibility but these is so much public land here

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    Utah is pretty good I hear....
    Moab, Sand Hollow, and tons of trails in between.
    Can run down to Logandale if you get bored.
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    Colorado man!

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