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2013 Jeep Wrangler (4 door) (3"
lift, 35" tires)
My Garage (1)
2013 Jeep Wrangler (4 door)
Lift Size: 3"
Tire Size: 35"
2013 Jeep Wrangler JKU Rubicon, 35" Nitto Trail Grappler M/T's, 3" Teraflex Lift Kit with Fox shocks, Gobi Roof Rack, Yeti Goal Zero Power supply and Solar Panel mounted on roof rack, Power Tank CO2 system.
My Trail Reviews (6)
(within last 6 months)
Ran Stony Pass from East to West, a lot of camping spots along the route and beautiful scenery. I camped the night before just outside of Creede to the Southwest along the river and it was beautiful and quiet. Came across a moose and a heard of sheep along the trail. Pulled my Smittybilt trailer the whole way with no issues at all. Great way to get Silverton, took about 4 hours with some stopping along the way.
Great trail! A lot of fun up and down the Fins. Definitely a must do trail if you are in the area.
The trail ins't that bad for the most part there is a couple rough spots but the view from the top is pretty amazing. Took about 3 and a half hours to run it from the highway. Not necessarily a trail I would run again as there are a lot better trails in the Moab area and the drive out to Top of the World is a bit longer than you'd expect but overall a good trail.
Ran Poughkeepsie on a rainy day, the trail is not difficult, the wall was pretty slick and I was not able to make it up due to the rain and didn't have a spotter with me so I didn't push my luck. I will hit it again next year when I have a spotter with me. The wall isn't that bad as long as you pick the right line.
Was able to get on Blackbear Pass soon after it opened for the season. Was a great ride and a Hell of a view. Started raining about the time I got to the top so made it a bit more interesting. Not a hard trail but can mess with you head a bit being close to the edge that high up.
I ran the trail from East to West. There is some great dispersed camping at the beginning of the trail on the East side, and some nice camp spots throughout the trail were it has been marked. I ran the trail in about 3 hours from my camp site down into the park where I was able to air up my tires, The park has a free air station. I pulled my Smittybilt trailer down the trail with me with no issues at all. Great vies from the mountain top and all along the trail. I talked to a few people along the route that had some troubles the day before due to rain making the sandy terrain a problem, but the day after when I ran it there were no issues. Plenty of small creek crossings throughout the trail all with a hard bottom to them.