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Old 04-02-13, 07:17 AM   #1
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Fort Hunter Liggett

I'm planning to ride Fort Hunter Liggett, and looking for recommendations for a route from the King City side? I'm going with a group and they want an easy ride about 15 miles. And they want to see wildflowers.

Any help appreciated!
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Old 04-02-13, 08:57 AM   #2
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I'm planning to ride Fort Hunter Liggett, and looking for recommendations for a route from the King City side? I'm going with a group and they want an easy ride about 15 miles. And they want to see wildflowers.

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Are you allowed to ride on base ? Not sure anymore, but when I was in the Marines, we would do live fire excercises on base. Make sure you reserach well before riding there. Be careful.
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Yes, the base is open to the public. There is Mission San Antonio de Padua located on the base and have public tours. I heard the base is a fantastic place to ride.
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I think Jolon Rd. is the route in.
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Yes, the base is open to the public. There is Mission San Antonio de Padua located on the base and have public tours. I heard the base is a fantastic place to ride.
Good to know. It is indeed, a beautiful place
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