Trail Reviews: 1400 points
Questions Answered: 0 points
2001 Jeep Wrangler (2 door) (3"
lift, 31" tires)
2008 Jeep Wrangler (4 door) (4.5"
lift, 37" tires)
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My Garage (2)
2001 Jeep Wrangler (2 door)
Lift Size: 3"
Tire Size: 31"
2” suspension, 1” body lift.
2008 Jeep Wrangler (4 door)
Lift Size: 4.5"
Tire Size: 37"
previous 3” on 33s
My Trail Reviews (7)
(within last 6 months)
Easy connector. Be careful as it is a commonly used road. Watch for oncoming traffic.
A lot rockier and rutted than I last reviewed. But that just means more fun! Trails end is confusing to get into Bear. I ran into like 5 other rigs who were as equally as confused. I went right to attempt to go to Knickerbocker (I took that last time) somehow ended at Sugarlump which was a closed gate....went to Radford...then back tracked...then somehow came out of Bear Mountain/Moonridge? Whatever man. Getting shmall kine lost is still part of the ventch. I just referred back to Gaia to find my routes again. I knew I was close so I didn’t mind winging it and exploring, but do your research to prepare better.
This trail is better than Paiute IMHO. Better views and better camping spots! Stock with a little lift made it easy. Tons of people out in the trails.
Lots of people on this trail. It’s beautiful up there. Stock with a little lift made this super easy. You will definitely want to air down though. Perfect camping spots on this and Coldwater.
Easy trail. 2wd most of it. Any stocker 4x4 can do it. Some deep ruts in small sections. Holcomb Valley is fun for the fam bam. It’s beautiful up there right now.
Note: The trail exit 2N26Y was closed. Because it was getting darker and I just wanted to do a quick trip with my daughter, I didn’t feel like finding an alt route and just out and backed it. Schmall kine annoyed. But this trail is probably awesome for first time off-roaders. It can teach you to pick your line, switch into 4lo, drive in da slippy condish, etc. lots of fun hills, water crossings, and schmmmmmaallll kine rocks. Lots of traffic on this trail. Probably ran into like 20 other vehicles. Stock with some clearance should be enough. Happy trails!
Lots of rutted areas and overgrowth deeper in the trail. Pinstripe likely. Tons of fun puddles. Probably would want higher clearance like the last review said. Went when there was tons of fog, wind, and rain so it looked gnar gnar towards the Silverwood side. Basically, it looked like I arrived at LOTR’s Middle Earth. The forest area DEFINITELY looked like there was some goblin activity. All in all, this trail became my new favorite.