Everyone cool if we leave a little later on friday for poison spider? Like 5? Turns out I need to take my son to the dentist that morning before leaving, so going to make it tight timeline to make it there and ready to go by 4.
I'm good with whatever. Maybe Friday still on for poison spider and decide what to do after that?
That sounds good. We should still be fine running Kane Creek Saturday morning if we want, but for those interested maybe we could do a Pritchett run afterwards with Braden and them, that or sunday morning.
Not sure if anyone else is familiar with Pritchett, and not trying to scare anyone off, just want everyone know what they are getting into. Me personally im scared to death(but im a wuss). Here is a decription from the Red Rock 4 Wheelers about the trail.
Pritchett Canyon is becoming more difficult every year, and is now to the point where the average, well equiped trail rig may have great difficulty in completing the trail. Two locking differentials, a winch, and 33" tires are required, 35"+ tires are recommended, as well as excellent driving skills. Vehicles with large amounts of lift will find the trail especially harrowing, as the many off cambor spots will induce body roll and severly test a drivers nerve. Rollovers and broken parts are very common, and there are no easy bypasses. We have found that the majority of rigs will require a wince or strap on at least a couple of the obstacles.
It was a Jeep thing, but all that stuff broke
92 Jeep YJ Wrangler
"YJ's are for poor people" - Brian
There are you tube videos that will show the difficulty of this trail, along with a lot of flops. I have been wanting to run pritchett but lack of having somebody that knows the trail to run it with and a nerves have kept me from it.