Please note that trail conditions are ever changing. Difficulty may increase or decrease due to various factors. This Database only offers a subjective opinion about: 1.) if a crossover is capable of completing the trail 2.) recommended ground clearance.
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Avoid adventuring alone!
bring at least one other person. They will be an extra set of eyes to spot you on tough terrain, or a helping hand in case you find yourself stuck.
Bring extra food and water
The human body can only go for about 3 days without water and 3 weeks without food. Be prepared for a break down!
Stay warm/Stay cool
In the Winter, bring emergency blankets/winter rated sleeping bag. During summer: bring items that will provide shade, like a tarp.
If you use this trail database, I kindly ask that you consider picking up trash. Please don't think of it as a chore, think of it as a contribution. Think of it as a way to exercise and work up an appetite for camp lunch or dinner. Let's all pitch in and be stewards for the outdoors. Thank you!
Suitable for on-road oriented crossovers with reactive part-time AWD systems.
8" of ground clearance and full-time AWD highly recommended.
There's a chance of trail damage, you should have all-terrain tires and skid plates.
10"+ of ground clearance, full-time AWD, trail experience and skilled driving are highly recommended. There is a high chance of trail damage.
NOR CAL, UTAH, NEVADA, ARIZONA will eventually be added!