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Michael Ray

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Please don't ruin our hiking trails. Before I moved here, I lived in the Colorado High Country and I've seen first hand the damage ATVs can do to back roads and trails.

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I've been coming lakeside since 1997, and got the idea that ATVs are not very popular here because there are not many places other than the streets where ATVs can go and I understand that to use the streets, you need a license plate (or two?). I do know that some places on the West Coast attracts ATVers, but I have no experience with ATVs.

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Sierra del Tigre is a few thousand hectares of mixed trails in pine forest setting.  You will need to ride on the libre to San Cristobal and there you can take the dirt road over Sauz to Teocuitatlan and then an entrance to dirt roads of Sierra del Tigre.  ATV Rentals are available in Mazamitla.

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A good idea is to take a gps with you for a bread crumb trail for some of the tracks as seen here in red.

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Probably, like scooters but check at the Recudadora in Chapala. Or ask Eric Blair (aka Clueless), he licensed his.

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