This month our family is planning on going to St. Thomas and I was wondering if anyone knew of any good 4x4 trails on the island or any of the islands for that matter. We'll be there a week so we should be able to reach any of them in the British or US Virgin Islands
We're going to be renting a 2 door JK sport it looks like so preferably something that a stock wrangler can tackle with the front sway bar connected
I wouldn't...they highly respect their land there. Don't **** it up.
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I'm pretty sure I know what I'm talking about. I think...
There were no "trails" when I was there. There are places where you can only get to by walking or an offraod vehicle like some beaches but in general the VIs are small islands where everybody want to be, Space is a premium and if it is flat enough to drive on it will have a time shared condo on it.
The trails in this book I got that say 4WD only unpaved roads on St. John's are the higher elevation section of Bordeaux Mountain Road, John's Head Road, Lameshur Road, and the very end of East End Road. Anybody know these? Are they challenging whatsoever or are they just bulldozed paths?
On Trip Adviser one person said they drove Bordeaux Mountain Road and said it was exciting. For someone with a lot of experience off the beaten path that may not mean a whole lot though