A few pictures from the JK trip up S Meadow last weekend. Saturday we had the place to ourselves and Sunday there was only one XJ with four people at the lake.
There are about 5-6 miles of Jeep trail, but only the last two are Jeep worthy. We parked at South Meadow Lake and then backpacked about a half mile around the lake to camp in a little more pristine area. The hike to the far end of the lake is only about a mile, but took us an hour and 20 minutes-about 3 of these places to work your way through-including one with the packs.
At the far end of the lake, spouse did some fly fishing and I took a hike in the rather large bowl above the lake. A bunch of puddles and wet meadows and very little homo sapiens activity.
On the way out, ran into an XJ sitting in the middle of the trail with a flat-and no jack. No way to get by so helped him change it. Texas plates
1947 CJ 2A, 1949 CJ 3A, 1955 CJ 3B, 1968 CJ 5, 2012 JKUR
When I get back up there (home state for me) and I bring my fiance we'll have to check out some of the trails. Montana is always beautiful in the spring and fall, winters suck though. Glad the weather is still surprisingly hold well
__________________ 4.0L Auto '00 Solar Yellow TJ Sport, 4.25" Zone combo lift and 33x12.50 MTR Kevlars.