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  • fergal
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    I’ll get the ball rolling, Mmmm this looks nice http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ODNq5OBzNMQ.

    legend
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    Spooky Woods

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    😉

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    Probably the alistair lees for me, love that trail.

    DJC75
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    The Tallywacker and Widespread Ocean of Fear for me.

    fergal
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    I am not trying to glean trail beta, honest.

    fergal
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    Are those near Good Game 😆

    fergal
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    nobody wants to play 🙁

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    Also I really, really like zoom or bust. No it’s not hard, but it’s ace. Wiggle wiggle (unless you’re a ****, in which case it’s shortcut shorcut)

    fergal
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    Widespread ocean of fear, one for the trail police, real or bogus Northwind.

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    Haven’t a clue. Doesn’t sound real, never heard the name but who knows all the trails?

    I don’t think I’d be a very good trail policeman 🙂

    fergal
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    I know for a fact it is a climb, bogus for sure, nice try though.

    You couldn’t give me the name for a trail to the right of the start of 3g could you, instead of just another random trail.

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    I didn’t know there was anything else near 3g. Worth a look around? Still figuring out the golf course, have to admit I tend to stick to what I know.

    Premier Icon househusband
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    Chutney Ferret, Beware Tailswing and Reflective Practice are my favourites.

    athgray
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    Not done a huge amount, but I am a fan of the Gypsy Glen and the Pilot’s Trail.

    fergal
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    Gypsy glen is an old favourite, bags of fun, pilots trail? you say….

    house husband really! pull the other one it’s got bells on, made me laugh though.

    sassy
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    Brown troat!

    fergal
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    We can talk about Brown Trout without upsetting the trail police, it was in an Enduro event.

    Premier Icon bigjim
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    Shatner’s Bassoon for me every time

    fergal
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    so have you ridden prospacker yet, I was looking forward to the footage and a few tips.

    PS Shatners has been clear felled, sorry for the bad news.

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    sassy – Member

    Brown troat!

    Ahem, I’m pretty sure it’s Broon Troot…

    glasgowdan
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    Defo a big fan of brown trout too

    sfinnie
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    Trail centre: boundary trail into deliverance at gt. natural: used to be descent off pykestone hill to Drumelzier. But then they bulldozed it :-(. Now it’s prob descent off cademuir on John Buchanan way. Or Zoom or bust, round back of green and down the fort. Or any of the myriad routes off the top of venlaw. Oh, or mark of zorro then down ‘bc’ (dunno what it’s really called) to shield green. But how could it not be gypsy glen? Och, you’ve got me all confused now. And I haven’t even started with Inners/ 3 brethren or any of the stuff down that way. I’ll never get to sleep now!

    But if it’s a climb you want though: got to be Jenny’s. Not the longest but the punishingest (TM) if you attack it.

    b r
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    Going in reverse from Minch Moor was pretty good the other night, and then down through the clear felling.

    Too many to have a fav, although maybe something like the Sheep Pens earlier in the year, when dry and low in vegetation.

    But if it’s a climb you want though: got to be Jenny’s. Not the longest but the punishingest (TM) if you attack it.

    Nah, after you drop down from 3B and then climb to Brown Knowe on the SUW.

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    From the top of Minch Moor to the bottom of the Enduro Track at Inners. Probably my favorite bit of trail anywhere TBH

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