Trail Reviews: 1200 points
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2019 Jeep Wrangler (4 door) (Stock
lift, 33" tires)
Recently moved to COS, and my wife and I love the outdoors. We really enjoy backpacking and hiking in Colorado. We have also taken up riding the backroads and getting those great views without a multi-hour hike.
My Garage (1)
2019 Jeep Wrangler (4 door)
Lift Size: Stock
Tire Size: 33"
My Trail Reviews (6)
(within last 6 months)
Went to the Rainbow Fall area and had good time. Not to crowded, but needed to watch for bikes and ATV's. Ride up to Little Moab was a nice trail with a few challenges. Not mudding so pretty easy. DId only a small section of Little Moab as not setup to run those steps yet. Fun watching other try. Was able to find a few other obstacles that did challenge the stock JLU Rubicon, and those were fun to tackle. Nice park and will be back to take on more!
Simple trail we ran from Telluride and the little town of Ophir to the Million Dollar Highway / 550. Very busy pass with many Subarus coming from 550. Had a 20 minute wait while traffic came downhill off the cliff line. View were nice going up, and on the downhill, but the pass is very rocking with limited views.
Unbelievable trail. My first run of Black Bear Pass and did with the CCC4W Club. So glad to do it with the club and experience drivers. We started out of Ouray up the Red Mountain on the Million Dollar highway. Then a beautiful climb to the Black Bear Pass. The decent was very enjoyable with the vast variance in sections (downhill from pass, steps by river, waterfalls, and cliff switchbacks). The view were breathtaking. There are section on the trail that can really cause issues if you take the wrong line, but very doable if taken slow. Ran it in with a stock JL Rubicon.
Dirt road that was so crowded and dusty that you could not go over 20 MPH and see. Never again! Should have gone over California Pass.
An enjoyable trail and a long , simple tail until go get to the accent. Long day if done with Engineer Pass and Rd 2 into Silverton. Very beautiful trip and probably much more enjoyable when less crowded than Labor Day Weekend.
Did the trail from Ouray to Lake City. The first 6 miles was a little technical and had some good steps/obstacles. The mid section was very beautiful and enjoyable except for the hundreds of sheep??? Most of this above the tree line. The last 18 miles was a very easy dirt road that was very crowded.