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It certainly was a nice day to be wheelin'.

Went down with 2 LJ Freaks and a Toy Buggy. Unfortunately the buggy suffered a broken rear T-Case output flange and couldn't be repaired on the trail. We ran into a good group of guys having some fun on the trail as well - got a great photo moment when one of the yota's in the group did a fantastic wheel stand.

The far left line at the exit was denying everyone - so we figured we'd try it... And ultimatley were denied as well. Oh well - sometimes you just have to leave something on the trail to look forward to going back to.

















You can see a ton more pictures in our Gallery here:
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Nice pics David. Thank you.
 

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Great pics!
 

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Looks like you had fun. We almost went down there. The weather looked much better there. We ran Red Elephant over to Bill Moore. The weather was miserable. Sun, snow, wind, heavy snow, one period of white out conditions, and more sun.

Not sure how far I would get without tearing up the vehicle but I would like to try it.
 

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You can always go out the independence route.

It's real easy trail to walk too, making it a great spectator trail. I walked the whole trail, and didn't spend any time in the passenger seat.
 

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You can always go out the independence route.

It's real easy trail to walk too, making it a great spectator trail. I walked the whole trail, and didn't spend any time in the passenger seat.

It gets very confusing down there, there are a total of 4 trails. These trails are all in a fairly small valley, the trail names are Indy, Freedom, Patriot, and Liberty.

Indy is the trail that has the steep ledges and waterfall.

This is the entrance to Indy


This is the Waterfall obsticle. Right before this obsticle is a trail to the right, its called Freedom. Its basically an escape route if you dont want to go down the Waterfall.


This is the last obsticle on the Indy trail.



After this you drop into the valley and make your way to the Patriot and Liberty trails.


This is the entrance to Patriot, you can see the blue jeep below that is aimed toward Liberty.


When you continue going up Patriot you come across a squeeze.


Then you come across A-HOLE


Then Coffin Rock


The Exit

Liberty is like a big boulder field that has alot of slow crawling.

And thats the Independence Trail System. :)
 
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