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  1. Apache Maid Area Exploration- Camping At Buckhorn Cabin Saturday June 3rd & Sunday June 4th Primitive Tent Camping | No Facilities Join me for 2 days of easy low mileage exploration on this overland style run. I expect this to be a low key, low effort run before the weather gets too warm. (Trails are colored Teal below) Saturday we will start on Stoneman Lake Road which is approximately 6 miles east of I-17. We will make stops and check out anything interesting along the way this day. We will take Stoneman Lake Road east to Rocky Gulch Ridge then south to a small piece of Apache Maid Trail. We will pick up Cedar Flat Road and turn south until we find 00081A. From there we will snake our way down about 4 miles to the Buckhorn Ranch and cabin where we will camp and check out that area. Sunday morning we will work our way back to Cedar Flat Road then over to the Beaver Creek trail and then southward towards Camp Verde. Meetup,Air-Down and Departure When: June 3rd @ 9:30 A.M, departing no later than 10:00 A.M.. We are only covering about 35-40 miles Saturday so we should make the cabin mid afternoon. Subject to change. Where: Stoneman Lake Road Trailhead. (Where the paved section of Stoneman Lake Road from I-17 ends) Fuel up in Camp Verde if coming from the valley. Please arrived fueled up. Requirements A high clearance 4x4 truck or SUV with a low range transfer case option, suitable front & rear recovery point, aggressive A/T or M/T tires While not required, aftermarket skid plates, rock rails, and sway-bar disconnects are suggested. Rigs & drivers must meet all the typical state/federal legal requirements for on-highway vehicles (license, insurance, registration, seat belts, lights, etc.) Vehicle should be mechanically sound and safe to drive Drivers of varying experience should be fine on this trip PRIMITIVE CAMPING Camping stuff (tent, sleeping bag, chair, stove, etc.) Other Important Details Bring 2 lunches, 1 dinner, 1 breakfast, snacks MORE water than you need Camping (PRIMITIVE) Please bring appropriate clothing and bedding. Radio Comms Primary - GMRS channel 20 (462.675 MHz) Recovery gear, first aid kit, fire extinguisher Folding chair, camera Adult beverages are allowed and must be enjoyed responsibly. Absolutely No Drinking and Driving Is Allowed. Subject to cancellation or postponement due to weather, WW3, plague, the rapture, natural disasters or lack of interest. GPX File: Sign-Ups Rig limit: Going to limit to 8 rigs because I am not sure how space is available at the cabin. After that, I'll place you on standby. Do not hesitate to sign up as peoples schedules sometimes change and you may be able to go. Attending: @shellback91 (Leading) @Curly & Devon @MzPriss @gearhead @gman @Eugene Standby Crew: @Alexis
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    Camp Verde To Mogollon Rim Overland Style Run Friday June 16th & Saturday June 17th Primitive Tent Camping | No Facilities Join me for 2 days and approximately 105 miles of exploration on this overland style run. This route will take us from Camp Verde to the Mogollon Rim where we will camp. I have pieced this together using various trails in the area. Most of these trails are easy to moderate based on my research, nothing too technical is involved. There some rocky two track sections mixed for good measure. Extra fuel is not necessarily required, however, if you have the ability to bring some it is worth considering doing so. Note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options → Run details and sign ups can be found here.
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    Come explore KOFA Wildlife Refuge for 3 days, 2 nights and approximately 125 miles(Actual Mileage TBD) of exploration on this overland style run. This run will take us through some amazing parts of the KOFA National Wildlife Refuge. We'll wind up at the Hovatter homestead Saturday night then head north to the I-10 on Sunday. This scenic area is known for wildlife and old mines & cabins from the mining glory days. Click here for details & to RSVP... Note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
  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
  5. Announcing ORP Overland Field Day! Join the fun while testing your outdoor and 4x4 skills for a chance to win. OOFD will be held Saturday, Sept 10 at the Dirt Formal Gala in Williams AZ. You don't want to miss out on all the fun! Sign up on this thread to compete - or just show up to watch the madness unfold! Ch-ch-ch-changes: The OOFD Challenge is designed for teams of 1 Person with 1 Off-Road Vehicle. Couples with 1 rig can still compete against each other sharing the same rig. Who's game?!? It's easy to enter - just post up below! The Challenges These are designed to test basic outdoor and 4x4 skills in a fun and entertaining way. Some are easier than others, and they're all sure to cause laughter! Slow Drags - 4 Low Challenge The world's slowest drag race! We'll put your low-range to the test in this crawl-speed vehicle challenge. Put It There - Tire Placement Skills Test This isn't your parent's parallel parking challenge! Precise tire placement can be critical on the trail; let's put those skills to the test Red Solo Cap - Trailhead Prep Test Red Solo Cups, blindfolds, and valve-stem caps collide in this hilarious challenge! Break It Down Now - Bug Out Challenge How quickly can you breakdown camp and hit the trails? The Battle Royale - Tie Breaker Challenge The ultimate smackdown challenge announced in the field in the event of a tie! Play silly games - Win silly prizes! The winners of OOFD 2022 get this one-of-a-kind t-shirt available only here! Ready to Rock: @Bradywgn71 | 2002 Jeep WJ 'Hope' @kaspily | 2002 Jeep WJ 'Hope' @4x4tographer | 2018 JLU 'The Balrog' @Yodamom | 2018 JLU 'The Balrog' @K2man56 | Dodge Ram . . .
  6. We took a weekend trip to visit Yant Flat in Utah near St George last month. We camped at the top of Badger Canyon in Marble Canyon on BLM land and found an amazing camp at the end of a fun OHV trail in Dixie National Forest and checked out Yant Flat. Our adventure pup, Zyra had a great time on this trip too. We are so lucky to have adopted her and that she turned out to be super smart and easy to train for overlanding and hiking with. This was in late February (19th and 20th) and was in the mid 30s at night and mid 70s during the day. All and all an amazing trip for such a short time. Our goal is to meet new friends here and organize small group overlanding trips in the future with folks who would like to join us on our future adventures. PS: We are planning a 5-day overlanding trip from after work on Thursday 4/7 and be back on Tuesday evening 4/12. The trip will be exploring areas around Death Valley, possibly Alabama Hills, Trona Pinnacles, and then on the way back around Valley of Fire east of Vegas. It will be a lot of wild camping, offroading (mix of easy, moderate and difficult trails), hiking and filming. Please message me if you are interested in joining us. Blog post with more detail info and additional photos for the trip: https://j2dxplr.com/weekend-overlanding-trip-marble-canyon-yant-flat/ Our YouTube video of the trip is embedded at the end of this post. Our YouTube video of the trip.
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