Jeep Trail Reports
Whether you're hitting the trails this weekend or just web-wheeling, we have your California, Colorado, and Desert Southwest photos and route descriptions.
Pack your roof rack and fill your water jugs! You'll find just about everything you need to hit the trails and get rockin.' Don't worry if you're new to the sport, we can help answer any questions that come up. What have we been up to? Moab!
We started Saturday morning and we cleared and trimmed trees and brush from 2N84B and 2N84A.
Finally some sunshine on the last day in Moab. Steelbender was so close to the condo we couldn’t pass it up. The trail up the mountain was washed out in many areas.
Apparently when it rains for a day straight in Moab, rivers form.
Our trip continued with a mandatory stop in Moab, Utah.
After a leisurely 14-hour drive across the continent in the truck (not jeep!), we arrived in Montrose, Colorado.
We headed out with 5 jeeps for a Big Bear night run.
An epic 3-day trip from July 21-23, 2006.
After a very long closure due to the fires of 2004, Dishpan Springs Trail was finally reopened, so we headed up to Lake Arrowhead. Upon entering the canyon which leads to the trailhead, however, we were shocked to see the damage left by the fires.
Our first official 2N84 trail run as a group with Greg Hoffman was definitely extremely memorable.
The first ever MJR Adopt-A-Trail workday was a great success. Eighteen volunteers worked all day clearing brush, culverts, trash, logs and other debris from the trail.
View Slideshow Opens in a popup window. April 30, 2005: Another year to celebrate friendship and the love of jeepin. Here’s photos from our reunion run – if you haven’t been to one of these yet, stay tuned ’til next year!
View SlideshowOpens in a popup window. March 26-28, 2005: The winter rains of 04-05 have incredibly changed the scenery out at the dunes. Dry lakes are now filled with water and wildflowers blanket the ground.
These moderate trails require a little experience behind the wheel to avoid some body damage, but nothing compares to the stunning rock formations and valley views.
We took a little scenic route to get to Pumpkin Eater, mostly because we were lost. This trail is difficult to find, even with GPS coordinates.