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Old 01-22-2013, 04:06 PM   #91
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There aren't really any big challenges for a Jeep at Joshua Tree. It is more about the scenery there. Some awesome scenery for sure in various sections of the park.
There are times when it is nice just to get out in the desert and enjoy the scenery as it looks like you guys did on this run. I have not been to Joshua Tree for ever it seems and it would be nice to return to take in the beauty again.

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There are times when it is nice just to get out in the desert and enjoy the scenery as it looks like you guys did on this run. I have not been to Joshua Tree for ever it seems and it would be nice to return to take in the beauty again.
Im down to go. Im off till march 3rd

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Old 01-22-2013, 08:27 PM   #93
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Was joshua tree more like dirt roads or any obstacles at all?
Berdoo Canyon Road had a few obstacles that we tackled en masse near Berdoo Camp. There is the hardcore BABY ROCKHOUSE CANYON that meets Berdoo Canyon Road.

The Brooklyn Mine Jeep Trail can be a challenge after a strong rain. I ran it while a trio of Land Rovers stood by unable to make it to the beginning of the trail - the rocks were so loose and big! Brooklyn Mine is a real fun trail - on par with Gold Mountain Trail in Big Bear - thanks to the rocks and climbing (and camping opportunities).

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