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  1. 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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    The last adventure around Mammoth was so much fun, we're doing it again for those that missed it! Saturday & Sunday we'll hit 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. Monday is an optional extension day to explore a couple difficult trails, so plan to camp again Sunday night if you're up for that - everyone else will head home Sunday evening. Full details & and sign-up link coming soon! Check back here often or watch the Club Trips & Events Discussion Area. Please note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
  3. Myself and Ed @LaZorraRoja are going to do some exploring in the hills between Vistancia and Highway 74 just south of Lake Pleasant. Anyone who has the day off and would like to join us we'd love to have you along. This will be a shorter run, maybe just a couple hours if that. Technical Rating: not sure as this is exploratory so we'll have to play it by ear REQUIREMENTS: A high clearance 4x4 with a low range transfer case option, suitable front & rear recovery point, aggressive 30"+ or larger A/T or M/T tires. Recommend aftermarket skid plates, rock rails and sway-bar disconnects Ham radio on 462.700 Mhz GMRS channel 21 (462.700 Mhz) Rigs & drivers must meet all the typical state/federal legal requirements for on-highway vehicles (license, insurance, registration, seat belts, lights, etc.) Itinerary: Meet up time will be 9am, depart by 9:30am. Meet up spot will be a dirt lot off of Lone Mountain Rd. & Loop 303: Map Gas up beforehand, 1 full tank should be plenty Travel time estimated 1-3 hours estimated 8.6 miles Sign-Up: 1 - @Trail Toy 2 - @LaZorraRoja Reply to this thread and I'll ad you to the list, there is no rig limit at this time.
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  5. New Years Day a few of us got together to follow @theksmith around in the desert, exploring some trails and washes on his side of town. It was one of those "If we can drop down into this wash, I think it will take us all the way to the road over there..." kind of days. BTW, the wash did go through. It was a nice relaxing day of sunshine, tunes, and rocks. I needed it. Along for the ride were @Number7 & @scottL. All my photos are here: Diane's Google Photos
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