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Unread 09-02-2010, 07:19 PM   #1
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Where to off road?

Hey everyone, I live in Long Beach, ca and i am lookin for local places to off road that can be a day trip or a short weekend trip and I also need to be able to do it in a stock 98 wrangler. and also if anyone knows where the trail head is to Holy Jim OHV area thatd be great too

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Unread 09-02-2010, 07:56 PM   #2
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there is an off road park near on 15 (or 10) on your way to barstow going to Cajon.
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Unread 09-04-2010, 01:14 PM   #3
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is that azusa canyon youre talking about? I've been to azusa canyon before, but I was hoping thered be some other places closer, or maybe you know how to get to holy jim off road trail in orange?
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is that azusa canyon youre talking about? I've been to azusa canyon before, but I was hoping thered be some other places closer, or maybe you know how to get to holy jim off road trail in orange?
Holy Jim is a dirt road leading up into the National Forest. It is regularly traversed by the residents up there in 2 wheel drive mini vans. Go to the Wildomar OHV instead.
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Come wheeling with us at the huge Offroad for Fun event I posted about at http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f161/...-16-a-1100419/

There will be several offroad runs lead by experienced offroaders that are entirely suitable for a completely stock Wrangler. Be sure to have your Jeep ready for the mandatory safety check all offroaders must pass first, most of which is just common sense stuff. Here are some of the basics but all of them can be dound on the website I gave the link to above... battery hold down (OE is fine), spare tire within 2" of the diameter of your tires, a working parking brake, first-aid kit, a fully charged fire extinguisher, a working jack, etc.

Front and rear tow hooks or recovery points are strongly suggested as is a snatch strap with sewn loops at the ends with no steel tow hooks.

We hope you can make it, it's a charitable 4x4 event that raises $$$ for our disabled American veterans who will be amply represented at the event.
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