4-LOW TRAILS are 4x4 routes, often with poorly maintained or non-maintained dirt roads and trails or sections of them. A high-clearance, trail ready 4x4 vechicle with 4-LOW capability is reccomended due to possibly large rocks, deep ruts, very steep hills and/or off-camber sections. These trails may or may not require you to use 4-LOW, but likely have areas or sections where it will be a good idea to do so. (Remember, rain or snow can change everything)
4-HIGH TRAILS are 4x4 routes, often on unimproved and/or poorly maintained dirt roads and trails. A high-clearance 4x4 vechicle is reccomended due to possible rocks, ruts, steep hills and/or off-camber sections. These trails may or may not require you to use 4wd, but have areas or sections where it will be a good idea to do so. (Remember, rain or snow can change everything)
2-WHEEL/ALL WHEEL DRIVE DESTINATIONS are nice drives & destinations, often on improved and well-maintained dirt roads. Some of these are travelable with some cars, and most crossovers or SUVs. A vehicle with moderate clearance such as a crossover or SUV is reccomended as these are still dirt roads and "off the beaten track". These are no places for a Corvette. (Remember, rain or snow can change everything.)
Safety is YOUR resposibility.
NOTE: We are simply describing a 4x4 route OR 2wd destination. We accept no responsibility for your decisions. Off-pavement driving can be great fun but it can also be dangerous. People can get hurt and vehicles can get stuck and/or damaged. Trail & road conditions can, do, and will, change at any time. Road conditions may no longer be accurately reflected in this or any other trail description. Only you can decide what trails or obstacles your experiance and vehicle can safely navigate. When in doubt, turn around. Wheel Safe!!
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