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  1. We're interested in exploring the many pristine beaches along the Sea of Cortez, from San Felipe to Loreto in Baja de California, Mexico. We would be posting this as a ORP Club trip limited to 5 or 7 vehicles including leaders. We expect to be gone a week to 10 days, depending on what the group decides. This will be posted as easy 4x4, but will be required to have recovery points and some lift. EDIT: Looking at this more closely together, @Number7 and I think we would prefer to only go as far down the coast to about El Colorado, if that far, going from San Felipe to 2 or 3 other beach 'campos', and mostly hanging out, before heading back the same way. If we altered the trip to less distance, and 4 - 5 nights of beach camping (gone 7 days max) would you still be into going @alexshel44 & @shellback91 We are researching all the beach camps and hotels along the way for prices and amenities. Crossing the US Border We plan to cross the US Border into Mexico in Mexicali. We will stay together as a group until everyone is through the border and visa office. You will need a US Passport or a US Passport Card We will check in at the border to buy the required visas (depends on number of days we decide to stay) San Felipe - what Rocky Point used to be From there we'll go down to San Felipe for the night, either camp or get rooms at one of the many places to choose from. https://en.sandollarresort.com/ The next day we'll embark upon our journey to discover lazy days and fish tacos at pristine deserted beaches. We will explore along the coast each day until we decide where to stop for the night. There are camp sites and little hotels all along the way. If we decide just to stay a whole day and swim, we will. We'd like the trip to be fluid, and take shape along the way rather than have a set agenda. Some of the campos and points of interest: Leave San Felipe and drive MX Hwy 5 south along the sea of Cortez, stopping along the way at cool places. We will at times take dirt roads to beach coves. Several we've noted in google maps: Bahia Santa Maria Jenny's Beach Resort https://chenowthlegacylodge.com.mx/ After more consideration of this trip, the points of interest below are further than we intend to travel this time: San Francisquito Bahia de los Angeles Daggets Camp ground has palapas with fire pits, and there's running water and hot showers (I have found that there are many campos with showers and toilets in various states of repair) Bahia de los Angeles Museum Puerto San Francisquito Playa del Barril Bahia Concepcion Homeward Bound On the way home we can either go back the way we came, or we can take MX Hwy 1, which goes along the Pacific coast to Ensenada and Tijuana. We can talk about this before going and come up with a plan. There is not a lot that I want to see on the pacific side per se, but I'm not completely adverse to returning that way. The area around Ensenada is noted to be very beautiful. If someone wants to go on this trip but they can't be gone that long, they could go back early with another member. So if you want to go home early, pair up with someone who also wants to leave early. We'd prefer if everyone stays in pairs at least! Considerations: ~You will need Mexican pesos to buy things and tip people. There are several easy ways to obtain them: Purchase pesos at the border - usually fees and higher than going exchange rate I opened a WISE account, moved some US Dollars into it, and converted them into MX Pesos at the going rate for a very low conversion fee. When I get to the MX border, I'll go to a regular ATM to pull out pesos, and I'll use my WISE debit card wherever I can for food, gas, etc. You can buy pesos from your bank if you have a debit account at one of the big national banks such as Chase, Wells Fargo, BofA, etc. ~We will be monitoring US Travel advisories and news from Baja prior to the trip, and will cancel/postpone in the event it's not safe to go. Post in this thread if you'd be interested in going Interested: @Number7 & @dzJeepChic @alexshel44 @shellback91 @ob1jeeper @Ken Ford @Goose
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    Explore the famous and historic Bradshaw Trail in Southern California with us, an 80 mile overland-style journey through some gorgeous landscapes. We'll check out some historic sites, explore the Chuckwalla Mountains, and drive through the amazing Red Canyon. DETAILS & RSVP HERE Please note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options → THE JOURNEY 3 days, 2 nights Overall mileage is 104 miles Our trip will take us from Blythe, CA to Chiraco Summit, CA We will take a range of roads that span the spectrum of surface types, including pavement, gravel, soft and deep sand, and rock TRAIL INFORMATION Difficulty Rating: Easy Trail Condition Concerns: Deep soft sand (chief concern) Washboards & Washouts Steep moderate climb out of Red Canyon - possible off-camber Possible UXO (unexploded ordinance) south of the main Bradshaw Trail - that is the Chocolate Mountain gunnery range. Any metal object found in the dirt in that area should be assumed to be explosive. REQUIREMENTS DRIVER REQUIREMENTS Trip is suitable to all experience levels Willingness to commit to significant seat time with us A cool head and a positive attitude VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS Trip is suitable to any high-clearance 4x4 with LOW RANGE Trip is suitable for overland-style offroad-trailers All vehicles are required to meet state legal requirements, (i.e.: current registration and insurance) & have functional seat-belts for each occupant Must have suitable recovery points front and rear Must have quality, durable, aggressive all-terrain or mud-terrain tires Must have an operational GMRS radio or Ham Radio capable of GMRS frequencies Must have a full-size spare tire
  3. 9/9 - 9/11/2022: LUCKY 13th Annual ORP Dirt Formal Gala | Dogtown Lake |near Williams, AZ | 4x4 EZ | Games & Prizes!! It’s that time of year! Join us for the LUCKY 13th annual ORP Dirt Formal Gala in the beautiful ponderosa pines of Williams, AZ. Chock full of friends, family, games, prizes, laughter and dirt – there’s fun for everyone! Stay with us at improved group site at *Dogtown Lake Campground where you can enter the salsa & dip contests, or simply sample and vote (YUM), enter the 1st ever ORP Overland Field Day and win prizes, or watch it all from the comfort of your camp chair. You don't want to miss out on this! *We navigated away from our original plan to return to the Cinders OHV this year due to the devastating Tunnel Fire. We'll be monitoring the O'Leary Campground and Cinders OHV regeneration progress and hope to return someday. But we couldn't let that hinder our plans to host an awesome weekend with our ORP fam, so we grabbed the Group Site down the road at Dogtown Lake. Check out the historic town of Williams and Route 66 Explore scenic trails in the Kaibab National Forest Fish or hike at Dogtown Lake Enter to win official Offroad Passport swag in a range of epic camp games And more! Grab the family and come spend a weekend tent or RV camping with us. Don't be that person hearing about all the great stuff you missed for the next whole year - sign up now! LOCATION Dogtown Lake, just 7 miles south of Williams, AZ | Click here for: MAP We reserved the group camp site at Dogtown Lake campground. All campsites can accommodate tents, trailers and RVs. Campground amenities include vault toilets, water and garbage bins. There are no hookups or dump station at the campground. Overflow parking is also available. Campers are drawn to the area's hiking and fishing opportunities. The lake is stocked with trout, crappie and channel catfish. Visitors can enjoy a guided nature trail near the lake and a hiking trail that leads to a scenic overlook of the area from the top of nearby Davenport Hill. The calm waters are inviting for canoes, kayaks and electric motorboats. Single motors of one horsepower or less are permitted. UPDATE: see above and word from camp host: FYI the spigots in the campground don't work right now, but there is a large tank of water where you can fill up a container to use in camp. ABOUT THE GROUP SITE The group site is Loop C in the image below, highlighted in yellow. If your RV set up is too large for the group site, we found these nearby alternatives for your consideration. Site 30 on Loop B (closest to the group site) is $88/night and can accommodate 2 RV's up to 40'. Site 3 on Loop A (across the lane from group site) is $60/night and can accommodate 1 RV up to 40'. COST Camping Fee (includes 2 night stay in group site): $60 per single vehicle $85 per vehicle pulling military style trailer / "bar-cart" $120 per vehicle pulling travel trailer, or RV, or RV pulling a vehicle MAX RV Length = 30' Camping Fees NON-Refundable after Aug 21, 2022 There are 3 Easy Options for Paying-in-Advance: 1) PayPal: Log in: Jump on to your PayPal account or app Input: Send to info@offroadpassport.com Forum Name: Include a note with your forum name and "2022 Gala" Payment Type: Choose "Friends & Family" as the payment method to avoid processing fees 2) Zelle: In your bank's app or website: Look for a Zelle option in the "Make Transfer" or "Send money" feature Send to: info@offroadpassport.com Message: Please include a note with your forum name and "2022 Gala" 3) Mail a Check: Make check payable to Offroad Passport Please indicate your forum name, 2022 Gala in the memo Mail check BEFORE August 21, 2022 to: Offroad Passport 3120 W Carefree Highway Ste 1-784 Phoenix AZ 85086-3202 If you are not able to Pay-in-Advance, please see Diane @dzJeepChic at the Gala event with cash or check Non-Campers Suggested Donation: This is ORP's annual fundraising event, and the reimbursement money from the camp site is our primary fundraising source. Non-campers can help out too by making a donation of $15/person (adult). Club & Supporting Memberships cover our absolute most basic operating costs and so we're really relying on this event to help us out. ITINERARY Will be updated as we nail down event details Friday (9/9) Arrive anytime after 2 PM, most folks show up mid afternoon. Setup your campsite. Dinner (self-prepared) and campfire social time, be sure to welcome any new faces! Saturday (9/10) Easy rated trail ride hosted by @4x4tographer Start time 9AM >>>>More info click here<<<< ORP Overland Field Day in camp Start time: 1:30PM ish ORP Annual Salsa & Dip Contest (late afternoon) Start time: after OOFD 3PM - 4PM ish 50/50 Raffle Announcements and Prizes, prizes, prizes! Start time: after the Salsa and Dip contest Campfire social time, visit with old friends and get to know new folks! Other things to do in camp Fishing or hiking at Dogtown Lake Camp games like corn hole Check out Williams on your own for touristy stuff, or just hang out and relax at camp! Sunday (9/11) Leisurely break camp, bid friends adieu & head home anytime! IMPORTANT NOTES Familiarize yourself with Offroad Passport's Pet Policy Be sure to bring everything you need for meals, including to cook with. While we don't know the exact layout, the campground description mentions some common grills and tables Alcohol at camp is OK - please be responsible and respectful. ABSOLUTELY NO DRINKING & DRIVING! This is a family-friendly event! Please print, sign, and bring this form with you to the event. SATURDAY ACTIVITIES ORP Overland Field Day Fun, easy challenges testing basic overlanding skills Details and Sign up HERE! As much fun to watch as it is to participate Special prize for the winner! Annual Salsa & Dip Contest: Enter your homemade salsa or dip! Back by popular demand, we are keeping the chip/veggie dip contest! Keep on ice until Saturday evening. Offroad Passport supplies the chips, but you're welcome to bring more. EVERYONE come hungry!! Enjoy the chips, salsas and dips and VOTE for the winners! The salsa and dip contests will compete separately - there will be 2 winners! Each winner gets to choose a new style ORP shirt! (lots of colors!) 50/50 ORP Raffle: Also back by popular demand is a 50/50 raffle! Tickets on sale Saturday afternoon/evening 1 Ticket Drawn Saturday evening - winner gets 50% of the ticket sales! Tickets: $5/Ticket | $20/5 Tickets HOW YOU CAN HELP! Bring a bundle of firewood for the community campfire pit NEW: Firewood is available for sale at the camp host. Proceeds benefit Dogtown Lake, a non-profit. Bring your corn hole or other lawn games to play at camp Make a donation (see "Suggested Donation" info above). NEW!! ORP new swag will be on display and available for purchase at special Gala discount prices. Bring some cash if you want in on this deal, there is no ATM machine on site. More info here... ATTENDEES Interested in joining in on the fun? Drop a comment below and let us know! Please indicate your camping set up; Tent, RV, Truck/Trailer? THX! @theksmith 2 Jeeps & 1 Travel Trailer (Camping Fee Paid In Advance) @dzJeepChic & @Number7 Truck & Tent (Camping Fee Paid In Advance) @4x4tographer & @Yodamom RV & Jeep (Camping Fee Paid In Advance) @shellback91 Jeep & Tent (Camping Fee Paid In Advance) @KtroubleA Jeep & Opus2 Trailer (Camping Fee Paid In Advance) @K2man56 Truck & Travel Trailer (Camping Fee Paid In Advance) @Mick Bowers Toyota LC & Tent (Camping Fee Paid In Advance) @Rawhyd Jeep & Tent (Camping Fee Paid In Advance) @Ken Ford Jeep & Teardrop trailer (Camping Fee Paid In Advance) @Curly Truck & Travel Trailer (Camping Fee Paid In Advance) @AZRNintheJeep242 Jeep & Tent (Camping Fee Paid In Advance) @Bradywgn71 & @kaspily Jeep & RV (Rented a separate space 43 on Loop B) @MzPriss Jeep & bar cart (Rented a airbnb in Williams) @Scott Miller Jeep & RV (Rented a separate space on Loop A) (Paid non-camper donation In Advance) @Lichen FJC & Tent (Camping Fee Paid In Advance) @Russ Chung Jeep & Camp Trailer (Camping Fee Paid In Advance) @Jeep XO Jeep & Tent @Squidee Bronco II & Tent (Camping Fee Paid In Advance) @andimac Jeep w/RTT (Camping Fee Paid In Advance)
  4. I am interested in doing some exploring in Nevada out near the Alamo/Pioche/Caliente area. I want to go see the Delamar Ghost Town to start. I then want to explore the Silver State Trail System that is in that area. I found a GPX file for Delamar via Alamo Canyon Road on Trails Offroad. The trailhead is just south of Alamo,NV. From Delamar we would go north on Helene and Delamar Ghost Towns trail to HWY 93. From where that trail ends the Silver State Trail System is just north of the highway. If I do not get to this next year then 2024 is when I will. What I have as far as information: 2 trails with waypoints & POI's. A GPX file for the Silver State Trail System.(All the colored in trails West of Pioche) A paper map of the area that shows restrictions of certain trails to certain types of vehicles. An itch to go. Average weather for that time of year. What I do not have: Waypoints or POI's on the SSTS. I do know there are information boards etc. out there. I also believe there is a scattering of old mining operations & possibly homesteads. A final route. This area covers a lot of ground so dissecting is in the future. A crystal ball that can see if the guberment is going to make things worse than they are now as far as gas prices go. Alamo is a little over 6 hours away from where I am so that would mean a long weekend. My plan as of now is to get a room in Alamo on a Friday night, run some trails Saturday and camp. Then run some trails Sunday and either get done early and go home or run until Sunday afternoon and camp or hotel it Sunday night. Could be fun, could be a waste of time but we'll never know unless we go. If this is something you may be interested at some point in time let me know. Let's discuss! Maybe interested/Interested @4x4tographer @theksmith @Curly @Stacey and Scott @gearhead @mbuckner @AZRNintheJeep242 @Lichen @Ladybug
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    Enjoy a fun loop around the San Francisco Peaks on this 1-night overland-style trip through the Coconino National Forest Full details & and sign-ups here! Please note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
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    Join us for the 13th annual 2022 ORP Dirt Formal Gala! Join us at Dogtown Lake Campground near Williams, AZ where we have a massive group site all to ourselves! Spend a weekend tent or RV camping with your ORP fam. Don't be that person hearing about all the great stuff you missed for the next whole year - sign up! Full details & and sign-up HERE
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    The Dusy Ershim is an extremely difficult and beautiful 4x4 trail located in the middle-of-nowhere portion of the Sierra National Forest in California. It's often compared to The Rubicon Trail with similar granite slabs and towering pines, but most folks agree current trail conditions and the 30 mile length make it much tougher. The entire trail is higher elevation (9 to 10k feet), so there's an even shorter wheeling season of Aug 1 through Nov 1 depending on snowpack. This challenging overland adventure will entail rock-crawl style wheeling for 3 to 4 days with primitive tent camping by the trail each night. IMPORTANT: Please read this post in the pre-planning thread to know what you're getting into, this is not a typical Offroad Passport overland trip. ALSO: Note these dates could shift depending on weather or wildfires. The listed dates are actual wheeling dates (3 to 4 days), so add in time for travel to and from the Shaver Lake area. Full details & and sign-up Please note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
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    The last adventure around Mammoth was so much fun, we're doing it again for those that missed it! Saturday & Sunday we'll hit a total of 3 to 4 very scenic moderate-rated trails including the famous Tucson Wash. Saturday night will be primitive tent camping near one of the trails. There's an optional extra trail on the way home Sunday (rated difficult). Full details & RSVP here... Please note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
  9. Cherry Creek is a 41 mile run through the Sierra Anchas that spans a range of geographies from mountain pine to low desert. This trip is considered a bit of a swan song for the trail as it is slated to be closed by the Forest Service via their recent Travel Management Plan. We have a short span of time where running the trail is still allowed. Details & RSVP Here (repost)... Please note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options → TRAIL DIFFICULTY: Exploratory Experience driving difficult trails recommended. Trail gains its rating for the following reasons: Off camber: mild to extreme Possible high water crossings Narrow shelf roads Trail/switchback washouts guaranteed Potential for body damage Vehicle Minimums: All vehicles are required to meet state legal requirements, (i.e.: current registration and insurance) & have functional seat-belts for each occupant Must have suitable recovery points front and rear Rock sliders/rocker protection Skid plate protection of important components Flexy suspension with sway bar disconnects High-clearance 4x4 with low-range 33"+ aggressive all-terrain or mud-terrain tire Each vehicle must have a GMRS or Ham Radio in good working order Vehicle Recommendations: Winch, aftermarket differential covers, high-clearance metal bumpers, low axle gearing, 4:1 transfer case, 35"+ tires. Spare fuel if you have a thirsty rig (trail is only 40 miles, but there is only 1 shot at refueling in Roosevelt before you hit a long, dead stretch of highway home). Driver Requirements: Experience on difficult trails is a plus A cool head and a positive attitude
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    Red Creek is an amazing hidden desert oasis only about 90 minutes from Cave Creek, AZ. Join us on this unique moderately difficult 4x4 trail that runs right through the creek. We'll tent camp where the the canyon collides with the Verde River, enjoying the relaxing sounds of running water and the beauty of several large oak trees. After leisurely breaking camp the next morning, we'll travel the same route in reverse to exit. Full details & RSVP here... Please note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
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    Join us for an epic 2-day overland adventure across the famous Devil's Highway in southern Arizona! Details & RSVP here... Note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
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    Spend a week exploring a range of exciting & scenic trails throughout Moab, Utah - the Mecca of the 4x4 world! Details & RSVP here... Note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
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    Join me for 3 days, 2 nights and approximately 145 miles of exploration on this overland style run. This route will take us from the south end of the KOFA National Wildlife Refuge to the north where we'll wind up on I-10 Sunday. This scenic area is known for wildlife and old mines & cabins from the mining glory days. Details & RSVP here... Note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
  14. Club Members! Check out our adventure to the Cliff House in southern Arizona. In an effort to keep the Cliff House in good condition, I am not sharing publicly. Link to story:
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    Come run some trails north of Tucson! On Saturday we will be running Charouleau Gap from Oracle to Tucson. We will camp halfway through the trail. If you live in the Phoenix area, you'll be amazed at how much cooler the nights are in Tucson; the camping should be perfect. Club Members Only: Sign up & more info...
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    Located in the cool pines near Strawberry AZ, there's fun for everyone! Enter the Salsa Contest, play a whacky game, win a tee shirt, kick back by the fire! Spend a weekend tent or RV camping with Offroad Passport on the beautiful Mogollon Rim. It's an extremely scenic area with plenty of little gravel roads along the rim to explore. We will be dry camping with no facilities, and while most of us tent camp, the area is accessible by small RV too. Don't be that person hearing about all the great stuff you missed for the next whole year - sign up now! Open to Everyone: Sign up & more info...
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    Enjoy the beauty and remoteness of the Arizona Strip. There can be found overlooks like Kelly Point, Twin Point, Whitmore Point, Mollies Point, Kanab Point and much more. All are seldom visited and allow great views into the Grand Canyon and its vicinity. Club Members Only: Sign up & more info...
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