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Unread 11-05-2014, 08:03 AM   #1
danthman
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anyone in yuma

now that winter is apon us, whos up for a jeep run? there are a few different loops we can do.
in the morning everyone to meet at the chevron on 7 and 95. that would be the start.
starting there drive past mittry lake and head into the desert on the west side of YPG up to martinez lake. here you can hit 95 back to yuma or continue on to red cloud mine road all the way to the old town of cibola which is occupied by squatters. so its not a good idea to go there. instead stop and check out the old grave yard then head back or continue to cibola lake road to 95.

or same meeting place, but travel up 95 to castledome. this will be an allnighter maybe 2 depending on how fast everyone is. last time i did this it was around 300 miles so extra gas is a must.
from castledome mines north through mcphearson pass. then to kofa mine/graveyard. after that wind through washes and canyons with cool rock formations through the desert to either hoodoo cabin or wilbanks cabin for camp. in the morining north through the desert to a road that comes out 8 or 9 miles south of quartzite. stop at quartzite to top off then you can either head south on 95 to yuma or go to cibola lake road and come in through the back way of ypg on red cloud mine road...
or little day trips here and there...

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Unread 11-06-2014, 07:50 PM   #2
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Just saying hi, I don't live in Yuma anymore. Been on all those trails you mentioned, always enjoyed the Kofa mtn area. Have you been out to Big Eye mine or Indian pass road? Easy, fun and close to town.

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Unread 11-07-2014, 11:43 AM   #3
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Just saying hi, I don't live in Yuma anymore. Been on all those trails you mentioned, always enjoyed the Kofa mtn area. Have you been out to Big Eye mine or Indian pass road? Easy, fun and close to town.

Curly
never been to either one. i generally put around the foothills and laguna mountains or the trails to lagurta station. i have done el camino del diablo before. wont do it again tho'. illegals snuck into our camp and cleaned out my buddies ice chest. only left him with ice. took his food/water and beer.. he woke up when they closed the lid.
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