This trail is “easy peasy” as my Cumberland Crawlerz buddies told me. A stock Jeep can do it, so my stock Jeep Rubicon had no problems. However there were a few spots that required a careful line, to avoid light scraping.
I dedicate this to an unnamed person in the club. 🙂
Me: “Hey, you told me this was gonna be easy peasy.”
Buddy: “What are you talking about?”
Me: “I gotta pick a line, how can I pick a line and it be easy peasy?”
Buddy: “Uh, how can our hands look like our feet?”
Me: “What are you talking about? How do our hands look like our feet?”
Buddy: “Uhh…hands, feet…hands, feet…”
Me: “Ohhh, you’re starting to worry me.”
Just kidding, this is at most a 2 rating.
Here are some pictures of the parts of the trail that had rocks, most of the trail was just sand and gravel. Maprika seemed to work, but it occasionally tossed up spurious errors, and needed to be reset to pick up where you left off…hallmarks of an iOS app that hasn’t been updated in nearly 10 years.
I’ve got to be honest, this was one of the most fun trails I’ve been on this month. It was beautiful, relaxing, and easy to not get lost.