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Old 05-20-2012, 06:48 PM   #1
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Angels Crest Highway BMW Canyon Run (Bimmerfest 2012)

My friend and I took the e46 325Ci for a canyon run on the 2 after Bimmerfest 2012. The 2 is also know as Angels Crest Highway and it is located east of LA (Los Angeles) in the San Gabriel Mountains. These mountains are part of the Angeles National Forest. We were accompanied by my other friend in his bronzit bomber e30 325i. The full video will be up on my buddies account (who you may know on this forum) later this week, but this is a preview clip of the canyon run. We took the 2 (Angels Crest Highway) all the way to the I-15 and then headed back towards San Diego (SD).

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Old 05-29-2012, 11:05 AM   #2
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Its a great place to drive.

Used to go every sundays to have a one on one with life, but the fires closed the longer route into mt.baldy(?) and only left the big(little) tujunga canyon section towards Lancaster open.

That route was wayyy too short and wayyy unlike deeper forrest road, which I felt brought me closer to nature.

Used to drive up and see everyone put snow on their windshield/trunk/hood/roof and try to drive it down home before it melting away.

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Old 06-11-2012, 01:24 AM   #4
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I think we shoukd plan a drive through there

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