Jeep Trail Reports
Whether you're hitting the trails this weekend or just web-wheeling, we have your California, Colorado, and Desert Southwest photos and route descriptions.
Pack your roof rack and fill your water jugs! You'll find just about everything you need to hit the trails and get rockin.' Don't worry if you're new to the sport, we can help answer any questions that come up. What have we been up to? Moab!
This scenic trail has some fun rock ledges!
Three of Moab’s most famous!
This was the most interesting day on our Adopt-A-Trail yet.
After days of wheeling, we decided it was time to visit the tourist traps before we left town.
From Poughkeepsie Gulch we turned onto California Gulch via California Pass. You’ll see old mines, an old mill and the ghost town of Animas Forks.
A little bit of challenge and a lot of wonderful scenery made this one of our most favorite trails. Access via Mineral Creek from Highway 550.
This trail follows the Uncompagre River, part of the Alpine Loop. The trail was easy by our standards, even in the stock Rubicon, and very scenic.
The trailhead is between Ouray and Silverton – west off of highway 550 and makes a great trip to Telluride.
Red Mountain Mining Area is an easy trail located between Silverton and Ouray off of Highway 550.
We started our ’07 Colorado mountain jeep adventure downtown Ouray and headed to Corkscrew Gulch trail.
We joined up with JeepBBS for another Rookie Run. It was a great day with great weather and only minor damages in the end.
This trail shares many views with Achy Breaky, which isn’t far away. The Barstow outlet mall can be seen in the background.