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Unread 03-28-2015, 11:03 PM   #1
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Anyone up for 4S21 in Hemet on Sat 4/4/15?

Just went up it today and it was fun and easy. Its rated as most difficult on the signs but I did it in an 89 XJ w/stock suspension, with rear locker and worn out 29" BFG AT's. The locker probably helped a bit but I bet it could be done without it.

If you haven't been to the San Jacinto OHV park, its pretty cool, there are even a bunch of areas for shooting. Most of the trails are extremely easy and scenic, but 4S21 is supposed to be difficult. It looks intimidating for beginners, but should be quite easily doable in any Jeep.

Off the 74 hwy, its about 45 minutes of easy trails till you get to the beginning of 4S21. Then another 30 minutes until you get to the 243 highway.

Id say the trail head starts about 1h15 minutes from North Escondido.

I'm planning on doing it again on 4/4/15 at around 11am. If anyone would like to join, just say so!

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Unread 03-29-2015, 08:04 AM   #2
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never heard of any of this before. Is it on a map someplace?

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Unread 03-29-2015, 03:49 PM   #4
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heres a more specific map of the San Jacinto mountain where 4S21 is located:

http://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_...rdb5202572.pdf

At best 4S21 is intimidating to beginners while being technically easy. Its very scenic at least. It has the highest difficulty level on the signs I think (the black square with the very jagged line)

If you are into shooting and havent been here, it might be a good trip to see the shooting areas to know if its somewhere you might want to go or not. They are totally legal and we will pass within a few feet of them on the way up.

EDIT: Actually I cant seem to find a video of the "difficult" parts of 4S21..they all seem to show the very beginning which is really easy.

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