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 Shut-In Gap Road Area near Dayton, TN

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PostSubject: Shut-In Gap Road Area near Dayton, TN   Mon Feb 25, 2013 1:51 pm

Hi Everyone.

I have been meaning to ask this for a long time and keep forgetting.
Some time back I was setting a shuttle to hike the Piney River Trail. We put a vehicle on each end of Shut-In Gap Road. The Piney River trail is about ten miles long and best hiked with a shuttle. I have done this several times and I don't think I've ever failed to see folks riding atv's there along the road.

Looks like locals to me. I wondered if there is any worthwhile, legal riding in the vicinity? Does anyone know or have some thoughts on it?

I've kinda wore it out hiking, but it is a beautiful area and theres a few more things I'd like to see round there.

I think someone had been going down an old logging road marked Rockhouse Branch or perhaps following the powerline cut down to the river.

Not sure.

Anyhow thanks in advance for any light that can be shed on the subject.

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PostSubject: Re: Shut-In Gap Road Area near Dayton, TN   Mon Feb 25, 2013 5:51 pm

I'm wonder if that isn't the Flat Top Mountain area?
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PostSubject: Re: Shut-In Gap Road Area near Dayton, TN   Mon Feb 25, 2013 6:13 pm

hey! Looks like you might be right. It isn't there directly at it, but its close! If I understand right the Flat Top Mtn riding area is between Dayton to the east and just past Soddy Daisy to the South??

Looks like fun! I've not tried that area out for hiking or riding! Woo Hoo!
hoo Boy... that last one there put me over the top......... now I'm up to five life times to do all the hiking and riding and exploring I want to do...
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PostSubject: Re: Shut-In Gap Road Area near Dayton, TN   Mon Mar 24, 2014 4:55 am

I rude shut in gap road all the time, I live very close to there, lots of trails and riding in this area. The only time I've been spoken to about riding here,us when a truper was in the area for some reason other than that no problems. Just joined the site and thought I'd try to help.
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