We have been planning this trip to Utah and Colorado for several month and in this video I show you a brief look at some of the vehicle preparation we did and then my son, a few friends and I travel to Moab, UT to tackle the Top of the World trail. The off-roading in Moab is a amazing and this was a great trail to kick off this trip
In this video we leave Moab, UT and head to the beautiful mountain of Colorado to explore the Ophir Pass trail and tackle the famous Black Bear Pass. Ophir Pass is a short, easy and very scenic trail that you an run in just under 2 hours. Black Bear Pass is a longer and much more challenging trail with a steep hill decent, tight switchbacks and some very narrow sections of trail with sheer cliff to one side. Your technical driving skills will need to be at their best for this trail.
We have had some epic adventures and we really enjoy sharing them with everyone. It's not easy picking a favorite trail or adventure, because our last adventure always seems to be the best one. These are some of the trails that we really loved and think everyone should experience.
We met up with some great folks for a 4 day overland expedition down to Baja California Mexico. We had camped in La Bufadora and Punta Final, tackled several miles of the Baja 1000, ate some great foot, and overcame a few challenges along the way.
The Mojave Road trail is an overlanding adventure that should be on every off-roader's bucket list. The trail itself is easy, but the scenery! From the surreal desolation of being in the middle of nowhere to the amazing monuments, this place is unforgettable. We made this journey with the San Diego Jeep Club and we couldn't have asked for a better group of folks to enjoy this trip with. It rained while we were on the trail, which was refreshing and kept the dust down, but it also made the lake unpassable and threw a wrench in our plans. If you're interested in the Mojave Road trail, check out the video and see what it's like.