|05-15-2012 05:18 PM|
|TOKKIE||Like sssaksena said cow mountain is great. I went on that trip this past week end, we wheeled quite a bit and only touched on the amount of trails up there.|
|05-15-2012 05:14 PM|
|TOKKIE||Not sure where in Northern Cali you are, but you can get a map of all the forest service roads at any forest service station. Word has it you can get from Sonora to Carson City on forest serivice roads. All of these roads are legal to wheel on as long as you don't go past any locked gates.|
|05-15-2012 03:18 PM|
we just did a run near ukiah, ca
check it out: http://www.wranglerforum.com/f55/any...al-138295.html
pics on the last page.
|05-13-2012 03:48 PM|
Try HERE > TrailDamage.com - All Trails
Go to your State, and go from there. Lots of info can be found.
I know you asked a Month ago, and you should have gotten more than just ONE ANSWER.
Move to Colorado, you would have had 300 answers by now. lol
|05-13-2012 11:44 AM|
|CaliRubicon||Depend on where in northern Cali you are. Give a better idea of where you are and you'll find more info. Not a lot of crawling but there are some great dirt roads that will take you to sme out of the way spots you would not be able to see w/out a jeep or motorcycle. Have fun and tread lightly.|
|04-13-2012 04:36 PM|
Recommended trails in California
So I just got a wrangler sport, and im dying to take it out on the trails. Ive gone off roading a few times before, but definitely not ready for something like the rubicon or something. Does anybody know any good, moderate trails to go on in Northern California? I havent gotten a chance to make any modifications yet, so everything is still stock. Also, any mods that i should absolutely make for the future?