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    Winter 4X4 Jamboree

    Next week, January 19-21, it's time for the annual Jamboree

    The is located near St George, UT and Zion National Park.

    Yours truly is a tail gunner for a few of the tails. If anyone is planning on attending and would like a local contact, send me a PM and I'll help where I can.

    Be safe.

    Ken
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillTheCat View Post
    Next week, January 19-21, it's time for the annual Jamboree

    The is located near St George, UT and Zion National Park.

    Yours truly is a tail gunner for a few of the tails. If anyone is planning on attending and would like a local contact, send me a PM and I'll help where I can.

    Be safe.

    Ken
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    I am registered but now it ends up in have to work.
    Seriously bummed. May run down this weekend and do west rim just to get out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rottenbelly View Post
    I am registered but now it ends up in have to work.
    Seriously bummed. May run down this weekend and do west rim just to get out.
    I see you are from Utah. I am thinking about going and today is the last day to sign up. On there website it shows you meet and leave from fairgrounds and most trails are 5 miles away but some 2 hours? What ones are two hours away.....Not wanting to drive that far since I coming from southern California. Half the trails are filled and I am wanting to do trails rated at 7 or below. Hopefully you can help but if not thank you anyways. Frank
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    We are planning on these runs. If anyone from WAL is down there, come say HI! I'll do the same if I see a WAL banner/steeeeeeeker
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBank View Post
    I see you are from Utah. I am thinking about going and today is the last day to sign up. On there website it shows you meet and leave from fairgrounds and most trails are 5 miles away but some 2 hours? What ones are two hours away.....Not wanting to drive that far since I coming from southern California. Half the trails are filled and I am wanting to do trails rated at 7 or below. Hopefully you can help but if not thank you anyways. Frank
    The trails that are further out I believe are The Barracks trail and the One that goes thru Toquervill falls. Both fairly easy. Barracks is very scenic with lots of creek crossing. Those are the only 2 I know of off the top of my head. West rim is what I was going to do on Saturday, not gonna make it now. If you want to do that one maybe I could transfer it over to you somehow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aspenkid View Post
    We are planning on these runs. If anyone from WAL is down there, come say HI! I'll do the same if I see a WAL banner/steeeeeeeker
    19th-Double Sammy
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    Nice selection of trails, double sammy is a blast and has the optional big climb out the chute at the end.
    Enjoy the scenery. Calling for rain and possibly snow this weekend but still tons of traction even in the rain down there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rottenbelly View Post
    Nice selection of trails, double sammy is a blast and has the optional big climb out the chute at the end.
    Enjoy the scenery. Calling for rain and possibly snow this weekend but still tons of traction even in the rain down there.
    Ya, kinda sucks about the weather, but it's wheeling!! Double Sammy is one of our favorites! Solid nonstop action from the beginning.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aspenkid View Post
    We are planning on these runs. If anyone from WAL is down there, come say HI! I'll do the same if I see a WAL banner/steeeeeeeker
    19th-Double Sammy
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    I will know today if I am going. I see your trail list so I am sure that would be your recommendations. But if those are not available what other onesy do you suggest that are rated 7 and below? Thanks
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    [QUOTE=DaBank;830002]
    Quote Originally Posted by Rottenbelly View Post
    The trails that are further out I believe are The Barracks trail and the One that goes thru Toquervill falls. Both fairly easy. Barracks is very scenic with lots of creek crossing. Those are the only 2 I know of off the top of my head. West rim is what I was going to do on Saturday, not gonna make it now. If you want to do that one maybe I could transfer it over to you somehow.[/QUOT

    Thank you for the information. In about a hour I will know if I can go. What three trails are must do's? I have never 4x4 out there so the views and local terrian are important also to experience. I filled out my Jeep information on there site and it shows I am not allowed to do trails rated 8 and above. That is fine because I will be far from home. I have a Rubicon,35's,513 gears, winch. Frank
    West rim is scenic and easy. Milts mile is nice also. All of sand hollow is really scenic if you've never been.
    Double sammy is a great trail. Good chance of body damage but has some bypasses on the hard stuff. Would be challenging in a rig on 35s.
    And you can play in the dunes after the run!
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