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Old 09-12-2016, 08:15 PM   #11941
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Coming from WNC, Asheville, And now currently living outside of Charlotte....Uwharrie is one of the BEST places to learn, with that being said, if you're like me, on 38's ready to do some serious wheeling, I'd pass on Uwharrie. I can knock out almost all of Uwharrie in just a few short hours, and to be honest, the dust that comes from that place, almost isn't worth the trip (i like dirt, but this is ridiculous...). Being from the mountains, I'm familiar with places like Couch Mountain, The Flats, The Shop, places that are notorious for roll overs, dings, dents, broken parts, etc, but that's the wheeling. HOWEVER, most places usually offer a bypass to any hard trails, or offer a main trail that you can ride and pick and choose the trails you wish. I am not so lucky to have a truck and trailer to tow my rig, I have to drive there and be able to make it back home, so while this is my situation, I shall be the person that evaluates the trail before driving it. Every place I've been in my years of wheeling, always offered an alternative. So don't be shy in wheeling, there are options when you get there, even if that option is parking and hiking, or even riding with someone else.
It is dusty. I go top up and doors on, but I'm old.

To me not knowing much else some of the trails there seem pretty serious. Both sides Daniel (I haven't been up the one side), Dickie Bell is legit and Dutch John is more than fun. Even the "easy" ones like Rocky Mountain Loop can be rutted out and pose some challenge. I wish it wasn't so far. Almost 2 hours driving a brick with a fucked up back makes for a long day!

I'd love to hit some of those places in western NC. Camp out or courtyard is ok too!
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Dickie bell and Dutch John can be done if you have a good spotter and some experience, I took my stock TJ that was on 31's up both those trails without damaging anything, but again, I had good spotters on those trails.

I did the back side of Daniel but so far I've stayed clear of the front side due to the amount of roll overs and injuries I've seen/heard of. Not sure it's worth my risk when I can conquer the back side and still call it a victory!
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Dickie bell and Dutch John can be done if you have a good spotter and some experience, I took my stock TJ that was on 31's up both those trails without damaging anything, but again, I had good spotters on those trails.

I did the back side of Daniel but so far I've stayed clear of the front side due to the amount of roll overs and injuries I've seen/heard of. Not sure it's worth my risk when I can conquer the back side and still call it a victory!
2 weeks ago I was out in URE on Dickie Bell with another jeep that was stock. We had no issues all day until we got to the "challenging" section. The "easier" path had a busted Ranger making it impassable. There was an XJ making it down the difficult side. No kidding on at least 3-4 occasions he almost rolled it.

There was easily over 5' under his rear tire as it teeter-tottered. To make matters worse, the driver wasn't good at listening to the spotter. Rather than turning into the downhill direction, he kept wanting to turn sideways and it wasn't geared low enough. The spotter was on the downhill side and while it is good practice to have an escape route, like a baseball player getting ready to steal a base, he faked in that direction more than once. I wondered why, if he felt the chance of a rollover was that likely, he kept encouraging them. I asked if they wanted to hook a winch up to help stabilize it, after consideration he turned it down.

After the XJ went, a FJ did the same thing. Yes they both made it, but I would attribute it more to luck than skill. We turned around.
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Dickie bell and Dutch John can be done if you have a good spotter and some experience, I took my stock TJ that was on 31's up both those trails without damaging anything, but again, I had good spotters on those trails. I did the back side of Daniel but so far I've stayed clear of the front side due to the amount of roll overs and injuries I've seen/heard of. Not sure it's worth my risk when I can conquer the back side and still call it a victory!
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Anyone trying to travel up and run Richland Rd in the next weekend or two?
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Anyone trying to travel up and run Richland Rd in the next weekend or two?
Jamiejku10 and me are probably going Friday or Saturday. I'll be down his way Thursday and we are probably going to head up that way. I used to live on the Hickory area.
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Jamiejku10 and me are probably going Friday or Saturday. I'll be down his way Thursday and we are probably going to head up that way. I used to live on the Hickory area.
I could go on Friday
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I've got 4:88 Yukon gearing, Cromoly axle shafts, rufftuff diff covers.

Here's my build thread, the first post has a lot of what the original owner did, later it shows where I upgraded the gearing, can't believe the guy before me didn't ever do that, but I didn't wait long.

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I'm headed to the SHOP October 8 & 9, and URE October 21-23.

Should be some good wheeling those days with the leaves changing and great weather!
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2 weeks ago I was out in URE on Dickie Bell with another jeep that was stock. We had no issues all day until we got to the "challenging" section. The "easier" path had a busted Ranger making it impassable. There was an XJ making it down the difficult side. No kidding on at least 3-4 occasions he almost rolled it.

There was easily over 5' under his rear tire as it teeter-tottered. To make matters worse, the driver wasn't good at listening to the spotter. Rather than turning into the downhill direction, he kept wanting to turn sideways and it wasn't geared low enough. The spotter was on the downhill side and while it is good practice to have an escape route, like a baseball player getting ready to steal a base, he faked in that direction more than once. I wondered why, if he felt the chance of a rollover was that likely, he kept encouraging them. I asked if they wanted to hook a winch up to help stabilize it, after consideration he turned it down.

After the XJ went, a FJ did the same thing. Yes they both made it, but I would attribute it more to luck than skill. We turned around.


Spotters are your best friend, in my opinion of course. You can pick and choose your wheel line but sh*t happens and in those tricky cases, I'd rather have someone on the outside telling me that being blindsided from the drivers seat.
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anyone been on oregon trail in the garner area recently? never been out there, but would like to check it out sometime if it's still in use.
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anyone been on oregon trail in the garner area recently? never been out there, but would like to check it out sometime if it's still in use.
Some of my Facebook friends went there about a month and half ago. I've never been, but I've heard there is no trespassing signs posted.
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Anyone here going to Overland Expo East in Asheville this upcoming weekend?
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To anyone that has been to Richland Rd trail up in Lenoir, NC I will be heading up there tis weekend and want to check it out. Does anyone have directions to the trail head?
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To anyone that has been to Richland Rd trail up in Lenoir, NC I will be heading up there tis weekend and want to check it out. Does anyone have directions to the trail head?
richland road is right off 321, it will come up on gps. drive until the road dead ends at a bridge, take the creek instead of the bridge (bridge is private) and you will be on the trail! from there it's fairly straight forward, stay on the main trail. early on in the trail is one of my favorite spots, you'll come to a fork where there's a wooden bridge you can cross to bypass but there is a fun creek with a multi section climb to check out. you'll see it. have fun, take pics for us!



made that vid when i went a month or so ago, that shows some of the fun spots on the first 1/4 or so of the trail (had to turn around, ran out of time). trail footage stops at 3:23
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To anyone that has been to Richland Rd trail up in Lenoir, NC I will be heading up there tis weekend and want to check it out. Does anyone have directions to the trail head?
What day and time are you thinking about?
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I would be in depending on the day/time this weekend. I believe its going to rain Friday/Saturday, but then be over come Sunday. I am sure the trail will be muddy, but there should be nice sunshine for Sunday.

I have yet to be off road in my new 16 JKU Rubi. Would love to hit the trail with others and follow along. I have a level kit and side rock rails, so pretty sure I can do the trail.

I am located in Charlotte, so not too far of a drive.

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I would be in depending on the day/time this weekend. I believe its going to rain Friday/Saturday, but then be over come Sunday. I am sure the trail will be muddy, but there should be nice sunshine for Sunday.

I have yet to be off road in my new 16 JKU Rubi. Would love to hit the trail with others and follow along. I have a level kit and side rock rails, so pretty sure I can do the trail.

I am located in Charlotte, so not too far of a drive.

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Hey guys just giving you a heads up a couple buddies of mine went up to Richland last weekend and said the Sheriff came out there on them. He didn't do anything because they were on the main path but please don't venture of the main path. Apparently some guys went up there last week and tore up some private land owners property and threw a bunch of trash out. There are paths off of the main path but do not go down the because there is a lot of private property up there.

The Sheriff just gave them a warning about staying on path and not trashing up the area and told them to not be surprised if they see some land owners up there keeping a eye out.

It sucks assholes want to ruin good fun for people by trashing up people property. Anyway just a FYI.
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Unfortuntaely I had a death in the family right before I was about to leave for Richland Rd so I wasn't able to make the trip and do the trail. I hope to make it up there soon...I did just buy a hard top
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So sorry to hear about a death in the family

Keep me posted if you want to go, and if I can make it I will. Would like to see the trail and Hurricane Trail before end of the year.

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Posted these in the YJ Pics Thread, but wanted to share here as well. On a whim, I drove out to Hurricane Creek last Friday...had a great ride there & the trail was awesome. It took a little less than two hours, with a more than a few stops along the way. I'll definitely be returning.

The last pic is from one of the overlooks after I did the trail, but was too cool not to share.
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Not exactly jeep specific, but anyone interested in getting a group of jeeps together for C&C Wake Forest next Saturday? Turn out in general is amazing. Very rarely is the parking lot not nearly full at 10.
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The 25th? I could do that.
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Yeah 25th. usually a few jeeps. same ones though. always a killer turnout in general though. if your into pretty much anything car related its worth the trip alone. depending on who all plans to go and if the wife decides to come too, its a toss between the jeep and the SS which will go if she stays at home.
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Hello All (local NC Jeepers),

I am headed to Uwharrie this weekend (Friday 31st - Sunday 2nd) for the first time. I am joining a few folks from the Carolina Beach FB club. Just checking to see if anyone else is going? I believe it's opening weekend and also Jeep Jamboree?

I have been camping many times and used my Jeep and 4x4 on the beach, snow and up Page Rd trails and mud holes. However, it will be my 1st time "off roading with a group and on serious trails. Any advice on preparing, packing, and in general on the off-road driving part would be welcome.

Keep in mind I am going with experienced drivers and who have been to Uwharrie multiple times. Also my Jeep is my Daily Driver, so I can't break anything. I just want to have a good time and enjoy the whole weekend. See profile for Jeep specs.

Planning on shooting guns too at the Flintlock Valley range.

Thanks in advance and hope to see some of you.
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Hello All (local NC Jeepers),

I am headed to Uwharrie this weekend (Friday 31st - Sunday 2nd) for the first time. I am joining a few folks from the Carolina Beach FB club. Just checking to see if anyone else is going? I believe it's opening weekend and also Jeep Jamboree?

I have been camping many times and used my Jeep and 4x4 on the beach, snow and up Page Rd trails and mud holes. However, it will be my 1st time "off roading with a group and on serious trails. Any advice on preparing, packing, and in general on the off-road driving part would be welcome.

Keep in mind I am going with experienced drivers and who have been to Uwharrie multiple times. Also my Jeep is my Daily Driver, so I can't break anything. I just want to have a good time and enjoy the whole weekend. See profile for Jeep specs.

Planning on shooting guns too at the Flintlock Valley range.

Thanks in advance and hope to see some of you.
Enjoy, the first Saturday of opening weekend sucks, the trails will be overly clogged.
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Hello All (local NC Jeepers),

I am headed to Uwharrie this weekend (Friday 31st - Sunday 2nd) for the first time. I am joining a few folks from the Carolina Beach FB club. Just checking to see if anyone else is going? I believe it's opening weekend and also Jeep Jamboree?

I have been camping many times and used my Jeep and 4x4 on the beach, snow and up Page Rd trails and mud holes. However, it will be my 1st time "off roading with a group and on serious trails. Any advice on preparing, packing, and in general on the off-road driving part would be welcome.

Keep in mind I am going with experienced drivers and who have been to Uwharrie multiple times. Also my Jeep is my Daily Driver, so I can't break anything. I just want to have a good time and enjoy the whole weekend. See profile for Jeep specs.

Planning on shooting guns too at the Flintlock Valley range.

Thanks in advance and hope to see some of you.
I got nothing to add, but interested to hear how it goes. I'm doing Uwharrie in my daily with the Carolina Trails Offroad group the first weekend in May, and could use some tips myself. And I'm also in Brier Creek.

Have fun.
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Hello All (local NC Jeepers),

I am headed to Uwharrie this weekend (Friday 31st - Sunday 2nd) for the first time. I am joining a few folks from the Carolina Beach FB club. Just checking to see if anyone else is going? I believe it's opening weekend and also Jeep Jamboree?

I have been camping many times and used my Jeep and 4x4 on the beach, snow and up Page Rd trails and mud holes. However, it will be my 1st time "off roading with a group and on serious trails. Any advice on preparing, packing, and in general on the off-road driving part would be welcome.

Keep in mind I am going with experienced drivers and who have been to Uwharrie multiple times. Also my Jeep is my Daily Driver, so I can't break anything. I just want to have a good time and enjoy the whole weekend. See profile for Jeep specs.

Planning on shooting guns too at the Flintlock Valley range.

Thanks in advance and hope to see some of you.
What size tires you running? any lockers? I am heading up from Wilmington mid-day Friday and camping both nights at Arrowhead.
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I got nothing to add, but interested to hear how it goes. I'm doing Uwharrie in my daily with the Carolina Trails Offroad group the first weekend in May, and could use some tips myself. And I'm also in Brier Creek.



Have fun.

In Brier Creek too and definitely interested to hear how the trip goes!


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Enjoy, the first Saturday of opening weekend sucks, the trails will be overly clogged.
Thanks for the advice. Yeah I figured it would be crowded and trails clogged. I plan on wheeling very early in the morning mostly to avoid traffic jams. Hopefully it will be a fun weekend.

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