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04-03-2013 06:52 PM
pineda22
Timing

if you time the trip right and start soon enough in the AM u can take mud flat to jordan have lunch then head up toward the delco mine and hit silver city for dinner and be back just before dark
04-03-2013 05:19 PM
pineda22 i grew up down here in grand view and jus bought a tj in jan. i have been on that trail but never all the way to jordan if ur still interested in going hit me up it insanely easy to find and i would be more than happy to show anybody
08-13-2011 03:22 PM
dadunkindude Found the website for the Mt Home group:

http://www.wildwest4wd.com
08-10-2011 12:17 AM
dadunkindude There's a local Jeep club in Mt Home, and a big one in Boise. The one in Boise has a website, but the one in Mt Home I've only seen on the road, never an advertisement. I've asked around at the base a few times to some guys I know who have tricked out offroad rigs but they don't know anyone in it...
08-09-2011 09:43 PM
JeeperJake Thanks for the invite dadukindude....from what I've learned so far is it probably is a rougher trail than I'd want to take on in one rig only.....are there any active Jeep clubs around there to contact regarding other possible runs? I grew up driving the SW Idaho desert off roads area but that was almost 50 years ago. I went to visit some of my old favored haunts outside Boise and was surprised with housing developments everywhere.
08-09-2011 01:18 PM
dadunkindude Haven't run it, but the terminus in Grandview is only a few miles from me if someone wants to meet up...
06-27-2011 07:52 PM
JeeperJake
here's more details:

http://www.blm.gov/pgdata/etc/medial.../entiredoc.pdf

Talks in general about the route:

here's the map (sorry PDF won't let me post actual image) Page 6 of above .pdf.

Looks very interesting. SOMEBODY has to have gone on it???
06-26-2011 09:04 PM
JeeperJake
any of you Spud Spore Jeepers know of this trail?

called the "Mud Flat Road", a BLM route 103 miles long from Jordan Valley to Grandview?

I lost track of the BLM trail # and brochure.

Wondering if any body has made the run? Got details?

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