Jason Lewis

Trail Reviews: 500 points
Questions Answered: 0 points

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Off-Road Experience:
4-5 years
Off-Road Style:
Rock Crawling
My Garage:
  • 2019 Jeep Wrangler (4 door) (3" lift, 37" tires)

My Garage (1)

2019 Jeep Wrangler (4 door)

Lift Size: 3"
Tire Size: 37"

My Trail Reviews (3)

(within last 6 months)
Hagerman Pass (10/30/2021)
Just like the review says, business in the front, party in the back. Started the day off to wake up a little on this trail and was not disappointed. Beautiful views and just enough undulated surface on the second have to make it interesting. Will not be a problem in any high clearance four-wheel-drive vehicle.
Adams Lake (09/02/2021)
I've been wheeling for years and I've never been up to the Flat Tops. . Shame on me because this is, in my opinion one of the top five areas of the state and I will be back every year going forward. Photos truly don't capture the beauty of this area. There's a vastness and isolation that I have not experienced anywhere else in the state. As far as the trail, the previous reviewer has it correct. If you want this to be more of a sightseeing trip, 33 inch tires and a 2 inch lift will certainly make it more enjoyable. I did this in a rented stock Jeep Wrangler sport with 32"street tires. I disconnected the swaybar which helped immensely as this is a very rocky trail regardless of which way you come in. We came in from the south through coffee Pot road, but if you have a stock or full-size vehicle I would highly recommend coming in from the north through the Blair Mountain Trail also found on Trails Off-Road. Waypoints 11-14 Blair Mountain trail are the hairiest, and going up is twice as difficult as coming down. We ran this trail both ways and were able is able to do it but there was a lot of under belly scraping. Getting up to Adams lake was surprisingly not as difficult as it looks. The rocks look pretty menacing heading up there but if you get out and look there's a couple of good lines that a regular clearance vehicle can make no problem.
Silver Basin (07/25/2021)
I hesitate to review this one just because it is less well known and i'd love to keep it that way . Most people just cruise right by this trail / Governors Basin /Sydney Basin and hit up Yankee boy. All three of these trails are among my favorite of all time. This has become one of my top trails in the area. Like most trails over here, it is technical enough to be interesting but also not so difficult that you can't just kind of drive along and enjoy the scenery. Beautiful all the way to the top. None of my pictures can be lat the ones in a trail description.