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    Quote Originally Posted by VeruGE*144 View Post
    Thatís pretty steep looking. Am still trying to figure out what area of the park that is. Is it to the right after the checkpoint and down the little hill at entry?
    Itís around the back side of the quarry between the quarry and the field. After you climb any of the lines inside of the quarry, you end up on that upper trail, follow that around back.


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    One would be The Gauntlet at Morris Mountain. Hereís a picture of the easy part sadly no pictures of the hard section. It being wet didnít help.
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    Another would be this unnamed trail at Choccolocco. What you canít see in the picture is the undercut rock ledge you have to get up on top of. The way the driver side was set up made it hard to get driver and it ended up with me teetering and having to pull cable


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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    Craziest one for my was Pritchett canyon as a whole but rocker knocker was pretty crazy
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    That was a good one too! I made it up rocker knocker in my TJ but had to winch a bunch of the other stuff on that trail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VeruGE*144 View Post
    For me so far is the rattler waterfall climb at SMORR. It didnít feel too bad although it was pretty steep.
    https://youtu.be/reLe_nQv3MQ
    That is one obstacle that I seen in videos from time to time where itís just hard to believe a Jeep can make it up. You definitely made it look easy walking right up it but Iíve seen others turn it into a cringeworthy scene.


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    Great thread!!
    Quote Originally Posted by VeruGE*144 View Post
    For me so far is the rattler waterfall climb at SMORR. It didnít feel too bad although it was pretty steep.
    https://youtu.be/reLe_nQv3MQ
    That was a crazy one! Really fun to watch you go up it.

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    My craziest obstacle is my wife whenever the Jeep is getting too spendy. Jeep is sending me a badge of honor for my credit card.
    Seriously though, I had an old chevy pickup as a (dumb) teen and somehow thought it would be a good idea to cross a shallow pond with a big hill on the other side. Turns out not so shallow.
    The hood was higher than my shoulders and that ended up just below the water line. Luckiest day ever because I panicked and just floored it, making it across and up the hill without filling the engine with frogs and pond water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Explorer View Post
    My craziest obstacle is my wife whenever the Jeep is getting too spendy. Jeep is sending me a badge of honor for my credit card.
    Seriously though, I had an old chevy pickup as a (dumb) teen and somehow thought it would be a good idea to cross a shallow pond with a big hill on the other side. Turns out not so shallow.
    The hood was higher than my shoulders and that ended up just below the water line. Luckiest day ever because I panicked and just floored it, making it across and up the hill without filling the engine with frogs and pond water.
    I do whatever I can to bypass the ďwifeĒ obstacle. Not even Mel can get through that one.

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    The trail I will never forget was a Little Rock hill in Johnson Valley. It couldn't have been longer than 50 yd but I ended up having to winch twice and I did everything I could to not stick my hand out the window to catch myself from flopping over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saharaunlmtd View Post
    That is one obstacle that I seen in videos from time to time where itís just hard to believe a Jeep can make it up. You definitely made it look easy walking right up it but Iíve seen others turn it into a cringeworthy scene.


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    I was there and, oh it was cringe worthy!


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    I have had a few but 2 most notable both in my old jeep.
    1st pic is somewhere in CO can't remember the trail name but an obstacle called the rock pile. Gave really good photo op but if you start sliding any direction it gets real sketchy.
    2nd is hell's gate in Moab this was my first time going up it and no one in my group had ever done it so I let a spotter from the previous group that just did it spot me up. What I failed to mention was it was a stick shift and my E brake cable snapped the day prior. For those that have done it about 3/4 the way up if you don't want your passenger side tire to come up so high you can stop back up a smidge and turn a little which is what my spotter tried to tell me to do. Last I remember is my tire coming up the spotter yelling for me to stop me yelling back no. All in all it turned out fine and I made it to the top but sucked up a whole lotta seat cushion

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