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Old 12-13-2012, 11:06 PM   #181
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I would rate doran/Odessa with Holcomb. But much more scenic. A challenging, but fun trail for any mall crawler!
I dont think "jeepherz" would even have a problem with the gatekeeper

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Gate keeper is a walk I'm the park. Like the little barriers in mall parking lots.

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Only because I didnt have the choice of 1WD
I thought they were 1WD, 2WD or 4WD with lockers. Just being a smart a$$ no offense.
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I havent run it backwards, but want to just to change it up a bit.
Oh yah, don't get me wrong. I think everyone should try it in both directions given the opportunity. Actually it's been a few years since I've run it counter-clockwise, so I wouldn't mind doing that again. I wouldn't want to go up Odessa Canyon with my hardtop on though because when going up the 50/50 Slot there's a chance of sliding into the rock wall and damaging tops, especially on taller Jeeps.

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if we can put together a good intermediate run I still think its a real good location for the M&G.
I agree, and I think what I suggested earlier would be a good option for an intermediate run. A little more "fun" than the Phillips Loop beginner/intermediate run we did last time that left most unfulfilled.

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I would be willing to go pre run it and help plot out a decent Intermediate run. Such a sacrifice...
Any excuse to go hit a trail. If we do have the M&G at Calico, I wouldn't mind doing this as a Friday pre-run.

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Gate keeper is a walk I'm the park. Like the little barriers in mall parking lots.

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Oh yeah I remember that one...isn't that the one where we had to use climbing gear to get the top on foot? ;-)
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Only because I didnt have the choice of 1WD
Yes you did. Pull the axle out of one side of the housing.
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It was an off camber trail like this on top of Devils Slide that made me pucker a lot a few weeks ago. So let me, as a newb, ask you guys is it better to crawl (1mph) through it or carry a little momentum (3mph)? I crawled on devils slide and got a real nice view out of the passenger window down about 75'.
I would have to walk this part and let Mike drive through, I have issues with bridges and cliffs......especially when I'm looking over the side of them. I'm not afraid of much, but those two things get me.

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I would rate doran/Odessa with Holcomb. But much more scenic. A challenging, but fun trail for any mall crawler!
My mall crawler is on steroids, so I feel a little more confident hearing this. All the stories of Calico have me spooked a bit, I need to stop reading I guess. Lol

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I dont think "jeepherz" would even have a problem with the gatekeeper
I may draw the line at the Gatekeeper, I've seen some crazy videos and think I would be a perfect candidate to hold the camera and take pictures of all you brave souls.

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Gate keeper is a walk I'm the park. Like the little barriers in mall parking lots.

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If by little barriers you mean Prius's and Smart Cars then maybe I shouldn't be worried
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Everyone did Gatekeeper last year with no major problems......by FOOT.

We didn't have anyone in our groups willing enough to take it on. Jerry, who had ran it a few times in the past said that the Gatekeeper was a whole new beast in comparison to what it was when he ran it.
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Everyone did Gatekeeper last year with no major problems......by FOOT.

We didn't have anyone in our groups willing enough to take it on. Jerry, who had ran it a few times in the past said that the Gatekeeper was a whole new beast in comparison to what it was when he ran it.
Oh, okay. Well in that case I too can conquer the Gatekeeper, no problem

I was wondering if there was a different one than what I had seen. You guys talked about it like it wasn't so bad and I was a bit confused.....not that it takes much to confuse me
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I was wondering if there was a different one than what I had seen. You guys talked about it like it wasn't so bad and I was a bit confused.....not that it takes much to confuse me
Nah, I think when everyone refers to the gatekeeper in Calico...there is only one...and boy, is it a big gate. If I had a couple more mods, and trailered the jeep up there, I would love to give it a run...but for my daily driver, not likely that will happen.
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Nah, I think when everyone refers to the gatekeeper in Calico...there is only one...and boy, is it a big gate. If I had a couple more mods, and trailered the jeep up there, I would love to give it a run...but for my daily driver, not likely that will happen.
I'm going to see if Dennis, the guy that works on my Jeep would like to go on this run. He has a couple Jeeps, one he would take up it. He takes it to the Hammers quite often and talks about the Gatekeeper.

I would love to ride along with him if he goes, it will be the only time I'll ever go up it......in a vehicle, lol.
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One of the "big dogs" on this forum is Blaine Johnson aka Black Magic Brakes. He is a master of the toughest trails out in Johnson Valley & I have had the pleasure of wheeling with him several times on several JV trails. When I mentioned my plans of doing the Gatekeeper again to him earlier this year, he was the one who strongly/vociferously/at length advised me against doing the gatekeeper as it is now. I countered that I had done it 5-6 times & he laughed, saying that was then but this was now... and it was no longer the trail it used to be and said it is now as tough as nearly anything in Johnson Valley and tougher than most anything he has seen... which is saying a lot! It used to be doable if your Jeep was pretty well built but the gatekeeper is definitely a different beast now.

Yomondo has me thinking about trying it again but I'm sure not going to be ashamed if I decide against doing it again like I did earlier this year. And I especially won't do it unless I have a good experienced spotter I can trust who has recently done the gatekeeper himself. I'd love to do it again and I'm sorely tempted to try it this next trip but that's strictly a maybe at the most.
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One of the "big dogs" on this forum is Blaine Johnson aka Black Magic Brakes. He is a master of the toughest trails out in Johnson Valley & I have had the pleasure of wheeling with him several times on several JV trails. When I mentioned my plans of doing the Gatekeeper again to him earlier this year, he was the one who strongly/vociferously/at length advised me against doing the gatekeeper as it is now. I countered that I had done it 5-6 times & he laughed, saying that was then but this was now... and it was no longer the trail it used to be and said it is now as tough as nearly anything in Johnson Valley and tougher than most anything he has seen... which is saying a lot! It used to be doable if your Jeep was pretty well built but the gatekeeper is definitely a different beast now.

Yomondo has me thinking about trying it again but I'm sure not going to be ashamed if I decide against doing it again like I did earlier this year. And I especially won't do it unless I have a good experienced spotter I can trust who has recently done the gatekeeper himself. I'd love to do it again and I'm sorely tempted to try it this next trip but that's strictly a maybe at the most.
Jerry, You hit the nail on the head with that...Last March when I told Blaine I was going to Calico, he said stay away from the GK (I had no intention of trying it at that point anyways) He said "Its a bad place that needs to go away"...
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I watched a Cherokee and several JK's go through the gatekeeper a little over a year ago without damage. Only the Cherokee needed a little tug at one spot. It took about half an hour each vehicle each direction (some went both up and down) with very slow and careful spotting, but it's doable, IMO not as bad as Blaine makes it sound, with all due respect.
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I watched a Cherokee and several JK's go through the gatekeeper a little over a year ago without damage. Only the Cherokee needed a little tug at one spot. It took about half an hour each vehicle each direction (some went both up and down) with very slow and careful spotting, but it's doable, IMO not as bad as Blaine makes it sound, with all due respect.
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I watched a Cherokee and several JK's go through the gatekeeper a little over a year ago without damage. Only the Cherokee needed a little tug at one spot. It took about half an hour each vehicle each direction (some went both up and down) with very slow and careful spotting, but it's doable, IMO not as bad as Blaine makes it sound, with all due respect.
I agree that taking one person's word for it isn't valid. But one more data point that makes me think Blaine knows what he is talking about is what happened twice to Gerald Lee the last couple times he did the gatekeeper. Gerald, who co-owns Savvy Offroad, busted his well built rig at least twice on the gatekeeper. Gerald, together with John Currie won the 2012 Everyman King of the Hammers event,runs nothing but strong and superbly built trail rigs. I called him to get his opinion and he laughed and told me all about his breakages on the gatekeeper and told me the same thing... not to run it unless I was trailering my rig. Yes I'm still tempted but...
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I agree that taking one person's word for it isn't valid. But one more data point that makes me think Blaine knows what he is talking about is what happened twice to Gerald Lee the last couple times he did the gatekeeper. Gerald, who co-owns Savvy Offroad, busted his well built rig at least twice on the gatekeeper. Gerald, together with John Currie won the 2012 Everyman King of the Hammers event,runs nothing but strong and superbly built trail rigs. I called him to get his opinion and he laughed and told me all about his breakages on the gatekeeper and told me the same thing... not to run it unless I was trailering my rig. Yes I'm still tempted but...
Can you really take Gerald's word? I have heard that if HE can't break it...it's strong enough. This sounds like he might be a little rough on his stuff
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Can you really take Gerald's word? I have heard that if HE can't break it...it's strong enough. This sounds like he might be a little rough on his stuff
Ha I have to laugh at that Geoff because you're absolutely right. Gerald is the official local tester of all parts... if he can't break them then nobody can.
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Ha I have to laugh at that Geoff because you're absolutely right. Gerald is the official local tester of all parts... if he can't break them then nobody can.
That might explain why John races the EMC rig...not Gerald They may think he does less damage co-driving.
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I agree, and I think what I suggested earlier would be a good option for an intermediate run. A little more "fun" than the Phillips Loop beginner/intermediate run we did last time that left most unfulfilled.

Any excuse to go hit a trail. If we do have the M&G at Calico, I wouldn't mind doing this as a Friday pre-run.
Armand, Dan and I are going down there on the 28th-31st, we will check out and run these trails and see if we can help put together an intermediate run that will be challenging without being too hard. With the amount of people it could be possible to do 3 runs if we include an easy scenic type trail. We can compare notes at your run on the 12th..
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I am keeping the poll open till the end of December, but I wanted to post this up real quick. Vote for your preference of location to make sure you have a better chance to go where ya want. Looks like Calico is in a huge lead at the moment. I just checked for camping info for the Ghost Town, and almost every site is available. Only 2 cabins left and both bunk houses open. Here is a link in case anyone wishes to reserve online. San Bernardino County Regional Parks Department Online Reservations

Anza Borrego is pretty much open area and can camp in several first come first serve locations. Not really sure about JV or Last Chance Canyon. So get your voice heard and vote everyone. I am getting excited now. Getting closer.

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