Christmas Valley Sand Dunes

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Christmas Valley Sand Dunes

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I just saw this site. There are pics also.Looks like it could be a GREAT place to go sometime. Type in OOHVA( Oregon Off Highway Vehicle Assoc.)KEEP DUNIN'

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Here is the link:http://www.oohva.org/ohv%20area%20pages/xmas.htmlARE YOU AWAKE YET????

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I checked out the pictures. Are there any large dune(200ft high or more)? Any restriction on running piped two strokes, and are there any permit requirement for out of state riders. I'm in Northern Nevada and wouldn't mind going up there for a weekend if it was no hassel.

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Desert Rat: Christmas Valley is for sure a no hassle kind of place. It's very remote however, so make sure you take plenty of supplies with you. Christmas Valley (the town) Has a fairly well stocked store, kind of like a general store of sorts. Just remember, it is remote, and the nearest hospital is in Bend, nearly 3 hours away, so ride carefully. ..Jay quote:I checked out the pictures. Are there any large dune(200ft high or more)? Any restriction on running piped two strokes, and are there any permit requirement for out of state riders. I'm in Northern Nevada and wouldn't mind going up there for a weekend if it was no hassel.

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Post by Desert_Rat »

Thanks for the info Jaybo. I think will try thim out before the snow flies this fall.

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