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  1. We're running Mud Springs trail, but only going as far as 'the big hill' where we'll break for lunch and anybody who wants to challenge themselves can go up 'the big hill' and back down again. Then we'll head back. It'll still be a full day of fun wheeling and gorgeous scenery. Bit of Trivia: Back in the day when the Offroad Passport team were noob's, 'the big hill' was as far as we ever got on the Mud Springs Trail, so in a sense it was the end of the trail for us then. Meet-up: 8:30 AM - Depart for trail 8:45 AM (or when everyone is ready) Baja gas station (Chevron) on Hwy 87 and Fort McDowell Rd: MAP Additional Info: No permit is required for this trip. CB Channel: 4 Ham Frequency: 146.46 Driver Requirement: This trail is for experienced 4x4 enthusiasts only. Vehicle Minimums: All vehicles are required to meet state legal requirements, (i.e.: current registration and insurance) Have functional seat-belts for each occupant Each vehicle must have a CB Radio or a Ham Radio in good working order Must have suitable recovery points front and rear High-clearance 4x4's with some lift and a low-range 33"+ aggressive all-terrain or mud-terrain tires Full skid plate protection & rock rails required A locker is highly recommended Vehicle Recommendations: Low axle gearing, upgraded axle shafts, 4:1 transfer case, 33"+ tires, custom roll-cage. CB Channel: 4 Ham Frequency: 146.46 MHz Trail Leaders: @Number7 & @dzJeepChic @theksmith Attending: @scottL Post to this thread that you'd like to go and we'll add you to the roster.
  2. Home safe ! Check out the new trail rash. Slightly destroyed rear plate and holder. A good run alongside the drives rear fender... and pushed body in a little...
  3. A few of us escaped COVID-19 sheltering yesterday, and ran Hackberry Creek trail, near Superior, AZ. Don't worry, @Number7, @theksmith, @scottL, and I stayed away from each other! The trail has really eroded in a few places giving it a solid Difficult rating. Funny thing is, 'The Ledge' that used to give everybody a tough time is no problem now days. You can see all the pictures I took here: Diane's Pictures Starting out with a bang, we immediately came to a tricky obstacle. Going down The Fin This is The Ledge that used to be a more difficult obstacle. Superior in the distance with Weaver's Needle in the background Excellent weather, and it was nice to be outdoors for a change.
  4. Here are some pictures from the trail ride yesterday. Thanks everyone who came out to enjoy the day! The weather was beautiful, and we had a nice day. Along for the ride were: @klaykrusher @Eugene @GRUNT @gearhead @lofreqjeff @curbjumper @Number7 & me. See all my pictures here: Montana Mountain Pictures Here are a few Grunt is already trying to pick fights
  5. Full day run on 03/07/2020 to the Verde River and around the Pine Mountain Wilderness Route Overview: Cave Creek Rd (24) north to Bloody Basin Rd (269) east to Childs Rd (16/16A) north to 1676 (USGS) / 57 (Google) west to (parallel to Houston Creek) Verde Hot Springs Rd (57) north to Dugas Rd (68G) east to Verde River (closed crossing), then Dugas Rd (68G) west to Dugas Rd (County 171) west to I17 Air up point Click here for more information and to sign up!
  6. 1/4/2020: 10th Annual Holiday Party Trail Ride BBQ Gift Exchange Cookie Contest: near Carefree, AZ: 4x4 Easy Hey everyone!!! Please note that due to recent rainy weather and local flooding, the location for this year's holiday party has changed!! It's time for Offroad Passport's Annual Holiday party after the Holidays! Join us for a short trail ride and big time fun! There's BBQ'd burgers & dogs and a potluck lunch, the infamous cut-throat white elephant gift exchange, and the annual cookie contest (AND JUDGING - YUM!)! After all the fun and excitement we'll head back the way we went in, probably airing up by mid-afternoon. It's a fun day with your Offroad Passport friends! NOTICE MEET UP CHANGE to NORTH SCOTTSDALE! 9:30 AM at the Shell gas station on Dynamite Road & Alma School Rd: Map link here... Note: You may want to get gas at a different place first though since that Shell is SO 'spencive! Sign up for the POTLUCK! Offroad Passport supplies Hamburgers and Hotdogs (not the buns). Let us know what you can bring to contribute to the lunch. We'll also need tables, trash bags, etc. Potluck Sign-up: NOTE: There is no 'Desserts' category since the Cookie Baking Contest covers that. Hamburgers & Hotdogs: The Offroad Passport Team Charcoal & Lighter Fluid: The Offroad Passport Team Hamburger & Hotdog Buns Est. 5 pkg. Hamburger & 5 pkg Hotdog TOTAL: 1. Mynr1 - 3 pkg Hamburger 2. 4x4tographer - 2 pkg Hamburger, 2 pkg hotdog 3. shellback91 - 3 pkg hotdog . Condiments (Ketchup, mustard, relish, mayo, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, etc.) 1. ketchup, mayo, mustard - Bradywgn71 2. Lettuce - shellback91 3. telkrin - bacon, onions, tomatoes and green chilis for bugers! . Cheese for the Hamburgers: 1. Slydawg 2. johnpa . Sides/Salads/Appetizers: cole slaw - Bradywgn71 Side dish - Ob1Jeeper Side Dish - MzPriss & Cher's Dad macaroni salad - DandE81 potato salad - 4x4tographer pasta salad - snrmullen2000 . Chips, etc.: 1. chips and salsa - Riddler 2. Chips & Snacky stuff - lofreqjeff . Soft Drinks: 1. scottL - and assortment of SODA 2. Finally4Wheelin - soda 3. Spurz . Ice: 1. Mynr1 . Paper Plates, Plastic Cutlery, Napkins, etc.: 1. Klaykrusher . Bottled Water: 1. Curly . Trash Bags: 1. KC4X4 2. lofreqjeff - collapsible trash bins and take out all trash as usual! . Tables: 1. Curly 2. 4x4tographer + popup shelter 3. KC4X4 4. lofreqjeff 1 or 2 5. Riddler . Enter the Cookie Baking Contest! Bring your homemade cookies in a container with your name on it. The cookie with the most votes wins some Offroad Passport Swag (1 T-shirt & 2 Round Decals!) Gift Exchange Bring wrapped gift(s) to participate! $20 suggested limit. No limit on number of gifts per person. 4x4, Expedition, Camping or White Elephant! Have fun with it but please bring something YOU'D love to win. Take a number for each gift you bring. The highest number goes first by opening any present. The next highest number may steal the first gift or open another one and so on until all the gifts are open. A gift may be stolen no more than 1 time per round, and is completely frozen on its 3rd steal. Additional Info: This trip is subject to cancellation or postponement due to rain CB Channel: 4 Ham Simplex Frequency: 146.460 MHz No Pets! With the large group, mingling, food and BBQ grill, this trip is not a suitable place for pets. Please leave your dogs/cats/falcons/etc. at home for this event! Post a reply in this thread saying you'd like to go and we'll put you on the roster! Holiday Party Special!! Color Shirts: $15, White Shirts $10 (+ $2 for XXL or XXXL) Hats: Dark Gray Digi $20 Camo - $15 Since the cookie contest winner gets to pick out a shirt, we're bringing all of them. Let me know if you want to buy some ORP swag! Photo credit: Sarah aka kaspily. Attending: @Number7 & @dzJeepChic @theksmith @Bradywgn71 & @kaspily @johnpa @SlyDawg @Curly @ob1jeeper & @Ladybug @telkrin @shellback91 @mynr1 @4x4tographer @KC4X4 @lofreqjeff @Riddler @MzPriss @GRUNT @scottL @DandE81 @Finally4wheelin @snrmullen2000 @Spurz
  7. It's time for Offroad Passport's Annual Holiday Party after the holidays! Join us for a short trail ride (4x4 easy) and big time fun. Offroad Passport provides the burgers & dogs with members bringing side items for a potluck lunch in the desert. There's also the infamous cut-throat white elephant gift exchange and annual cookie contest (and judging, YUM!). After all the fun and excitement we head back to pavement, probably airing up by mid-afternoon. It's an awesome way to wind down the holidays with your Offroad Passport friends! Hey everyone!!! Please note that due to recent rainy weather and local flooding, the location for this year's holiday party has changed!! Open to Everyone: Sign up & more info click here...
  8. Montana Mountain is a easy trail northwest of Florence Junction and northwest of Superior. Some sections are steep, and rutted. Stock vehicles with high ground clearance and articulation should be fine. Club Members: Sign up & more info...
  9. We're going to run the Coke Ovens Loop New Years Day. Full day run with lunch along the trail. It has been a long time since we have seen the Coke Ovens, it will be interesting to see what condition they're in now!! Club Members: Sign up and more info here...
  10. Sunday we went out to explore Willow Springs Canyon near Apache Junction, AZ. It had been probably about 15 years since George and I had been there, so we had no idea what the conditions would be like currently. Turns out that the Willow Springs trail is easy, and the scenery is just spectacular. We were there on a cloudy and partly rainy day, and the desert colors came alive. There'd been so much rain lately, that the area is super green and lush; a rarity in AZ. Along for the ride were @theksmith, @klaykrusher, and @gearhead. We came to this optional obstacle area, but none of us attempted it because everything was so wet we were afraid to slip off. So we continued on down the trail. Until we came to this We could see that offroad buggies could go through that, but not us. So that was the end of the trail for us, and we decided to find a good lunch spot. After lunch, we headed back the way we came. The rainy day views were breath-taking. Hey @Lichen! We saw lots of lichen. The story continues in the Club Only section. Thanks everyone who came out on a rainy day!!
  11. Willow Springs Canyon is part of the Bulldog Canyon OHV system. We ran this trail over 20 years ago, so we're not sure how to rate this day trip. If memory serves, many of the obstacles are by=passable. We figure we'll go in as far as we can, and if we get to some insurmountable obstacle, we'll stop there, have a picnic, and come back home. Club Members Only: Sign up & more info
  12. We want to explore the Bull Dog Canyon Area. Looking to run two or three trails in this area that are both rated easy. Free PERMIT Required. Get this here: https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/tonto/recreation/ohv/?cid=stelprdb5348179https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/tonto/recreation/ohv/?cid=stelprdb5348179 See Trip Forum for more information and to sign up.
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