Jeep hillclimb at Turkey Bay
Some jeeps climbing a washed out hill at Turkey Bay LBL Im not the one doing the filming or most of the talking BTW
Me going up the Ledges at All Wheels
When on a ride with some guys from Maine 4X4 the night before. I did this line that night and made it. This is the first time I had done this line in the day light. Its the easiest line there but its I don't have the torque to do the other line. And don't have any of what I need to the hardest line there.
Offroad @ Mettowee Mud Boggers - Trails
Two Colorados and a Toyota roam the trails after setting up camp and meeting up with the local Jeep Club Adirondack Jeeps.
Mettowee OffRoad Park is located in Granville, NY.
Colorados from forum and truck club:
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