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Toocoa

#1
So, what was the outcome with Dodd road? I know there was some talk of it getting shut down, but I never heard a conclusion. I'm looking for a short easyish day trip with friends tomorrow, and toccoa fits the bill perfectly

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#3
I guess it's still open. We ran the whole thing yesterday. It's gotten worse since the first time I was down there a year ago. Gulches is still a better time though, for a short trip from Clemson

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#4
I guess it's still open. We ran the whole thing yesterday. It's gotten worse since the first time I was down there a year ago. Gulches is still a better time though, for a short trip from Clemson

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When you say gotten worse do you mean more washed out/difficult? Or more dumped trash?
 
#5
Little bit of both. One of the hardest hill climbs, if you wanna call it that, got way harder, since a wall caved in as you come up to it, but there was a go around. Will was the only one to try it, and there was absolutely no way to stay off the wall.


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#6
Little bit of both. One of the hardest hill climbs, if you wanna call it that, got way harder, since a wall caved in as you come up to it, but there was a go around. Will was the only one to try it, and there was absolutely no way to stay off the wall.


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The go around is on private property and is part of why this road is in danger of being shut down.
 
#7
Good to know. It probably won't be as much of an issue if that climb was a little bit less challenging. You can kind of see where the wall collapsed on the right side of the Cherokee

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#8
Good to know. It probably won't be as much of an issue if that climb was a little bit less challenging. You can kind of see where the wall collapsed on the right side of the Cherokee

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yeah, with this being a public road, it is a gray area for sure on modifying it, but I wonder if its something where you could fill in the bottom of the trench with dirt from the passenger side.
 
#9
We started to do that, but using sticks because you have no shovel takes a while. But that would definitely be the ticket

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