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Thanks a lot Dawwhites, It's Holy Jim, or at least the road that goes to Holy Jim, I live literally 5 min away from there.Nice pictures. What trail where those pictures taken? They look very familiar.
Check the Cadillac trail, nothing crazy, but it's short and fun with some off camber spots and couple of small boulders to sort, takes a couple of hours or less, to go up and down, get some fresh air, hydrate and take some nice pictures up there, rookies can use all their Jeep Gizmos over here, descent control, disconnects, lockers if they wanted, (not needed though), and especially for those bone stock, will give them a little more confidence on how their stock Jeep will behave when off-camber. Rookies should go up with someone that has wheeled before, the trail is easy, but the off-camber stuff can be overwhelming for people who have never done this before, especially going down, trail is graded, and it's a 3 wheel dance at times in some spots if you have a bone stock rig without at least disconnects.@rsmwrangler oh yeah... I remember you told me that on a previous thread. lol. I was gonna go there this past weekend for a quick trip, but ended up doing something else.