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Old 06-28-2012, 07:03 PM   #1
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Hi everyone! I just bought a '11 JKUR about 10 days ago and am new to the forum. I'm in Westminster and looking for mild trails to start out on. The jeep is still stock height and I'm not planning to lift it this year (that's what I'm telling myself for now). I've got aftermarket bumpers and a winch, but that's about all it came with....
What are some fun, mild trails to get my feet wet and get a feel for what this purdy lil thing can do?

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Old 06-28-2012, 07:17 PM   #2
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Check out www.traildamage.com they have just about every trail in CO. from the easy ones to the hardest. there's always something going on here so check frequently and come along. If you need anything just ask there's always someone willing to help or provide suggestions. Welcome !

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I've bookmarked Trail Damage and have been reading and looking at the maps!
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Welcome. I have a 12 JKUR and also live in Westminster. Like John said keep checking here as there is some kind of run every weekend and you are always welcome. This is a great bunch of guys and trail difficulty varies from week to week. If this is your first Rubi you will find them very capable. Mine is stock also except for bumpers and a winch. I look forward to meeting and wheeling with you.
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Welcome Chuck

Bought my first Jeep in '10 and then upgraded to a Rubi about a month ago. I'm still learning and enjoying the time doing so.

Some of my first trails I hit in my '10 were Mammoth Gulch and Devils Canyon. Also, there are some fun forest trails that wrap around Breckenridge and over into Alma (County Road 8 running up to Kite Lake) and Mt. Brasso. The trails there aren't too rough and you can find some cool abandoned mine relics. You do have to watch out for snow banks. I ran it last year and there were impassable drifts still in mid-June. This year not so bad with the lighter snowpack. I recently ran Saints John which wasn't too difficult but a heck of a lot of fun, but between the rocks and the scenery you just end up taking it slow.

Maybe see you out on the trails

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