Discussion in 'Carolina Trailblazers' started by CasterTroy, May 18, 2020.
i saw the map from the site. How much of the trail system can handle fullsize vehicles vs atv/utv?
By rubbing tires on both trees. It was sketch when we went down, probably one of @77GreenMachine scariest rides in a Jeep since there was no control.
Good 80% I'd guess
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Like Chris said a vast majority. But the site map doesn't have all the trails. Mike added a few on our map.
Here are some of my pics
Man I had a blast, probably the nicest trails for the 35 to 37 crowd I have seen in a long while, the yurts are a little pricey but worth it.
Best east coast wheeling I have done in a long time!
I tried to tell everyone in my first story, this place is amazing. I’m not always about rev limit beat downs and rolling my buddies rig. Sometimes I like a mixture of mild cruising with some good technical stuff in between, and Kairos offers plenty of both. Great place to wheel! Looking forward to going back again myself!
Really, Really looking forward to going. Place looks awesome.
Looks Like yall had a great time. I love this place and cannot wait to go back.
I'm going to butt in here and add a couple of pics from Kairoa that we took.
A few of us took off and headed to Kairos right as the stay at home orders were starting to kick in, actually, the next weekend, Kairos closed the campgroynd. The theme was Freedom, sweet freedom.
We were up on the ridge trail, overlooking the New River when we spotted this badass American Bald eagle watching over us.
He soard above us for a while. I hit track 9 on the bluetooth and had Freebird blaring out of the speakers and we stood like this until the song ended. Freebird is a long song and the eagle stayed until it ended and dissapeared into the sunset.
Also...group pic at the wedding venue. Social distancing of course.
More like "White Knuckle" Trail!
Troy, did you stamp your Seal of Approval, on he Yurt timber construction?
I shocked we all didn't come crashing down in the middle of the night
so those panels were actually the subfloor??? I assumed those panels were insulating the subfloor. lol
I assume those panels, were insulating. But the Weird floor joist, & supports, were very Questionable!
No, they were covering the subfloor. The lack of X bracing and sparse amount of 6x6 posts kept this thing rockin like a van in the parking lot of a HS in the 1970's