Done quite a bit of traveling (from NJ) with the 89 YJ.
Went through Colorado, Utah, AZ, New Mexico and back (5600 miles), Tenn (2700 miles), multiple trips to New England and northern Vermont, as well as Jeep Jamborees in PA, MI and Vt. More on the horizon.
(I did run the GC on another VT trip, but that was more a matter of room to bring family members and the dog. Otherwise I'd take the YJ)
'89 Wrangler YJ
97 Grand Cherokee (ZJ)
87 MB 560SL roadster
Bi weekly trips from North Louisiana to Augusta, GA for months. ( dated a hottie over there for a while.) 750 miles each way......made the trips in 10 hours. And before you ask, yeah, she was worth it. Would have married her if she would have been willing to move to Texas or LA. She wasnt...but we still keep in touch from time to time.
Driving my Cherokee 767 miles from Scarbro, West Virginia to Fitchburg,Massachusetts(home) after taking Greyhound buses over 1 1/2 days to get down there to pick it up(thank you Kevin's Auto Sales,lol).
1998 Jeep Cherokee SE 2WD "Huffer"
2012 Fiat 500 Abarth "Scorpion"
2013 Ford Fusion SE "Epyon"
Moab Trails I've done: Onion Creek, Long Canyon, Dome Plateau, Top of The World (2), Fins-N-Things (2), Poison Spider,
Golden Spike, Gold Bar Rim, Hell's Revenge (2), Baby Lion Back, Cliff Hanger, Moab Rim, Kane Creek Canyon, Strike Ravine
We've made several family trips in the XJ or the ZJ, towing a popup, from OC CA to
- Glacier NP in Montana, with a stop at Great Basin NP in Nevada on the way back
- southern Utah via Great Basin NP again into Colorado with a swing north then back over the rockies and back
- North through CA, OR, & WA. Took the ferry to Victoria, BC and explored Vancoover Island for a few days. Took the ferry to Campbell, BC, a side trip to Whistler, then back home.
The BC trip was a cool trip, but exhausting. We only stayed two nights in the same place a couple of times. We're keeping the trips shorter anymore.
Longest off road trip was the Mojave Road earlier this year. We did 120 miles on the (mostly unpaved) trail through the Mojave Desert.