Stony Lonesome 508

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2/5 (1 reviews)
Bremen, Alabama (Cullman County)
Last Updated: 06/06/2023
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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.

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508 is a dead-end trail used to access many epic hill climbs in the northern center of Stony Lonesome OHV Park. There are no obstacles along this specific trail, but there are many wide places to congregate and watch someone attempt one of the hill climbs. Any high clearance vehicle is suitable for this trail.

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2/5 (1)
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Rated 2/5
Visited: 01/06/2023

As a stand-alone trail, 508 is nothing special. It just takes you to some intense hill climb trails, including Gut Buster, which might or might not be a Jeep Badge of Honor trail. The Jeep BOH system is odd and confusing because its system lists the badge trail like this: Gut Buster #508. However, 508 is one trail, and gut buster is a different trail labeled as 17. Both are standalone trails, so just come down 508, gawk at the hill climbs, and check in to simply collect your badge.

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