So im taking a group of guys up to big bear. Two jeeps. A four door JK on 35" and my TJ on 33". Neither have lockers or a winch. Would it be a good idea to run the trail? We have recovery equipment.
:crazy:Scottie- it's not That easy..
Exactly- it ain't always rig capabilities :whistling::crazy:
I ran it stock in a JKU. There was some carnage that weekend (one guy broke a DS, and another broke his hard top) but if you ask me, the trail was pretty tame, both of those failures had little to do with the trail itself. :doh:
Here's everything you need Holcomb Creek Trail - Dirtopia, the Off-Road EncyclopediaReally glad to get all the responses. I will definitely take the trail. Tell me more about Holcomb creek.. Id say I'm a fairly good driver but my buddy doesn't have as much experience...
Does holcomb creek follow the actual creek? I see the creek on map but not trail. Wheres the start?
Will do! Still looking for one more trail though. Any suggestions anyone? Also if any of the mines are particularly interesting let me know.suicideking said:Ya, skip Holcomb until you get rails. GM will be fine. Fun trail, scenic too! I wish it was longer.
Jacoby is actually the first trail I did in Big Bear back when I had my Cherokee. It's nice and scenic and has a few little fun spots that are passable by a stock 4wd.Jacoby Canyon Trail any good?
Agree with this. Jacoby is easier than Gold Mtn, mostly scenic. If you go up GM, it's right next to where it ends.Jacoby is actually the first trail I did in Big Bear back when I had my Cherokee. It's nice and scenic and has a few little fun spots that are passable by a stock 4wd.
If you're looking for a nice day of scenic wheelin with some semi-newbie Jeepers I'd do Gold Mountain to Jacoby or might be easier to do Jacoby from the backside up and then to Gold Mountain down.
Good luck and have fun! :thumb:
Hmm im thinking we'll do GM first thing in the morn then find a different trail for the afternoon. Maybe jacoby. Yall make it seem too easy thoughsuicideking said:Agree with this. Jacoby is easier than Gold Mtn, mostly scenic. If you go up GM, it's right next to where it ends.