looking to go out wheeling tomorrow, had a few people back out, and looking to get some more going
thinking of hitting up wharton.
let me know if anyone is interested
bringing 11 rubicon and 09 sport with some work.
yeah sorry on that, we were supposed to head out to stag hill, but everyone dropped out last minute and a friend and myself had already screwed our schedules up to go out that day.
Was just seeing if anyone was already heading out there that I could tag along with. no winch, so don't want to head out alone.
I gotta fix my location, don't live in queens anymore lol.
I went to wharton. Was not impressed. Flat and a lot of water crossing. Maybe the folks I went with made it bad. Seemed like they just wanted to race around. Don't like to really haul a$$ on trails even if I know them. Anyway I would go back with the right crowd and maybe hit a different trail.
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I live in newburgh ny now, need to update lol.
wharton was ok, we ended up on cherry hill/water rd, was pretty nasty water and mud.
other than that it's just sandy trails from what I got to see, spent 5 hours getting someone unstuck, so didn't get to see much. Found some better stuff on li the other day, some nasty mud pits and some decent hill climbs.
I'm trying to find another weekend when I'm free, I'll let you guys know.
Still trying to get my xj back together as it's been in pieces for 2 yrs now lol. 309,850 miles and pretty much all original suspension, was in desperate need of repair.
If your looking for rock crawling you should go to rausch creek, its only like an hour and a half from phila. They have pretty much everything you could ask for and more there, rocks, mud, hill climbs. http://www.rauschcreekoffroadpark.org/ Wharton is what it is, hundreds of miles of trails all in southern new jersey. There are no rocks, plenty of sand, lots of mud and some hill climbs if you know where to go. It all depends on what your looking for, I have been wheeling in wharton state forest since the 80's. You have to be careful on where you go now because of places being shut down from abuse. You want to stay on the trails and try to follow the posted signs. There is plenty of fun to be had out there, not like the old days but still plenty of fun. Many of the main trails are on a normal GPS out there.