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Technical Rating: 10
Difficulty: Extreme
Length: 17.1 Miles
Duration: 3 days
Status: Open

The Rubicon Trail

Pollock Pines, California

The Rubicon/McKinney Road in Northern California got its name because it crosses the Rubicon River at one point near Lake Tahoe. Originally established in the 1800's, the road was used as a stagecoach road between Georgetown and Lake Tahoe. After the hotels went out of business, the road began to deteriorate. Because of this, in 1952, several residents of Georgetown held a meeting to discuss the possibility of an organized Jeep tour from Georgetown to Lake Tahoe, via the Rubicon Trail. On August 29, 1953, 55 Jeeps with 155 enthusiastic participants left Georgetown on a two-day trip that is now known as "Jeepers Jamboree 1." Since then, the Jeepers Jamboree organization has moved the event to the last weekend of July. Now it's a four-wheelers tradition of these "pioneers."

Today, almost everyone has heard of The Rubicon Trail. Believed to be the Super Bowl of offroad trails, this extreme trail is a must-do destination for all offroaders, overlanders, and rock crawlers. Comprised of miles of nonstop 4-low rock crawling, this trail is going to test your driving skills and your vehicle. According to who you talk to, this trail is scary intense to a weekend camping trip. But don't be fooled, this trail should never be underestimated for one second.

Technical Rating: 4-6
Difficulty: Easy-Moderate
Length: 13.1 Miles
Duration: about 2 hours
Status: Open

Taylor Pass

Aspen, Colorado

Trekking through two national forests, high in the rugged mountains of Gunnison County, Taylor Pass is an extremely fun and scenic route between Taylor Park and Aspen. Known for it's spectacular fall colors, this 4x4 off-road trail provides amazing high alpine views and will entertain everyone from the first timer, to the extreme off road enthusiast. One unique feature of this trail, which is seldom seen in any other Colorado trail, is the half mile trek in the creek on the south side of the pass.

Taylor Pass was once the main supply route from Buena Vista into the mining camps around Ashcroft, originally known as Castle Forks. Once Independence Pass was created, populations in Ashcroft plunged from 2,500 in 1883, to just 2 by 1900.

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Technical Rating: 1-3
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 40.6 Miles
Duration: about 4 hours
Status: Open

Senator Highway, Arizona

Crown King, Arizona

The town of Prescott, Arizona is one of my family's favorite places to visit. It also happens to be the highlight of this trail. You can visit the City of Prescott's webpage here to explore their calendar of events or click on the Visitor tab for information about: parking, lodging, museums, news, outdoor recreation, public services, maps, local weather, restaurants, and live entertainment to name a few. Prescott has an active town night life on Whisky Row including the Prescott Brewery. A few other favorite locations include: the Sharlot Hall Museum, the Heritage Park Zoo, and the Thumb Butte Trail. Prescott has something for everybody from camping, rock climbing, cycling, and hiking to wine tours, kayaking, and it's Courthouse Plaza Summer Concert Series. Travelers could easily spend several days there exploring the town.

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