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Old 16th April 2009, 09:40   #16
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i know a trail near lavasa, it will be very hardcore in the monsoon, i would not attempt it without a winch, sand channels and a hilift jack. we could try it you guys are interested.
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Old 16th April 2009, 13:04   #17
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How is the lavasa trail in dry weather (i.e. now)? How long is it?
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Im IN, if there are any offroading plans ANYWHERE this weekend.
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Old 16th April 2009, 21:31   #19
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How is the lavasa trail in dry weather (i.e. now)? How long is it?
no point now , the mud will be hard packed and it will just be a trail without any challenges.

It is roughly about 20km offroad.
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Righto, Motocamp. We can go *hunting* on that stretch in the monsoons then.
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Never been towards Lavasa, but we've got a house in Mulshi (Not far from the Dam), and i know the area quite well. I am going to be in Bombay/Pune thru July-August. So if you'll intend to go off-roading around the area (Lavasa, Mulshi, Lonavala) i would be more than happy to join you'll.
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Never been towards Lavasa, but we've got a house in Mulshi (Not far from the Dam), and i know the area quite well. I am going to be in Bombay/Pune thru July-August. So if you'll intend to go off-roading around the area (Lavasa, Mulshi, Lonavala) i would be more than happy to join you'll.
It all sounds great! If its slush, mud etc. I will take the Fozzy all the way! Looking forward to it!
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Old 21st April 2009, 07:39   #23
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I know another trail around sinhagad, it is a motorable road to a small village but come monsoon it is another story , it is roughly 25km long but it will take a few hours to complete and an overnight stay in tents will be mandatory as it will be impossible to to the trail both ways in the monsoon.

I think we can all do a trail closer to bombay say karjat to start with.that way we will get used to each other on a personal level and also gauge each others offroading skills, plus people who are not sure if offroading is for them will be able to deciede for themselves.


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I think we can all do a trail closer to bombay say karjat to start with.that way we will get used to each other on a personal level and also gauge each others offroading skills, plus people who are not sure if offroading is for them will be able to deciede for themselves.
Cool, sounds good. Lets hit karjat first then. Can we finalise the dates ?
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