No problem, it's a great book. Provides GPS cord.'s, trail rating and discription, pictures, things to see and where to camp. It also has very good maps for each individual trail. I highly recommend it.
My rig specs
92 xj 4 door
FRONT: RK 3 link front, tbar, steering, 12in bilstein 7100s 4.56 trussed dana 30 aussie locker
REAR: RE 5.5 with boomerangs, mx6 shocks, 4.56 dana 44 aussie locker
Completely stocked from spare hubs, power steering pump, axle shafts, driveline, sensors, belt, and a lot more lol. I like to be prepared.
well im looking for something a little more challenging than what i have been on. Im finally locked front and rear and all the trails i have been on, you dont need front and rear lockers. I have been looking at isham canyon and want to run it. so something similar to that. I have been on our local trail(not much of a rock trail), Last chance, Nightmare, Calico, Hungry Valley area, and some washes that i drove down in the el paso range.
So basically im wanting to go the next step up. I know about the hammers but i am rarely able to go that far. Heck ive been to calico once. I have seen the trails up above fresno and want to run those just havent had the chance yet. Figured id check those out this summer. I typically go to the desert during the winter time and mountains during the warmer months.
I like the desert trails a lot more than mountains. Figure the area from ridgecrest to victorville are and west of there is where im mainly looking for more trails in the area.
For you AJ, I would recommend anything East of the 395, between Bishop and Barstow and focus on the Panamint valley. There's tooonnns of trails / ghost towns / mines in this area and gives you more of the desert trails than mountain trails to play on.
ya i have looked into those a bit and plan on heading out there soon. What type of trails are all out there? Most i have seen are basic trails (although there are a lot of areas to explore out there as well.