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If you do Windrock, TN you can get two badges in one day. It's about an 11 hour drive, so maybe a 3 day weekend would work.
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|danrb||I'm up for it. Reaper was talking about 18 June going. We can make this a part of the MOAB trip to get more badges.|
|05-10-2013 01:33 PM|
Jeep Badge of Honor
If you haven't heard of the program, check it out at Jeep's website
Badge of Honor | Off Road Trails, Jeep Life, Trail Badge | Jeep
The basics are this...Jeep will give out badges on a point system. The best way to earn points is to visit a designated trail and check in (via smartphone app).
Rausch Creek is the only designated trail on the East Coast. There has been some chatter about Rausch Creek on this board so lets make a quest out of it.
Snippet from their FAQ:
How many trails are there in Jeep® Badge of Honor and can I collect Hard Badges for all of them?
Currently there are 38 Trails in the Jeep Badge of Honor Program — each with a unique Hard Badge for you to collect and display on your Jeep vehicle. Stay tuned for later phases where we'll provide you with even more trails and exciting program features.
This is a real badge (like the "trail rated badge" on the side of JKs) that Jeep will send to you...not a virtual badge.
I'm personally booked through mid June but this can be a chance to plan ahead.