Windrock 16

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4.5/5 (2 reviews)
Oliver Springs, Tennessee (Anderson County)
Last Updated: 06/07/2023

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Proudly wearing the distinction of being the most challenging Jeep Badge of Honor trail in Windrock Park, Windrock 16 is a continuous onslaught of varying obstacles that will test your driving abilities, your nerve, and your group's attrition. Deep off-camber trenches, big rocks, and slippery hill climbs await those with the courage to earn their badge. This trail rewards the battle weary with a spectacular waterfall and scenic views to top off an adrenaline-filled trail ride.

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4.5/5 (2)
Rated 4/5
Visited: 07/31/2023

We made it through Waypoint 8 before our buddy (my dad) wanted to turn around after getting a flat tire. The ruts are deep and gnarly. Expect somewhat deep scratches to your front fender and side mirror. Beadlocks highly recommended. Our rig (with BLs) was fine but dad's rig (not BLs) had one flat going through a rut. Put the spare on, turned it around to head back and he lost air on his spare. If he wasn't worried about losing air we would have continued on to finish the trail. We'll be back. Rubi with 37s, 4-5" lift
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Rated 5/5
Visited: 11/10/2022
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

What a great trail! This trail offers and kinds of fun obstacles. It's definitely a long one and took a lot longer than I expected, but serious fun the entire time. The deep trenches along this trail will definitely get your heart pounding and have you second-guessing your decisions. Make sure you go check out the waterfall. It's gorgeous. Wish it was flowing more while I was there.
Trail Review: Windrock 16 - Ryan Boudreau
Trail Review: Windrock 16 - Ryan Boudreau
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