Suggestions for Modern Jeeper Adventures

#21
AZ.....Table Mesa, 4 Peaks area and Sycamore Creek area.Payson area is an awesome place with cooler weather, snow in winter, fishing in streams and lakes and camping.
 

TJDon

Wrench guy
#22
Colorado trip would be awesome. I’ve only wheeled once out there for a day in the fall and it was jaw dropping beautiful with the aspens turning and the streams.

What about Oregon? Never really hear anything about off-roading in that state
 
#23
We would be happy to help/co-host a Southern California adventure.. We lead runs through all the popular trails and exploring areas and some of the not so popular/unknown ones - Ranging from easy to extreme in difficulty. Depending on the type of run we can usually draw quite a crowd (we have a lot of experience leading large groups).. Our last run (yesterday) had 146 Jeeps (it was epic!) 5E4308A2-1429-4F68-92A4-2BE2FBEDB453.jpeg
 
#24
We would be happy to help/co-host a Southern California adventure.. We lead runs through all the popular trails and exploring areas and some of the not so popular/unknown ones - Ranging from easy to extreme in difficulty. Depending on the type of run we can usually draw quite a crowd (we have a lot of experience leading large groups).. Our last run (yesterday) had 146 Jeeps (it was epic!)
Wow 146! Where was this run?
 
#26
Windrock! 70k+ acres of land. You could literally drive for weeks and never see it all. It has all skill levels. Including ones that even buggies have issues with. Plenty of deer, hogs, elk, bass, caves, mud, sand and other things to see and play in. Best of all there is lodging and campsites on Windrock property.


Plus it’s like 5 mins from the house!


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Windrock will be first on my list after I break in the new build with a few trips to Rausch. I'll be going there with @Rogue who will also be running fusion axles and 42s.

We were supposed to take a badge run on our way to the Smoky Mountain Invasion - except I broke and we cancelled the entire trip.

I'll message you with timing. The more the merrier! (plus, an experienced trail leader in a new off-road park is never a bad thing).

-H
 

Pthorpe84

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#27
Windrock will be first on my list after I break in the new build with a few trips to Rausch. I'll be going there with @Rogue who will also be running fusion axles and 42s.

We were supposed to take a badge run on our way to the Smoky Mountain Invasion - except I broke and we cancelled the entire trip.

I'll message you with timing. The more the merrier! (plus, an experienced trail leader in a new off-road park is never a bad thing).

-H
I am all for it and can’t wait. Just let me know ahead of time. I know a couple others at Rock Your 4X4 that would be more than happy to come out. They know the park better than most and is a well respected mechanic Incase we run into any issues. Check them out on YouTube and Instagram.
 
#28
I'd love to see a trip with a few different trails or a longer experience. Maybe both Fordyce and the Rubicon, something like that. It'd be a lot better for people who can't get out west more than once a year.

Other trails I'd love to see as an option would be Cleghorn and Dusy Ershim.
 
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