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!
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.
View Slideshow Opens in a popup window. October 16, 2004: We headed out on another MJR Calico run, now that the temperatures are cooling off a bit. On with the photos…
Another beautiful day in the San Bernardino National Forest.
This is a fairly complete listing of trails in the Big Bear / Lake Arrowhead area. Thanks to FishPoet for the legwork. USFS rated black diamond 4×4 trails near Big Bear Lake: 3N10 John Bull 3N93 Holcomb Creek 2N06X Lower Larga 1N01 Pipes Canyon 2N90 Tip Top Mountain 3N03A Horsethief Flat 3N69 Gold Mountain 1N38 […]
Here’s a growing list of commonly asked questions in the forest. For general forest information & links, please visit out Big Bear Area section. How do trails like “3N34” get their name? What do the trail ratings mean? Do you have a listing of great trails in the area? Question: How do trails like “3N34” […]
September 27, 2003: Wow, can you say hot? Everyone found their spot in the shade to watch some of the Jeeps try to climb up this vicious gatekeeper.
The trip started with our first run over the newly revamped Deep Creek/Dishpan Springs trail. The lovely concrete bridge now stands at the old water crossing.
The weather ended up perfect, as usual in California. We started out at Green Valley Lake on 3N16 and made our way toward Holcomb Creek Trail.