First Annual ModernJeeper Adventure - Death Valley - Registration Open!

Matsonian

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#1
We are excited to be going to Death Valley February 24 - 27 -- a true Overlanding Trip, this will be a great way to test your Overlanding Chops.

Due to permit restrictions, we are limited to only 10 Jeep registrations with a minimum of 2 people per Jeep. So, we are doing an application process for this event.

You can learn more and apply online at: http://www.modernjeeperadventures.com/death-valley.html

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#5
It filled up so quick! I was trying to lock down a passenger or two and by the time I heard back it was already full.

I guess the lesson for next time is to sign up and get a passenger later. This is something I've wanted to do since moving to SoCal.
 
#6
I am sure they will have way too many signup for this event.
I think they will do a random drawing or something like that to pick who gets to go.

Todd
 
#8
I think they are planning on a fuel stop, as the trip is planned for around 400 miles.

Del or Matson can let you know where they end up.

Todd
 

JeepnDel

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#9
I had a couple of questions. Where do you end up on the last day? Is there a map of the trail we would be traveling and would it be going by any fuel stops along the way?
We will notify the successful applicants of the trip further details, but we have fuel stops yet (in the Park and surrounding towns). Last day might have an option for ending up in Lone Pine, CA or Beatty, NV.
 

JeepnDel

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#12
You can STILL apply. We had a couple drop outs for family stuff, so get your app in if you're still interested. While we are bouncing along desert trails and back country routes, we will explore and talk a lot about the history of Death Valley, like how the Welch and Cornish miners brought over their particular style of "house" building -- the Cousin Jack.
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Pthorpe84

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#13
You can STILL apply. We had a couple drop outs for family stuff, so get your app in if you're still interested. While we are bouncing along desert trails and back country routes, we will explore and talk a lot about the history of Death Valley, like how the Welch and Cornish miners brought over their particular style of "house" building -- the Cousin Jack.
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Man I would love to make it to this one... but its just way too early in the year for me to make it happen. Cant wait to see the dates for Rousch Creek. Not to mention we will be doing the Tillamook trip..dreading that drive..
 

JeepnDel

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#18
It filled up so quick! I was trying to lock down a passenger or two and by the time I heard back it was already full.

I guess the lesson for next time is to sign up and get a passenger later. This is something I've wanted to do since moving to SoCal.
Did you verify it was closed -- there were some drop outs earlier.
 
#19
Are we going to start getting more details soon? I’m assuming people need to travel and finding out when and where so we can make travel plans before last min please.
 
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