SKILL LEVELS

Front and rear tow hooks properly mounted to the frame
are mandatory on all off road runs.

Level 1
Sightseeing
: Obstacles that are easy to navigate. In optimum weather conditions, some of these trails may not require the continual use of four-wheel drive (4WD).
Idea for stock vehicles.
Skid plates recommended.

Level 2
Moderate
: Beginner to moderate driving skills. Trails may have rocks, grades, water crossings, or ruts that make clearance a concern in a normal passenger vehicle.
4WD may be required.
Skid plates and rock rails recommended.

Level 3
Difficult
: Moderate to experienced driving skills. Moderately demanding, you may encounter a wide variety of challenges-- including mud holes, boulders, and stream crossings-- on the trail. 4WD required.
Skid plates and rock rails highly recommended.
Lift recommended.

Level 4
Very Difficult
:
Experienced driving skills. The likelihood of getting stuck is considerably higher. Mud holes here may be deep and rock climbing is more arduous.
4WD required, lockers and/or winching may be needed.
Skid plates and rock rails strongly recommended.
2 to 4 inch lift recommended.

Level 5
Extremely Difficult
:
Experienced driving skills required. Reserved for the most demanding off-highway trip in the country. i.e. The Rubicon Trail.
4WD required, lockers recommended, winching likely.
Skid plates and rock rails mandatory.
3 to 4 inch lift required.

Front and rear tow hooks properly mounted to the frame
are mandatory on all off road runs.