Outback Adventure Track

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Outback Adventure Track
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Off-Road Information
Other Names:
Terrain: Sand, hills, rocks, mud
Off-Road Use: Trail, obstacles, hill climbs
Difficulty: Easy - Hard
Camping:
Geography
County: Martin County, TX
Nearest Cities: Stanton, TX
Map Links: Google Map
Satellite Map: Google Satellite
Special Map:
GPS Coords: 32.1751/-101.6849
Google Earth:
Climate: Semi-Arid
Area Size:
Elevation: 2,500 ft
Last Visited:
Open/Closed/Date: Open
Season(s):


Description[edit]

The park is located at a huge dry lake bed. The trails are on the hills along the side of lake and are twisty and sandy (note: most trails are intended for ATV and motorcycle use and are too narrow for anything else). There are two MX style tracks. The main track has a inside lane for beginners and outside lane with step-up and double jumps. Most trails double track for four wheelers. The Baja Roja trail is 10 miles and takes a fast rider 30 min.


Directions[edit]

From Midland: Exit I-20 at 156, take a left at the stop sign, go under the overpass and hang a right on frontage rd & head east.


From Big Spring: Exit at 165 off Interstate I-20, take the north service road west.


Maps and GPS Coordinates[edit]

Outback Adventure Track Coordinates: 32.1751° -101.6849° Coordinates: 32.1751° -101.6849°


External Links[edit]

http://outbackadventuretrack.webs.com/