Like watching monster-truck freestyle in the woods, the objective of rock bouncing is to pilot a highly modified off-road buggy up insanely steep inclines with damage-inflicting jagged rocks in the shortest amount of time possible. Rock bouncer racing is known for its high speeds, big jumps, and intense crashes. If this type of action sounds like something you want to see or experience firsthand, look no further than Stony Lonesome 508. This trail accesses the largest congregation of rock bouncing hills within Stony Lonesome OHV Park and is a great location to see these amazing machines in action.
Refusing to be just another hill climb trail as you see so often throughout the park, Stony Lonesome 404 breaks the norm and offers drivers a doable challenge even on the slickest of days. This trail is great for beginners who want to learn how to safely drop the nose of their vehicle down an obstacle and is likely the closest experience they will ever have to driving a spiral staircase. Start here if you are new and work your way up to the more difficult Badge of Honor trails, such as Switchback.
Switchback is one of the many trails in the 1,465 acres of Stony Lonesome OHV Park. This particular trail, located close to the park's entrance, is extremely steep and weaves its way through several switchbacks high above Dorsey Creek. No other trail within the park combines breathtaking views and technical challenges. This Jeep Badge of Honor trail lives up to the hype as it tests a driver's mental fortitude and a vehicle's mechanical abilities.
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