Do Fordyce instead
Lol you wont make it past the first water crossing, which is about an hour into the trail. Truck would look like a rollover victim even if you could make it through the trail on 33s.
saw that the other day lol
I made 40s disappear there. Definitely have to stay to the left. When i went through that at like midnight this dude dropped his phone into the river so someone called it and you could see it light up a bit then it flew down the river never to be seen again haha.
Did you know what CFM it was flowing at the time?
I've heard 350sh is about the limit. Vehicle weight plays a role in this too.
As well as lift too. If i had a 16 inch lift, and i made it that far without flopping lol i could get through easy. When i got drug through it at night the water came over the hood. No thanks unless its an absolute to get out of there.
Doing the next weekend won't really work with the rest of my plans so it's another trail for me.https://calendar.google.com/calenda...ndar.google.com&ctz=America/Los_Angeles&pli=1
Anytime after the 26th is open. I recommend going on the weekend if you can. If not it makes it a lot more important to have a good crew with you.
Slick rock is also an option, which is near lake alpine. My all time favorite place to camp. The trail is only 2-3 miles long and ive done it in more or less a lifted blazer on 31s lol. Decently challenging for small tire stuff and great seclusion.
Also recommended was the high lakes. I dont know much about it but it seems like a great place.
Doing the next weekend won't really work with the rest of my plans so it's another trail for me.
Fordyce, probably not...
Slickrock probably, the pictures make it look fairly tough with body damage possible.
High lakes seem like a good idea, depends on the difficulty.
If it's hard to get out this way I would totally do the Rubicon and try to go all the way through. Just for the experience and the history of the trail
I was thinking that very thing, I'm going to be camping plenty during the test of my trip, so I should just do the Rubicon for the sake of doing it. It's the Rubicon, the Holy Grail of 4x4 trails, and I may as well do it if I'm going to be there in the area, even if it's going to be crowded with a bunch of Toyota kids.If it's hard to get out this way I would totally do the Rubicon and try to go all the way through. Just for the experience and the history of the trail