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  1. Posting this on behalf of Craigger.... Craig and Alaina are running the backway to Crown King on Saturday 8/24/19 and would like to welcome you to join them. They are spending the night up there at an Inn but you can return home down the front side if you'd prefer. this trail is rated moderate. 4x4 low range, aggressive tires, basic skid plates, and at least one frame-mounted recovery point are required. a small lift is recommended. for those not familiar with it, the trail takes about 4 hours to go from Lake Pleasant to Crown King where there is a bar/restaurant plus a little store with gas (usually) and not much else. then you take a gravel road down to the I-17 to return to Phoenix. the return trip takes a couple hours. Crown King is about 5,700 feet in elevation so it should be a fair bit cooler there. Meetup Time: 10am Where: Lake Pleasant area. Where Rt 74 and castle hot Springs meets. Parking area on the right (33°50'06.3"N 112°18'55.6"W). N Castle Hot Springs Rd, Morristown, AZ 85342 GPS Meetup: 33.835069, -112.315440 What to bring: Plenty of water, snacks, can have lunch at the Saloon on top. CB Channel 4
  2. I apologize if this is the wrong place to post this, if so please move it. I’m wanting to check out Bulldog Canyon in a couple weeks, maybe the 1st. I’ve never been there and I do have a permit. Would anyone want to lead a day run out there? I am also wondering if anyone has been through there on a holiday weekend. If so is it crowded or just a normal amount of folks out there?
  3. join me for a evening run up a tall peak on the north side of Lake Pleasant. hopefully we'll have timed it just right to enjoy a great sunset view of the lake from the top. we'll return the way we came (but in the dark!) and should be back on Castle Hot Springs road to air up by 10pm depending on the group size. the trail is on the easier side of "moderate". there are no specific major obstacles but the track is full of softball to bowling ball sized loose rocks on a couple of steep climbs. Meetup: - Sat 8/3/19, be fueled & ready at 5pm! - meet in the McDonalds/Albertsons parking lot on Carefree Highway just east of I-17. Map here... Required: - a street-legal 4x4 high clearance rig with 4-low, oversized A/T or M/T tires, skid plates - propper front or rear tow points - most rigs will need a small budget lift (or lockers and great skid plate coverage) Other Info: - limited to 6 rigs total due to parking/turn-around space at the top - CB channel 4, ham simplex 146.46 Mhz - bring plenty of water and snacks (FYI, we won't be stopping till we reach the top except for bathroom breaks so eat before you come or bring something for a late dinner) - bring your camera and a chair Leading: 1. theksmith Attending: 2. Bradywgn71 3. 4x4tographer 4. AZRNintheJeep242 5. gearhead 6. Eugene Tentative/Standby: ...
  4. Anybody want to run the Log Corral trail tomorrow, have a picnic at the lake and maybe take a dip? Sorry for the last minute post - just want to get out of here, and take G's new Jeep for another spin. Supposed to be beautiful weather tomorrow! Trail rating: Moderate + due to the rock garden in the canyon. Big waterfall is by-passable now. The rest of the trail is easy up and over the saddle and on down to the lake. Meet-up: Sunday, June 23, 2019 @ 8:30 AM at the Baja gas station (Chevron) on Hwy 87 and Fort McDowell Rd: Map link here...
  5. The Sunflower Mine loop is located off Highway 87 (Beeline Highway) near Mt. Ord. The trail offers a variety of challenges: rock crawling in the creek, steep loose climb out of the creek, narrow and sometimes off-camber shelf roads, and more! The trail is very scenic, as it winds back into a canyon, and offers neat views of the highway and Mt. Ord. Please take note of rig minimums and suggestions. It's been 'Under the Knife' for months! Come help us shake out the bugs in G's new-to-him TJ!! Meet-up: Saturday, June 15, 2019 @ 8:30 AM at the Baja gas station (Chevron) on Hwy 87 and Fort McDowell Rd: Map link here... Note: You may want to get gas first someplace else cheaper! Additional Info: Driver Requirement: This trail is for experienced 4x4 enthusiasts. 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 Each vehicle must have a CB Radio in good working order Ham Radios are a plus - if you're a Ham operator please let us know High-clearance 4x4's with low-range 33"+ aggressive all-terrain or mud-terrain tires 1 select-able or constant locker Vehicle Recommendations: Skid plates on important areas such as transfer-case & gas-tank, rock-rails, aftermarket differential covers, high-clearance metal bumpers, trimmed wheel wells, low axle gearing, upgraded axle shafts, 4:1 transfer case, 35"+ tires, custom roll-cage. CB Channel: 4 Ham Frequency: 146.46 MHz Trail Leaders: Number 7 & dzjeepchic Attending: TheKSmith
  6. Posting On Behalf of SonoranWanderer who is out of the country CAVU2 NIGHT RUN Trail/Area: Crapshoot Trail on Table Mesa. Crapshoot is a 7.5 mile trail with a moderate section and a difficult no-bypass obstacle. This is Trail #40 in the FunTreks book for Arizona. The trail (west to east) starts from the intersection of BLM 9952 and Table Mesa Rd (9997). It runs generally south until it intersects BLM 9954 where we will turn left and begin our trek northeast. The trail ends where BLM 9954 intersects Table Mesa Rd. The moderate obstacle, moderate section and difficult obstacle are on BLM 9952. - The first moderate obstacle is a short limestone, soft-surface, steep climb with no bypass. - The moderate section is a long, loose-rock, shelf road climb that peaks on a hard-right, blind turn to a steep, long, loose rock descent. - The difficult obstacle is a long section of loose rock, steep decent with a no-bypass ledge drop off. Trail leaders can offer line advice and spotting assistance. We will be stopping at both obstacles to allow drivers not familiar with this trail to view and decide their preferred lines, get advice, and arrange spotting as desired. Map details: - PDF Map of Table Mesa: here - Funtreks GPX of the route here Requirements: - Driver experience with moderate to difficult trails. - 4x4 with low range, aggressive MT or AT tires (32"+), skid plates, rock rails, recovery points front & rear. - Rig must be road-legal with all necessary safety equipment, current registration & insurance, etc. - Sufficient off-road lighting for nighttime obstacle maneuvers Recommendations: - Lift with good flex (2"+) - Over-sized tires (33"+) - CB or ham radio - Bring adequate water and snacks for you and your passengers. Itinerary: - Meeting location: dirt lot in the southeast corner of I17 and Table Mesa Rd. - Meeting time: 6:30 pm (air down) - Drivers' meeting: 6:50PM - Run start: 7PM Additional Info: - CB channel 4 - HAM frequency 146.460 - This run should take 4-5 hours. - This run is limited to 5 rigs. Sign-Up: Trip Leaders: - SonoranWanderer - CAVU2 (Kevin) Attending: gearhead (Mike) riding along - - - StandBy -
  7. tower by Jason Montes, on Flickr juniper pano by Jason Montes, on Flickr Trail/Area: This will more or less be exploratory as I have never come in from the South side of Juniper Ridge. We will come down the North side and maybe even cross the 260 and continue on. Im fairly certain most of this will be easy to barely moderate. Usual forest roads and possibly some ruts and washes to cross. We'll be taking our time and stopping for random things that may pop up. Will have lunch at the top of Juniper Ridge at the lookout. In general we will take fr136 to Joe Tank, then fr143 up to juniper and 143c back down. GPX file ready to send for those attending! Itinerary: Meet at Circle K on the 260 and Cooley St, West end of Show Low. 9am-ish Head to the trail head, air down slightly and roll out! Juniper Ridge lookout/lunch Possibly Black Horse Brewery on the way out. Additional Info: CB Channel 4 Bring snacks/lunch & plenty of water. Pets allowed. Sign-Up: Trail Leader: 1. Azoutlaw480 Attending: DandE81
  8. Saturday, February 23rd - theksmith's new bday run - Log Corral Trail - near Fountain Hills, AZ i canceled the Cherry Creek Road birthday run due to concerns with weather and trail conditions and we're doing this instead! this trail is moderate to difficult rated depending on current conditions. Requirements: - driver experience with moderate to difficult trails. - a 4x4 with low range, aggressive oversized tires (33"+), skid plates, rock rails, a lift with good flex (2"+), recovery points front & rear. - rig must be road-legal with all necessary safety equipment, current registration & insurance, etc. - CB or ham radio recommended. Important Info: - bring a lunch, plenty of water/drinks, and a chair - we should be airing up by mid afternoon - we'll be on CB channel 4 & ham simplex 146.460 Mhz Meetup: 9 AM sharp at the Baja Chevron Gas station on Hwy 87 near Fort McDowell Casino. Map here... Attending: theksmith (leading) Number7 & dzJeepChic bradywgn71 & Kaspily capsul scottL (tentative) JeepUniq
  9. last minute day run for those that don't care about the Superbowl so much... What: a few of us are going to explore potential routes between Castle Hot Springs Rd / Lake Pleasant and the Boulders OHV area. this is an exploratory run and may involve turning the group around several times! we should be done by mid-afternoon - it's not that large of an area. Requirements: the specific route i want to try involves mild rock-crawling so you need to have at least good skid plates on anything important, rock-rails, aggressive tires, and tow points. some lift and oversize tires are recommended, though a stock Rubicon would probably be ok. bring a chair, a lunch, and plenty of water/drinks/snacks. When/Where: 2/3/2019 - Superbowl Sunday - 8:00AM. McDonald's / Safeway parking lot on Carefree Hwy, just east of I-17. Click here for map... Attending: limited to 5 rigs total 1. theksmith (leading) 2. Bradywgn71 & Kaspily 3. GreenJKr 4. gearhead 5. CAVU2
  10. The Sunflower Mine loop is located off Highway 87 (Beeline Highway) near Mt. Ord. The trail offers a variety of challenges: rock crawling in the creek, steep loose climb out of the creek, narrow and sometimes off-camber shelf roads, and more! The trail is very scenic, as it winds back into a canyon, and offers neat views of the highway and Mt. Ord. Please take note of rig minimums and suggestions. Meet-up: 9:00 AM at the Baja gas station (Chevron) on Hwy 87 and Fort McDowell Rd: Map link here... Note: You may want to get gas first someplace else cheaper! Additional Info: Driver Requirement: This trail is for experienced 4x4 enthusiasts. 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 Each vehicle must have a CB Radio in good working order Ham Radios are a plus - if you're a Ham operator please let us know High-clearance 4x4's with low-range 33"+ aggressive all-terrain or mud-terrain tires Select-able or constant lockers front and rear Vehicle Recommendations: Skid plates on important areas such as transfer-case & gas-tank, rock-rails, aftermarket differential covers, high-clearance metal bumpers, trimmed wheel wells, low axle gearing, upgraded axle shafts, 4:1 transfer case, 35"+ tires, custom roll-cage. CB Channel: 4 Ham Frequency: 146.46 MHz Trail Leaders: Number 7 & dzjeepchic Attending: gearhead capsul
  11. 1/5/2019: 9th Annual Holiday Party Trail Ride BBQ Gift Exchange Cookie Contest: near Fountain Hills, AZ: 4x4 Easy to Moderate 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! Meet up: 9:30 AM at the Baja gas station (Chevron) on Hwy 87 and Fort McDowell Rd: Map link here... Note: For the 2nd year in a row, we are meeting at a different place! This is NOT the usual meeting spot at the Shell station, our group is too big to meet there. You may want to get gas at the Shell first though since they are cheaper. We should be back to Hwy 87 (just a few miles beyond Fountain Hills) by mid afternoon (depends on how many come and how long the gift exchange runs!) Sign up for the POTLUCK! Offroad Passport will supply 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 in the pot luck list because the Cookie Baking Contest covers that. Hamburgers & Hotdogs: The Offroad Passport Team Charcoal & Lighter Fluid: The Offroad Passport Team Hamburger & Hotdog Buns: 1. Lichen - 5 packs hamburger buns 2. KC4X4 - 12 pk buns 3. slydawg - hotdog buns Condiments (Ketchup, mustard, relish, mayo, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, etc.) 1. Smksignals - ketchup, mustard, relish and mayo 2. theksmith - sliced tomatoes, sliced onions, lettuce Cheese for the Hamburgers: 1. Slydawg Sides/Salads/Appetizers: 1. DandE81 - Macaroni Salad 2. Ob & Ladybug - broccoli salad 3. mynr1 - Baked beans 4. Bradywgn71 & kaspily - buffalo chicken dip 6. snrmullen2000 - snicker salad 7. Riddler - chips & salsa 8. curbjumper - sausages (brats) Chips, etc.: 1. Slydawg Soft Drinks: 1. johnpa - soda Paper Plates, Plastic Cutlery, Napkins, etc.: 1. KC4X4 Bottled Water: 1. mynr1 - 1 skid of water Trash Bags: 1. Smksignals 2. lofreqjeff - trash can/trash bags/trash duty. Tables: 1. Ob & Ladybug 2. KC4X4 3. lofreqjeff 4. curbjumper 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 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!! Shirts: $15 (+ $2 for XXL or XXXL) Hats: $20 - Camo; $25 - Dark Gray Digi Since the cookie contest winner gets to pick out a shirt, I'm bringing all of them, and a fresh batch of hats (I hope!). Let me know if you want some ORP swag! Photo credit: Sarah aka kaspily. Trail Leaders: Number 7 dzJeepchic TheKSmith Attending: Bradywgn71 Johnpa Ladybug Ob1Jeeper SlyDawg mynr1 + 2 guests Lichen KC4X4 lofreqjeff Curbjumper Riddler Smksignals JeepUniq DandE81 spencerhahn snrmullen2000
  12. What: short day run near Lake Pleasant skip the shopping craziness and join us for a short scenic/relaxing run up Walker Gulch, in and back out of a short spur to a hidden spring, and then loop back to Cow Creek road. we should be done by about 2pm. bring a lunch! it's mostly an easy 2wd trail with one very short washed out (rocky) section requiring 4wd and careful tire placement. When/Where: 11/23/2018 (Black Friday) meet at 9:30 AM in the Albertson/McDonalds parking lot on Carefree Highway just east of I-17. Click here for a map... Important Info: this trip is suitable for high clearance 4x4 rigs with A/T or better tires, such as most stock Wranglers or Tacomas. lower rigs need a mild lift and oversize tires. a solid tow point is required, skid plates & rock-rails are recommended. CB channel 4 or ham simplex 146.46 Mhz Attending: theksmith (leading) defectivemonk Bradywgn71 & Kaspily adriaanvn99 CAVU2 GreenJkr Lichen (tentative) scott.bair scottL DGR61 k9bxj
  13. RESCHEDULED! Saturday Nov 3rd Heading to Bagdad to explore some alternative routes into the Prescott West forest. This is exploratory and I don't have an exact routing. I will post some pictures from a pre-run earlier this August and additional details in the next few days. Meet Up 9AM @ McDonalds in Wickenberg. Depart 9:15AM Meet Up 10:15 @ Conoco Station Baghdad Takes about 1 hour to get to Bagdad where we will fuel up. I have some ideas on exploring alternatives to Camp Wood Road prior to the forest. The goal is to exit the National Forest on the east side and have dinner in the Prescott area (see below). I am classifying this as a DIFFICULT due to the exploratory nature of this run. End: Left-Ts Steakhouse, Dewey, AZ for Dinner. http://www.steaksaz.com REQUIREMENTS: - High-clearance vehicle, a 3+ lift with oversize A/T or M/T tires - Working CB (Ch 4) Optional HAM 146.460mhz - Drivers and vehicles must meet all state/federal legal requirements (seatbelts, insurance, etc.) Attending: (limited to 5 rigs) 1. DGR61 2. gearhead (#2) 3. BradyWagon71 (#2) 4. SonoranWanderer 5. Added pictures from recent exploring in the area to Camp Wood
  14. Saturday October 20th 8AM. Meetup changed. Heading to Sedona to run Broken Arrow. This is the premier "Pink Jeep Tour" and the notable "Stairs". At this time I plan to take Schnebly Hill Rd. down to Sedona prior to Broken Arrow. I have heard that this road is bumpy, so be prepared for that. I'd like to picnic broken arrow @ Chicken Point about 1pm. Bring Chairs. I will provide brownies too. I am classifying this is moderate, however, some of the optional diversions can be difficult. Meet Up: _Flexible_ Post or PM Takes about 1.5 hours from PHX to the trailhead on I-17 (95 Miles) Be prepared for mud on the upper half of Schnebly Hill Rd. End: After Broken Arrow light exploring and dinner in Sedona OR Return back to Phoenix on your own. REQUIREMENTS: - High-clearance vehicle, a mild lift with oversize A/T or M/T tires - Working CB (Ch 4) Optional HAM 146.460mhz - Drivers and vehicles must meet all state/federal legal requirements (seatbelts, insurance, etc.) RECOMMENDATIONS: - Camera! - Rear-Lockers (if you want to take on the optional climbs) - Hiking Boots (if you want to climb around submarine rock for some good pictures) - Airing down will help the bump(s) on the first run and seriously improve traction on the red rock. Attending: (limited to 5 rigs) 1. SonoranWanderer 2. 3. 4. 5.
  15. From the mall-crawlin’ folks, who brought you March Madness: ROCKTOBERFEST is three of the Kingman area’s most difficult runs in three days. We’ll warm up on Devil’s Dip and move on to the first challenge – Serendipity with it’s legendary Gatekeeper. Day 2 will find us a stone’s throw from historic Oatman, AZ. At Hard Ass with a gatekeeper that makes Serendipity’s feel like a warmup. Day 3, is Pig Iron. A run east of Kingman in the Hualapai Mountain foothills, that simply takes no prisoners. On Serendipity, we’ll do the balancing act through the gatekeeper, but then we’ll do the “WHOLE” Serendipity trail, including all three waterfalls. At Hardass, you’ll find out very quickly, why a winch is required. If yours doesn’t work you won’t make it through the Gatekeeper. Pig Iron is typical Kingman brutal – big rocks (that move) and loose sand. Even a lot of the local hardasses take a pass when it’s time to take a shot on this one. Rocktoberfest stickers will be available to all participants with trail stickers for every vehicle that completes a trail. A limited number of Rocktoberfest T-shirts will also be available. Meet at the Powerhouse Visitor Center in Kingman at 9 a.m. each day and convoy to the trailhead. Three days of grade 7 to 9 trails and obstacles. Assigned spotters will be available. REQUIREMENTS: 33-inch tires or larger, high clearance, front and rear lockers, winch, recovery points, roll bar, cage or hardtop, fire extinguisher – none of the preceding will be waived. Must be willing to accept body and/or mechanical damage. Must register and submit a signed waiver. Registration is possible now on Offroaddance.com The number of run registrants will be limited. Pre- and post-run events will be held at Black Bridge Brewery in downtown Kingman. Sponsored by: OffRoadDance.com OffRoadPassport Black Bridge Brewery Rocks And Wheels
  16. Heading Through the Tonto running Table Mesa via Cave Creek Road & FS41 to I-17 Start: Bronco Trailhead Parking on Cave Creek Road @ 7pm. Air down here if you wish Points Of Interest - Humboldt Peak End: I-17 at Table Mesa Interchange. About 3 hours. Reference: The Bronco Trailhead is on the west side of Cave Creek Road approximately 3.2 miles form the end of the pavement. Link REQUIREMENTS: - State Trust Land Permit (West End of the Loop) - High-clearance vehicle, a mild lift with oversize A/T or M/T tires - Working CB (Ch 4) optional HAM 146.460mhz - Drivers and vehicles must meet all state/federal legal requirements (seatbelts, insurance, etc.) Attending: (limited to 5 rigs) 1. Gearhead 2. theksmith 3. SonoronWanderer 4. scottL 5. Bradywgn71
  17. If you can find yourself in Flagstaff on the morning of Friday, September 14th, join me for an easy trail run to the top of Mount Elden and then onwards to Lockett Meadow. We'll finish up just in time and at the perfect location to join up with the Annual Cinders Event at O'Leary Campground. Meetup Friday, September 14, 2018 9:00am Shell Gas Station/Peak View Market 3400 N Fort Valley Rd, Flagstaff, AZ 86001 Map Itenerary Mount Elden Trail (Flagstaff Overlook) Schultz Pass Road FR 553 to Lockett Meadow (Beautiful Views of the Inner Basin and San Francisco Peaks) - Lunch FR 552 to O'Leary Group Campground Map Vehicle Requirements High clearance 4-wheel or 2-wheel drive Front or rear recovery points CB (Ch 4) or HAM radio (Ch 146.6) Leading Mike (Eugene) Attending AZRNintheJeep242
  18. Very very last minute run. Meeting at McDonald’s/Shell at 730am sharp. Gonna hit the cabin on the way down too. Easy trail. Any stock 4x4 should be fine.
  19. Thursday, April 12, 2018 Picket Post Mountain, Superior, AZ 4x4 EZ Rockhounding Run Meeting Time: 10:00 AM Meeting Place: U.S. 60 & Perlite Rd. CLICK HERE FOR MAP This isn't a 4x4 run; we'll only go a couple miles on a maintained dirt road to a site known for Apache Tears. We will have to walk a short distance (less than 1/4 mile, I think). Plan on being out all day - bring lunch, lots of water, sun protection, rock hammer, eye protection, camera, etc. Note from Kermit: Small ones can be found on the ground everywhere, but if you wantto go home wit egg size ones bring a good size hammer, 8 - 12 inch chisel, gloves, and a hard hat. Attending: dzJeepchic & Number 7 Kermit CAVU2 Bruce & Lois (guests of G&D)
  20. Saturday i want to explore some of the trails north of cave creek and big Maggie May. I have not run this trail so it qualifies as exploring. I am new to hosting so let me know if any etiquette issues rated easy to moderate. Let’s meet up at seven springs trailhead about 3.2 miles after the pavement end for seven spring road / FS 24 at 9am REQUIREMENTS: - experienced drivers in a high-clearance vehicle with 4x4 low range, a mild lift with good articulation, oversize A/T or M/T tires, and good armor/skids. - a working CB - drivers and vehicles must meet all state/federal legal requirements (seatbelts, insurance, etc.) OTHER INFO: - bring a lunch, plenty of water, a camera, and an easy-going attitude! - not sure when we'll be done, probably air up by 3 or 4pm. - CB channel 4 Attending: (limited to 6 rigs total) 1. CAVU2 2. 3. 4.
  21. I'm going to go to sheeps bridge March 1st and Sunflower Mine the week after. If anyone is intrested in comeing let me know.
  22. Sorry for the short notice! We're going to go see what's up with the bridge on the Sunflower Mine Loop. Signs have been installed saying the bridge is out, but a friend told us you can bypass it. So we're just going to drive down to the bridge, check it out, have a picnic lunch, and return the same way we went in. The trail is rated a strong moderate with some possible difficult (we haven't been there in a while, you know how mother nature can change things up!). Photo credit to Kaspily, AKA Sarah Meet up: 9:30 AM at the Baja gas station (Chevron) on Hwy 87 and Fort McDowell Rd: Map link here... REQUIREMENTS: - experienced drivers in a high-clearance vehicle with 4x4 low range, a mild lift with good articulation, oversize A/T or M/T tires, and good armor/skids. - a working CB or ham radio - drivers and vehicles must meet all state/federal legal requirements (seatbelts, insurance, etc.) OTHER INFO: - bring a lunch, plenty of water, a camera, and an easy-going attitude! - not sure when we'll be done, probably air up by 3 or 4pm. - CB channel 4 or ham simplex 146.46MHz Trail Leaders: Number 7 & dzJeepchic Attending: scottL
  23. this weekend i want to explore some of the trails north/west of Cleator, including getting a better look at an old mining area a few of us visited quickly once before. meet this Saturday at 8:30AM in the paved pullout area on Bumble Bee Road just West of the I-17 (Exit 248 for Bumble Bee / Crown King). map: https://goo.gl/maps/deKvWa5RqP42 rated moderate since i've only been on a small portion of these trails before. if we find anything too difficult we'll just turn around and try other routes. REQUIREMENTS: - experienced drivers in a high-clearance vehicle with 4x4 low range, a mild lift with good articulation, oversize A/T or M/T tires, and good armor/skids. - a working CB or ham radio - drivers and vehicles must meet all state/federal legal requirements (seatbelts, insurance, etc.) OTHER INFO: - bring a lunch, plenty of water, a camera, and an easy-going attitude! - not sure when we'll be done, probably air up by 3 or 4pm. - CB channel 4 or ham simplex 146.46MHz Attending: (limited to 6 rigs total) 1. theksmith (leading) 2. bradywgn & kaspily 3. scottL 4. CAVU2 5. 6. just reply to this post to sign-up!
  24. ***CANCELLED*** Join us for a day run from Rio Rico to Patagonia this Saturday, 2/3/18. Steep hill climb to the 4 Metals Mine, over the top to the Mowry Mine, then explore the Harshaw Cemetery on the way to Patagonia. If enough interest we can make a quick stop at the border where the old railroad rail fence meets the new. Last stop will be in Patagonia by 5:00 where you can find a place to eat dinner or head home. From Patagonia it's about 60 miles via 82 & 83 to the intersection of I10 & I19 in South Tucson. No serious challenges on this run but the road running up to the 4 Metals Mine is loose gravel and steep. Suitable for mildly modified vehicles with good clearance and at least 1 locker. Stock Rubicons OK. Pack a lunch and plenty to drink. All attendees must sign a waiver that I will provide. Ladies are cordially invited.
  25. If anyone is free this Saturday and has ideas on a trail they want to run post a reply I am located in the Tucson area
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