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Thread: Mojave Trail

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    Cool Mojave Trail

    Has anyone drove the Mojave Trail yet?
    We are planning a trip in March or April to drive the 138 mile off road trail. From what I hear the trail is 4 X 4 rated in a couple areas and there are some small wash / creek crossings. I also see that there are deer and upland game critters running about. It looks like good fun. It will be a 2 night, 3 day event. There are quite a few mines, caves and other interesting things along the trail. Some you have to hike back into but it looks like it's worth it.
    I am going with a group that goes every year. After I have done it once with them maybe we can get some GMTC members to strat going out there. Let me know if you are interseted.
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    I wish I could go out on that trail one day!
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    Sounds like fun.
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    The last time my dad took me and my older brothers on the Mojave trail was in 1973, at that time it was accessable all the way through with a 2wd vehicle. I remember seeing a late 60's Impala and a mid 50's Cadillac on the trail with us.
    It used to be a great motorcycle trip, dont know how it is now a days.

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    A friend of mine has been going with his dad for the last few years. He says there are a coue of spots where you should have 4 wheel drive. I don't know how bad it is but I'll let you know when I get back. I am looking forward to scouting for deer and taking some coyotes at night. I hear there are quai and chuckar out there as well.
    Trevor - Huntington Beach, CA
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    Would be quite the trek for me (Missouri) but I'd definitely consider doing some trails at some point if I had a good backup system (others that could offer help and knowledge). If times fall right, I wouldn't mind trying to see if I could work it in.

    Please definitely let us know how things go!
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