Alright so my jeep weighs upwards of 6k pounds, do you think this trail might be a bad idea for me? I see lots of sugar sand, was that a problem for anyone besides the motor home? Other than that my drive shaft is alreadey bent and I don't have much of anything that resembles a body.
All you need is a willingness to drag stuff over rocks. We stopped a few times to walk the trail and pick a line and at the last stop we realized that we could go another 1/4 mile or so, then that's it. So, we turned around where we were. When I get home tonight I'll post the GPS of where we stopped.
a buddy and i are planning on going tomorrow sometime in the am anyone wanna tag along ?
we have 31's and both have a limited slip in the rear and the tires that come stock do really well in the rocks skinny and can get into tight places lmfao........
Bald tires mean more rubber contact with the rocks; much better.
This is no kind of super trail. As I stated up front we didn't make it public because we had no idea what was up there and didn't want to end up with 15 jeeps all up in a dead end. It's no harder than most of the other black diamond trails we all know about but it is a riverbed so there are lots of rocks of every size.
You'll have a good time with a few crawls and climbs along with some bottom scrapes.
According to the GPS it's about 4.5 miles from where we stopped to split rock.